A few years back when I was working on the Marlboro Crazy Mountain ranch I picked up a Wookey Quicksilver. It fit well but I stopped by their 'garage' factory and a wonderful lady fitted it to me changing the waistband to a larger band. The fit is adjustable to the load and angle of slope you're hiking on. The waistband really takes the load. Yop flap and zipper entries makes getting raingear out quick and easy. Good compression strap effect. Easy to strap on tripod, tools, umbrellas, etc. Full review
This pack is comfy and secure. I t holds my entire rack securely and lets me climb. Tons of room, bomber construction, great fit and I'm a large frame 6"2", I have a hard time finding packs that fit well. I love this pack. It's a panel loader so I have access to all my stuff, and its got strong lashing points. Full review
Obsessed with finding top shelf, made-in-USA gear, I happened upon Wookey's name on Backpacker mag's website. Googled it, found a bunch of dealers, then called them all only to find out Wookey doesn't make packs anymore. I found this Couloir by calling a ski shop in Vermont. Size M. Shop threw in an extra size L harness for $25. Weight is about 3 lbs. Construction is heavy-duty and impeccable. Hipbelt has its own HDPE framesheet. Design is sharp and attractive. I've been happy with this pack's customability. Full review
Wookey Backpacks ceased manufacturing packs in 2004. They currently operate as Wookey Design Studio, a contract design business.