Seek Outside Lanner 5400 Backpack Review

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As I drove into the small parking area of the remote trailhead, my friend Jared Lampton stepped out of his vehicle with a grim look on his face. I...

Outdoorsmans Atlas Trainer Review

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I go from two extremes:  One, from almost nonstop summer and fall scouting/hunting in steep backcountry, to another traveling for work where I can’t consistently hit the mountains or...

Rokman Extreme Combo Backpack Review

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“Well, it’s different.”   Those were the words from Ryan Avery who was trying to describe the Rokman packs to me over the phone.  I don’t recall exactly what we...

Stone Glacier Krux EVO 40/56 Pack Review

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It was the season of 2013 when I first strapped a Stone Glacier pack to my back and set off into the mountains for elk, mule deer, and sheep....

Initial Ascent Backpack Review

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I’ve been working with a new backpack company the last few months: Initial Ascent. It’s been fun to see a new company jump into the market and bring fresh...

Seek Outside Peregrine Review

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Seek Outside Peregrine Review by Matt Cashell, Rokslide Prostaff Backpack hunters generally look for excellence in a few categories when choosing a hunting backpack:Weight Load Hauling Capability Comfort Versatile Features ...

Stone Glacier Krux EVO 3300 Review, Part II

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I started using the Stone Glacier Krux EVO 3300 back in May (part I is here).  I've got dozens of days on it now.  No disappointments here.For part II,...

Stone Glacier Krux EVO 3300 Review, Part 1

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Back in February, the Stone Glacier guys fitted me with their Krux EVO 3300 backpack.  I had been contemplating this system as it fits my needs so well. As I...

Kifaru Crater Review

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Kifaru Crater Review By Jordan Budd, Rokslide Prostaff One thing Kifaru does very well is listen to their customers and design new pack additions from user feedback. The new 2018 Crater...

Kifaru Cavern Review

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Kifaru Cavern Review By Tony Trietch, Rokslide Prostaff Ask most any western backpack hunter what they consider their most important pieces of gear and I’d be willing to guess their backpack...