For the magazine’s winter issue, the Kode 38 was reviewed. They said they were “impressed” with how many features the pack provided, and that “it is perfect for the average jaunt into the backcountry”. To see more, click here.
In a posting on SimpleTable.com, the site said that with the Aether series “you are able to load up as much as you need for your trip, while staying comfortable hiking”. To see more, click here.
The site described the packs as “fabulous”, “practical”, and “tough”. To see more, click here.
BikeRadar.com made this statement after spending some time reviewing the pack. They loved the multitude of innovative features found on the pack, and said that this product “soar[s] over other hydration packs”. To see more, click here.
A blogger on TravelDealsReview.net raved about the Meridian and Sojourn series, describing them as “fabulous”, “stylish”, and “durable”. To see more, click here.
A writer on Drillit.tv said he went with an Aether 70 for lugging big loads around and said it was recommended to him by other people he works with. To see more, click here.
The site said the pack was “very easy to pack”, “lightweight”, and “versatile”. To see more, click here.
Speaking on the React pack, the site said that it “is a great daypack that will stand up to lots of wear and tear”. For the Revo, the reviewer took it with her on a nine-week journey across Europe, and said that it was “tough”, “durable”, and had “ample storage”. To see the React review, click here. For the Revo, click here.