The Uyuni Duffel isn’t a traditional pack. Designed for adventure with features that back it up, the pack has 5 grab handles, an expandable/collapsible laundry bag, a padded laptop compartment, and a huge main compartment with a wide opening zipper that allows for easy access to everything inside. Spoiler: This is one of my favorite pieces of gear ever. … More The Cotopaxi Uyuni 46L Duffel is my new essential
Part of their (Re)Purpose collection, the Tarak is a lightweight hiking backpack made from the remnants of other companies product runs, giving new life to fabrics that would otherwise be tossed away. As mentioned above, the Tarak backpack is part of Cotapaxi’s Del Dia line and produced almost entirely of leftover material from other products’ … More Cotopaxi Tarak 20L Backpack Review
Cotopaxi is a relative newcomer to the gear scene, but that doesn’t stop them from producing excellent gear and making a difference while doing it. The Teca Windbreaker is an ultralight, modern styled windbreaker that aids a good cause while providing protection from the elements. Built from repurposed, DWR finished, 20D ripstop nylon, the Teca … More Cotopaxi Teca Windbreaker Review
Cotopaxi is not only producing quality gear, they’re also donating at least 10% of their sales to humanitarian causes. Here is the Luzon 18, one of their offerings; An ultra-lightweight daypack with an emphasis on build quality and storage capacity. You can find more information about their packs, and the causes they support by checking … More Cotopaxi Luzon 18, backpack for a cause.