Travel and Trail

Whether you're hiking, camping, or travelling to the next big adventure, staying active means you need your gear organized and accessible. With the right car racks, backpacks, and rolling duffel bags by brands like Dakine and Yakima, and the best hydration systems from Camelbak you'll be ready to give up your gym membership and go outside.

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"Love it"

This bottle is everything you want it to be. It does just what it promises keeps drinks hot for at least six hours, and I used on the beach in direct sun at 100 degrees and the ice in my drink remained frozen for over 3 hours. My friend used hers in a cooler climate and her ice remained frozen overnight. It also looks good. Would definitely recommend. Customer service at Peter Glenn far surpasses all expectations.

Posted by AnnieF from Kent UK on 09/22/2014 - 10:17pm
"Precisely advertised"

This Camelback valve is the exact replacement of the valve I had (and my 2 year old bit holes in it)

Posted by jb from Arkansas on 09/01/2014 - 1:37pm
"Perfect for the price"

My 15 year old son wanted a camelbak for running and biking. I got him this one for his birthday and it is perfect. He really likes how the nozzle zips into the strap and there is a pocket for his phone and keys. Definitely recommend.

Posted by Daphne L. from Charlotte, NC on 08/15/2014 - 9:47pm
"Great product and good service"

I bought this backpack for my granddaughter and she loves it.

Posted by Texas Shopper from Texas on 08/14/2014 - 9:25am
"It's worth the $"

I received this Hydro Flask bottle as a gift and love it so much I'm gifting it to everyone. As long as you close the lid your coffee stays as hot as when you poured it for hours. Do not add much ice because it does not melt. Love this bottle.

Posted by stacy bernas from nc on 08/06/2014 - 10:02pm
"As advertised"

This is a fabulous backpack, can't wait to have an occasion to actually pack it with me. I only have one concern, which is that I've been carrying my bike lock in it when I'm on my bike, and I think some of the threads are starting to pull apart, meaning this backpack is not meant to carry anything heavy.

Posted by astrid71 from Portland OR on 07/29/2014 - 2:03pm
"Adjustable shoulder straps don't work for small back"

If you have a small back frame there is a huge gap between the straps and the shoulders which causes the weight to be pulling on the upper back

Posted by Not adjustable shoulder straps from Orlando on 05/22/2014 - 9:06pm
"Great product"

Cost more but is high quality. You get what you pay for. This ski bag has all the features you'll want and need. Ruggedly built to take the rough baggage handlers. Numerous handles and good wheels. I just used it coast to coast with stops and plane changes. The straps for tie down kept everything in place. I put my skis, poles, all my ski clothing pants jacket base layers etc and helmet and gloves and goggles as well as a pair of street shoes and shaving kit. My ski boots made it over weight.

Posted by David Waters from United States on 03/21/2014 - 9:51am
"Love the bag! my extra long board fitted perfectly"

Love the bag! My 147cm long board fitted perfectly! Nice & strong material. Received the order quickly.

Posted by Gaby from Miramar, FL on 03/19/2014 - 6:52pm
"Great bag that addressed everything I needed"

Most ski bags are just too large which makes it difficult to get them into the back of a rental car and difficult to wheel depending on your height. This Transpack ski bag is 165cm length which is perfect for my 163cm skis. This bag also has a padded interior divider, straps for the skis, straps for the poles, and very important - compression straps around the outside of the bag to keep everything tight. It also has a great padded handle to pull when being wheeled. So far this bag handled a trip out west very well via airline travel and I'm looking forward to plenty more with it. I actually packed up my skis and both my kids skis in it. I used the hard case method of securing the bindings up with a rubber band and laying them bindings inwards. Then packed the 3rd set of skis along either side and it worked great.

Posted by thwaites from NJ on 03/04/2014 - 12:48pm