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Topo Klettersack

Sometimes you don't need a bag with myriad interior pockets — you just need a bag that will keep your stuff safe and dry. A bag like the Topo Klettersack ($140). Featuring a 1000d Cordura exterior in black, duck camo, olive, silver, or khaki, an inner compartment lined entirely in coated pack cloth, heavy-duty straps, an interior drawstring closure, a zippered top pocket, and military-spec hardware, it'll carry whatever you need like a champ.

  • The North Face Flyweight Rucksack

    Just because you're carrying several pounds of gear doesn't mean your bag has to weigh a nearly equal amount. The North Face Flyweight Rucksack ($50) weighs less than 13 oz. thanks to a lightweight ripstop nylon build and can be stuffed completely into an interior pocket when not in use, yet can still handle up to 25 liters of stuff, organized with various pockets and straps, and carried on your happy shoulders by dual Airmesh straps. Pack heavy, travel light.

  • Ralph Lauren RLX Solar Panel Backpack

    If you asked us to name a company pushing a backpack capable of charging our iPhones, iPods, and other goodies using only the power of the sun, Ralph Lauren would have been near the end of the list. Yet, here we are, taking about the Ralph Lauren RLX Solar Panel Backpack ($800). While it's not cheap — nor is that a surprise — it does offer a large solar panel that can charge a phone in two to three hours, plenty of pockets, water-resistant construction, and comfy shoulder straps that keep you from being constantly reminded about that solar panel on your back.