Outgear

Outgear is no longer in business.

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rucksack

rated 5 of 5 stars My family had one of these great packs over the last couple of decades. It took a battering from myself and my three brothers through kinder, primary and high school. The canvas looks a bit worse for wear these days and the chunky YKK zip is not as smooth as it used to be, nevertheless it's still taken out on occasions. Secondhand models can still be found, Holiak appear to have a few ex-hire rucksacks. Otherwise One Planet has a decent range of canvas packs, but I'll need another 20 years to give… Full review

rucksack

rated 5 of 5 stars Hi. i just had to post this. I'm 52 and I bought a little red one compartment pack "Outgear" "Down to Earth Products" when I was 22. Mainly use for bikes and bushwalking The thing is 30 years old and still fine! Zip, everything. Made of light canvas. Most cheapies break in months. Truly awesome product-pity Outgear seems to have closed down-if anyone knows where I can buy another, let me know. Should see me out! Paul Full review

Daintree

rated 5 of 5 stars Outgear has been made under the One Planet name now for some time. I have had a MacMillan now for years and it is brilliant. Very rugged and still in their lineup after about 15 years, maybe more. Sorry guys but the US type packs just aren't as rugged or as comfortable and they just don't last like these packs. Sorry, but it's true. Full review

Daintree

rated 5 of 5 stars Outgear "made" great great stuff, among the finest. Their packs for day and extended walking are tough, well designed, well made and comfortable to wear. I've used Outgear stuff for 20 years. It's a real shame Ourgear is no longer producing stuff. Full review

rucksack

rated 5 of 5 stars Outgear make a great pack. mine is 13-yrs-old and still in good condition. Full review

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