Over the years, I've bought a lot of backpacks. Everything from back-to-school basics to external frame Boy Scout bags. At the moment, I have a houseful handful. But I use them all the time. When I walk to work. Or ride a motorcycle. During the week they're full of food, gym clothes, laptops and camera lenses. On the weekend, when I plan to spend all day at the ocean, I pack a change of clothes, a couple of cold ones, a camera and whatever my woman wants. I am also of the opinion that more shit should be made in the States. And that you should buy said shit. So when I stumbled upon Topo Designs, a Colorado company making bags and backpacks, I was, as you might expect, rather excited.

The Klettersack is Topo Designs biggest backpack, measuring 12″ wide x 19″ high x 6″ deep. It is made from 1000D Cordura and features leather lash tabs, heavy duty hardware, shoulder straps reinforced with seatbelt webbing, an inner drawstring closure, laptop sleeve and zippered top pocket.

Like all of their bags and backpacks, the Klettersack is made in a LEED certified building right here in the United States. It retails for $149 and is available in black, duck camo, olive, silver, navy and kelly green.

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