The Best Gear for Travel
Pack Hacker is a resource for the lightest, best looking, and most functional travel gear.
How to Make the Most of Merino Wool Travel Clothing
From t-shirts & sweaters to underwear & socks—Merino wool is soft, naturally breathable, & stink resistant, making it a magical fabric for travel.
How to choose the best carry-on travel backpack for you
Pack Hacker’s minimalist guide on selecting the best carry-on one bag travel backpack for you. We share the most important principals for selecting a pack.
Tested Travel Gear
Micro Puff by Patagonia
The Patagonia Micro Puff is an ultralight jacket that is incredibly packable and has one of the best warmth to weight ratios we’ve seen.
Subterra 34L by Thule
Want a one bag travel backpack that functions just as well as a daypack? The Thule Subterra 34L may just be the pack you’re looking for.
Daylite16 Packable Daypack by Matador
The Matador Daylite16 is an ultralight, ultra-compressible daypack that can hold a laptop and more. It may just be the perfect companion to your larger travel bag.
Classic Sandals by Bedrock
The Bedrock Classic Sandals are ultralight, minimal pieces of footwear, and they’ll stay on your feet if you’re running on sand, swimming in the sea, or paddling down a stream.
Toast Backpack by Skyseen
Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? No, this is a toast backpack. And it’s the only bag you’ll ever need. (Hint: Originally published April 1st, 2018)
All-Conditions Essentials Pocket by Bellroy
The All-Conditions Essentials Pocket from Bellroy offers some handy organization in a slick, well-crafted package that has a handful of use-cases.