Camp Trails

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Wilderness (Internal)

rated 4 of 5 stars Had this pack for many years. Super comfortable which is why I purchased it. Full review

Adjustable II

rated 5 of 5 stars Camp Trails is the under-rated champion of solid, versatile backpacks. The Adjustable II lives up to the Camp Trails U.S.-made tradition of reliability and ruggedness. Two, 20"-long, zippered, vertical pouches on either side of the main compartment are ideal for fly and tent poles in one, tent body and pegs in the other. An extender bar is made (maybe hard to get, now?) so that you can lash your pad horizontally to it, over the main compartment. The main compartment is only a single space (no separator),… Full review

Explorer

rated 4 of 5 stars Solid, moderately light weight, and tons of organization options. If you pack intelligently, this pack is more than capable of hauling your bug infested, soggy footed, what do you mean there's no more trail mix- self over, through, and around anything under 10,000 ft elevation. I've had the pack since my 2nd year of Boy Scouts and I'm 30 now, and this pack has seen it all from the bayou, :to the rockies CO, black hills SD, AT through hike, Poconos, PA, and many more. Awesome pack for weekends to… Full review

Wilderness (External)

rated 5 of 5 stars Pack carries well. Carried up to 60 lbs. in the mountains. No problems. I am 5' 7" tall; the pack has alot of adjustments so it would fit most anyone. Carries well with 60 lbs of supplies for week long trip. Lots of pockets to keep things organized.  Had no problems on trail or off. Very stable. Bought about 15 years when my son started in Boy Scouts. Still carries well, no broken zippers or ties. Full review

Catskill

rated 3 of 5 stars A decent internal frame pack for less than $100 that's lasted just over a decade. Definitely not a good choice for those who want to travel lightly, but good for extended trips or packing all the luxuries for the weekend. Fit: It's made for people with long torsos like myself, but getting the adjustment right is a bit of a challenge. Once you finally find the sweet-spot that keeps you comfortable all day, don't mess with a thing. Comfort: The straps putting a lot of pressure on my shoulders has… Full review

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Backstory

Camp Trails is owned by Johnson Outdoors, the same parent company as Eureka! tents. Camp Trails products are no longer sold in the United States, but are sold in Europe. 

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Contact

Camp Trails
625 Conklin Road
Binghamton, NY 13903
USA

phone: (800) 345-7622

website: www.camptrails.com
email: camping@johnsonoutdoors.com