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Mentor Storage Sacs

rated 5 of 5 stars I used Innate's Mentor Storage Sacs during my thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail thru-hike in 2011, and have used them on every backpacking trip since. With their iconic air-valve, no storage sac is so easy to close, which when rolling and unrolling multiple times per day accounts for a lot of saved time and hassle. I used Innate's Mentor Storage Sacs during my thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail thru-hike in 2011, and have used them on every backpacking trip since. With their iconic air-valve, no… Full review

Outdoor Travel Towel

rated 5 of 5 stars This lightweight towel saves you room and dries quickly. No need for a big bulky beach towel to take all the room in your pack. Perfect for world travel or a quick weekend trip into the backcountry. Full review

Motus V2

rated 3.5 of 5 stars An elegantly designed, high quality water bottle with a bit of an identity crisis: it claims at least one backcountry feature, but it is more at home in the car on the morning commute or in the boardroom than in the wilderness. The first question that popped in my head when I saw this water bottle was this.  Backcountry . . . Or boardroom? Initial Impressions When I first opened the Motus V2, I knew immediately that it was a quality product from a manufacturer that attends to detail. The brushed… Full review

MC2

rated 5 of 5 stars Well designed, well made by an ethical company, versatile and stylish. What more could you ask for? Our go-to for all our lunches at the ski hill. The container is secure, sleek and the microwavable lid make it perfect for heating up almost anything. We always keep one in the car for the dog's water. Love, love, love the versatility of this container. Our friend even has one rigged to his snowmobile to keep his lunch warm when getting into the backcountry. Get one...hell, get three! You will use… Full review

Aqueduct Water Systems

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a useful water storage collapsable container for alpine climbers, backpackers, rafters, surfers, or large group campling trips. Disclaimer: Although I received this product for free from Innate, this review is independently written. I have used the Innate Aqueduct Water Transporter on a number of camping, climbing, and river trips in the last year. It is very well made and the only durability concerns I have seen are the glued/welded seam on the bottom. I haven’t had any leaks, however I… Full review

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Congratulations, Trailspace's 2013 Top Reviewers
Congratulation to Trailspace's top reviewers of 2013! Meet the individuals most recognized by fellow community members for their helpful, informative gear reviews. Read more
January 20

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Congratulations, JD Tanner! For sharing a review of your The North Face Casimir backpack, you've won a package of outdoor and travel gear worth $300, thanks to Innate. Read more
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