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The North Face Flyweight Rucksack

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.

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    When you're living the life of a sailor, you don't have a lot of time for unnecessary things. Which explains why the A.P.C. Sailor's Duffel Bag ($200) offers only the essentials. Like a rugged canvas body, drawstring closure, adjustable leather strap, and a leather bottom with metal feet. Because when you wake up late and leave port in an hour, there's little time to wonder which pocket item X is in.

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