Europeans have been getting FjällRäven’s hardcore gear for years, but the Swedish brand is just now bringing it stateside. The Kajka 75 swallows enough gear for a week in the backcountry, and offers easy adjustability. Plus: Its birch frame is as strong and light as aluminum, yet produces a 98 percent smaller carbon footprint. [$400; fjallraven.us]
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