Category: Jansport

  • Jansport Eichorn pack

    Looking for a load-hauler that will get you through the summer and still be ready to rock and roll for ski season? Jansport's got a little somethin'-somethin' for ya. The Eichorn is part of Jansport's Cloudripper series of do-it-all technical outdoor packs. It's a bit of a porker, but you make it back with all-day comfort, […]

  • Jansport Salish backpack

    Ever since Jansport hooked up with Ed Viesturs a few years back they've produced some really nice packs like the Ascent 52 and the Tahoma. On the quirkier side comes the Salish, a 3.5lb crossover pack that makes some odd design choices. We call it a crossover pack because although it's light and relatively small […]

  • Jansport Ascent 52 pack

    Jansport's technical packs deserve more attention than they get, and the Ascent 52 is a worthy contender in the 52L/3200ci category of alpine climbing packs, weighing in at a respectable 3lb 9oz for the size regular. The top lid unclips to save a few ounces, but the beefy plastic framesheet has to stay in to support the harness. […]

  • Jansport Tahoma pack

    Jansport has been quietly making some nice little – and not-so-little - backcountry packs for a while now. The Tahoma is an alpine-flavored 75L/4,600ci pack that weighs in at just 4lb 4oz with plenty of features. Dual ice axe loops with rip-and-stick keepers, dual water bottle pockets, zippered mesh pocket on the hip belt and even […]