From a San Diegan who made his first pack as a Boy Scout and somehow perfected his trade in the haze of the '70s, these state-of-the-art load-bearers range from day packs to trekking monstrosities with customizable fits, down to a proprietary belt system that adjusts based on the wearer's hip angles, which Huey Lewis insists must be 90 degrees.
Tie-Dye Tailmate Barefoot: This nylon/poly hip-hugger's been renamed for those who wish to run around Burning Man completely naked without having to shame themselves by saying "fanny pack".
The Pacific Beach Duffel: Based on Mr. Gregory's early designs, this cotton/poly piece rocks tanned leather details, steel hardware, and an adjustable strap, perfect for a quick trip to the place where Aztecs go to sacrifice their dignity.
The Cache 22: Fit to fly with the Minderbinder Syndicate, this carry-on-friendly guy's outfitted with a roll-cage chassis so goods will lay flat and protected, an extendable handle, and a front padded sleeve pocket to house the 15in laptop you're planning on selling to the Germans
The Z55: Exactly 27 better than a Camaro, this wanderlusting beast comes loaded with moisture-wicking harnesses, quick-access side pockets, two hydration ports, and a completely removable top -- which you expect of anything or anyone you put up with riding your back all day long.
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