Blister reviews the Raide LF 40L backpack

Raide LF 40L Backpack

Raide is the newest player in the ultralight snowsports category and their first product, the LF 40L backpack, is a very interesting initial offering. Check out our First Look for more on this UHMWPE (aka, Dyneema) pack and the brand behind it.
Dylan Wood reviews the Camelback M.U.L.E. 14 Pro 100 oz for Blister

Camelbak M.U.L.E. Pro 14 100 oz

Camelbak is a very well-known name when it comes to hydration packs, and the M.U.L.E. name has been in their lineup since the ‘90s. This experience definitely shows in the M.U.L.E. Pro 14 100 oz, and it has a generous feature set and storage space that could work for a lot of riders.
Blister Mountain Bike Review Hip Pack Roundup 2021

Hip Pack Roundup — 2021

Hip packs have gone from being an ironic fashion throwback to a commonly accepted mountain bike accessory, but they now come in all shapes and sizes. We’ve been testing six options, from ultra-minimalist to quite roomy, and here you can check out how they compare and which would work best for you.
Kieran Nay reviews the Nathan VaporSwift 4L Race Vest for Blister

Nathan VaporSwift 4L Race Vest

While many aspects of running are less expensive than other, more gear-intensive sports, running vests can be quite pricey. But the VaporSwift 4L is Nathan's take on a more affordable, yet still race-ready running vest — check out our review to see how it compares to its higher-end competition.
Luke Koppa reviews the EVOC Capture 7L Camera Pack for Blister in Crested Butte, Colorado.

EVOC Capture 7L Camera Pack

For those who like to ride bikes and take pictures on the trail, you're often left with the choice of slugging around a bulky backpack or leaving your camera gear vulnerable. The EVOC Capture 7L Camera Pack aims to solve that dilemma, offering camera protection and storage in the form of a compact, breathable hip pack. Check out our review of this impressive, purpose-built product.
Luke Koppa reviews the Gregory Targhee 32 for Blister in Crested Butte, Colorado.

Gregory Targhee 32

We spent most of this past season skiing with Gregory’s recently revised Targhee 32 backpack and think it’s an excellent option for a do-it-all snowsports pack, and it’s also worth a look for photographers who spend time sliding on snow. Check out our review.
Paul Forward and Luke Koppa review the Scott Patrol E1 30 avalanche airbag backpack for Blister

Scott Patrol E1 30 Avalanche Airbag Backpack

Blister reviewer Paul Forward has used a *lot* of different avalanche airbag systems, and the electric Alpride / Scott E1 system is his current favorite. Check out our review of the Scott Patrol E1 30 pack for his take on both the backpack itself and the E1 airbag system.
David Golay reviews the High Above Lookout Pack for Blister.

High Above Lookout Hip Pack

Fanny / hip packs have been making a resurgence, and are no longer limited to 90’s throwback parties or dads on vacation. We’ve been using the High Above Lookout pack, made with modern, technical materials in Bellingham, Washington, and you can check out our full review for more.
Sam Shaheen reviews the Arc'teryx Alpha SK 32 Backpack for Blister

Arc’teryx Alpha SK 32 Backpack

This year Arc'teryx released a very minimalist backcountry ski / snowboard pack. So, how does the new Alpha SK 32 compare to more traditional options, and what do you gain and lose by going with this fast-and-light pack?