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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User Reviews of Products

"Disappointed"

I bought this Hydro Flash bottle because of it's promise to keep beverages warm. I was very disappointed when I went to drink my very hot coffee after just about 45 minutes to find out that it wasn't hot at all.

Posted by Disappointed from Orlando on 03/02/2015 - 2:25pm
"Bag is 120L"

This is the only website that has the correct dimensions, including the K2 site. The bag comes with a tag that says 120L right on it.

Posted by Mike from NY on 02/10/2015 - 6:55pm
"Works Great"

I used this Camelbak backpack in mild conditions three times while skiing. It did not freeze (I would not expect it to because it was not that cold). It fits well and does not roll off the shoulders like my earlier version. It is easy to fill and empty. Seems like quality and I would recommend it.

Posted by Cris B from Coral Springs on 02/02/2015 - 3:10pm
"Great bag so far"

This Burton bag is just as described on the site. I wanted something with a little more padding since I was traveling via plane with my board. It is thicker than other bags I have seen. I got the 156 size and my board is 150. Fits the board just right with room for my boots, pants, jacket, small backpack but not much else. I am okay with that though.

Posted by sasanfrancisco from California on 01/28/2015 - 1:32pm
"Great bag"

This Transpack bag is great for a petite 8 year old. However, I wish it had a bit more room in the interior area for more gear. I love that the boot pockets are separate.

Posted by Ski Mom from Durango, CO on 01/19/2015 - 3:35pm
"Happy with Transpack XT pro"

I liked everything about this Transpack boot bag. A large Helmet fits tightly before boots go in, not after boots go in. It has great zippers and workmanship. When I need room for change of clothes, I fasten helmet to the outside of the bag and have ample space. After hiking the parking lots at Killington with this bag on my back I was glad I purchased it. At one point I stumbled on ice and recovered without falling, my old boot bag would have thrown my balance off and laid me down!

Posted by Ski Bum Stu from Upstate New York on 01/19/2015 - 8:13am
"Love it! "

We made the investment in our own ski gear and wanted to minimize the chance of it getting damaged when we ship it. The Sportube accomplishes that and more!

Posted by Sam from Atlanta on 01/18/2015 - 9:12pm
"It does the job, but could use a helmet compartment"

The first time I used this Transpack bad was as a carry-on for a plane trip, it did not fit into the overhead compartment. I had packed my helmet at the bottom of the bag which kept the boot toes spread apart resulting in the bag being too large for the space. On the return trip I packed the helmet toward the top and the bag fit fine. My wife has a K2 bag with a fabric flap/compartment that keeps the helmet near the top of the bag avoiding this problem. Now that I know how to pack it for plane travel I am sure the bag will serve me well for many years.

Posted by Mike Ski from Massachusetts on 01/17/2015 - 10:14am
"Nice Bag"

I really like this Transpack boot bag, but it is hard to wedge my helmet down inside. What good is a bag if you can't even get your helmet in! A little room left over for an extra apres ski hat, spare socks and my crunched up ski pants in the top!

Posted by skigirl from New Hampshire on 01/13/2015 - 4:37pm
"Nice Bag, though I wish it had more pockets"

This Rossignol bag is very nice, it seems to be built with strong seams, good zipper etc. But I wish it had more pockets to separate goggles, gloves and other gear. Overall good bag for the price and it looks really good.

Posted by Trent from United States on 12/15/2014 - 12:51pm