Back packs in both standard and hydration back pack style for those long adventures. We also have casual style back packs for school etc.
PAUL in NC
I've used the MSR Roost Pak for about 7 years. My first one was finally showing some wear and tear and a friend got me a new one. I've mounted the pack on a Fox Airframe (required drilling a few holes for the zip-ties - a template for the holes is included with the pack) and a Leatt Pro 5.5 (no drilling required). The pack is durable and well designed and it keeps items I access often in a place where it's easy to get to them.Read All Reviews
mitch in Utah
The plastic fastener on the waist belt broke almost out of the box taking all of the belt adjustment out of it. The belt is designed so that it fastens on the side right over the hip bone, the most uncomfortable place it could be. Backpackers know that the majority of the weight of a pack should be carried on the hips. With a broken fastener and poor belt fastener placement you end up carrying all of the weight on your shoulders making for increased rider fatigue. I would not buy another one of these unless some major design changes were made.Read All Reviews