Category: Bags / Packs

Sarma Custom Made: Q&A

Sarma Custom Made Torba Sling bag interview designer coyote foliage

The Perfect Pack’s Jon recently had a long distance conversation with Boris Fridman, owner and lead designer of Sarma Custom Made, based in Haifa, Israel.  He has had a long-term involvement with both the military and civilian pack market there, and recently expanded Sarma’s capabilities with a new, full-spectrum workshop.  Although his enterprise is currently

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Arc’teryx Granville Zip 16: Review

Arcteryx Granville 2 backpack review front view dead bird logo natural light

Brand Introduction If you’ve ever climbed a mountain, gone on a hike, or even just gone to an outdoor store, the name Arc’teryx is as ubiquitous as it is hard to spell. Known for high quality and equally high prices, Arc’teryx is a Canadian brand that was inspired by the need for durable technical gear

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HEX Supply Signal Backpack: Review

Brand Introduction If you haven’t heard of HEX, you’re probably exactly like I was until the day their Signal backpack showed up on my doorstep. HEX is brand with their roots in the Southern California fashion scene. Originally founded by musicians and designers Dan Maravilla and Trent Valladares, the HEX brand is much more urban-chic

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Attitude Supply ATD1: Review

Attitude Supply ATD1 Backpack Review outside profile

Brand Introduction Attitude Supply is a travel/lifestyle brand, started in Milan, Italy in 2012. They started out producing clothes but designer Michele’s love of travel meant they quickly moved onto packs. Their first carry option, named the ‘Packsack,’ was a simple drawstring design, but Michele’s skills grew, producing a series of ever-more-capable bags. Their newest

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EVERGOODS MPL30: Review

EVERGOODS MPL 30 backpack side profile shot

Brand Introduction The last few months have been a time of great Kickstarter hype. Boundary Prima System, Remote Equipment ALPHA 31, and Evergoods have been promising high-quality, backer-funded bags and as their campaigns have closed and backers have (not so) patiently played the waiting game, we’re finally getting to see some of these guys deliver.

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