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Luggage, Travel Clothing & Accessories

Luggage, Travel Clothing & Accessories
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REI Co-op Windbreakers

The REI Co-op is a great outlet to buy clothing and gear for outdoor activities. Their retail stores have sales staff who are outdoor enthusiasts and know their products. The online store provides an extensive selection and good explanations of each item. It’s partially owned by its members, which you

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Osprey Stratos Backpack

Osprey, based in Cortez, Colorado, is a recognized leader in high quality backpacks. They have a wide selection for almost any outdoor activity and provide a lifetime warranty. I’ve owned the Stratos 24 which is ideal for day hikes or multiday treks with light loads. There are many sizes of

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Tumi Backpack with Wheels

Over a decade ago, I decided to buy a backpack with wheels from Tumi, a company known for its extremely well-made luggage. It was a hard decision, because it cost $400, which was astronomical for someone who regularly bought backpacks from Army surplus stores for about a tenth of the

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