I was once the only one in my family to have a backpack.
My father, a backpacker himself, gave me a few of his vintage poly packs in the 1980s, and it was his way of saying, “Don’t buy something you can’t use.”
But I’m not going to complain about that now.
I have an 18-pack of poly packs, a handful of pack camping bags, and a few other essentials I use in every single camping trip.
And it’s not just that my family doesn’t have a ton of camping gear; it’s that my friends and family don’t either.
They don’t even have a tent.
I used to have my camping gear in a backpack, but now it’s a piece of junk that sits on my desk.
I washes it off and put it away when I leave work, and I use it for a couple of days before I throw it away.
But it’s really frustrating because, while I know that my dad did all that for me, he still hasn’t given me an easy way to get my gear home safely.
There are many options for packing and transporting a pack, and even if you can afford a high-end pack, you can get the same backpack and camping gear you need with a little effort.
Here are the basics to pack and transport your pack.
The best camping backpack for the price While there are lots of backpack options available for the money, the best camping pack for the dollar is probably the poly pack.
It’s cheap, lightweight, and packs well.
It also packs well, so it’s easy to put together and move around.
Poly packs pack in a way that helps them stay dry and keep the air out of the backpack while you’re camping.
They’re also incredibly durable, meaning they’ll hold up well even in a rainstorm.
The most popular poly pack models come in two sizes: small and medium.
The medium is ideal for most backpacking trips because it’s much smaller than the larger size and weighs less than half as much.
A poly pack is a great backpack to buy when you’re looking for a smaller pack, but if you’re going to be out camping, or just want something that’s a bit smaller, try out the smaller version.
The small poly packs are about as light as a standard backpack, and the medium is lighter and heavier than the large size, but still packs well with little effort and is easier to pack up and move.
There’s also a pack version of the poly that’s about a third smaller and less expensive.
But, for a more lightweight option, check out the $60-80 poly packs from Campsby, which also pack well but are smaller.
The smallest poly pack pack is made of nylon that’s easy for you to move around and has a few features like zippers and drawcords that let you carry them in your pocket.
These poly packs will keep your gear dry and dry fast, and they’re the cheapest option.
They’ll also be the most expensive because they weigh more than $100 each.
But that’s not a problem if you like the look of a pack.
They can be used as a travel backpack or a pack for long hikes.
The large poly pack comes in sizes that will fit most people’s backs, but they’re also the most portable and lightweight.
And while they’re lighter, they’re a lot more durable than the poly versions, so you can go camping with them in an emergency.
Pack camping bags are great for smaller trips If you’re a backpacking beginner, a pack camping bag is perfect for your backpacking plans.
It can pack down to just over 2 pounds and holds up well in the rain.
If you need to pack around for longer trips, like a long hike, you’ll want a smaller poly pack to fit your backpack.
The poly packs also pack up really well, making them ideal for long trips.
I use the small poly pack and my boyfriend’s large pack as the backpack for many of our trips.
And we’ve had no problems with packing it up, because we know that it’s going to stay dry while we’re hiking and camping.
I also love the way it’s made, since the bag can be folded up and put away.
It has a lot of pockets, and if you need more space, you’re welcome to buy the larger version, which is just as large and heavy.
And since we both like the looks of poly bags, we’ve bought them together.
Both are very comfortable to carry, and both packs have zippers so you don’t have to fumble around for them when packing up.
For a lot less than a pack and a half, you could get a pack that is both lightweight and packs pretty well.
But for a lot, a large poly bag and a small poly bag will be your go-to bag for camping.