Backpacks and Accessories Cottonwood AZ

Depending upon the nature of your excursion, you will need to ensure that your backpack is right for the occasion. Explore our vast collection of backpacks at Nomadik.com!

Page Springs Vineyard & Cellars
(928) 639-3004
1500 N Page Springs
Cornville, AZ
 
Best Western Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creeks
(928) 282-4001
400 N State Route
Sedona, AZ
 
Amara Resort & Spa
(928) 282-4828
100 Amara
Sedona, AZ
 
Sedona Heritage Museum
(928) 282-7038
735 Jordan
Sedona, AZ
 
Sedona Super 8 Motel
(928) 282-1533
2545 W State Route
Sedona, AZ
 
Verde Canyon Railroad
(623) 374-3185
300 N. Broadway
Clarkdale, AZ
 
Lodge at Sedona - A Luxury B&B Inn
(928) 204-1942
125 Kallof Place
Sedona, AZ
 
Day In The West
(928) 282-4320
252 N State Route 89A
Sedona, AZ
 
Snap Fitness - Sedona Village of Oak Creek
(928) 284-1605
35 Bell Rock
Sedona, AZ
 
SedonaFit
(928) 284-3483
1835 W State Route
Sedona, AZ
 

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Transforming outdoor life enthusiasts into modern-day Sherpas

Whether you're on a day trek, climbing a mountain or wandering the desert for 40 days, the right pack can make the journey seem shorter and lighter. The wrong pack? Well, as The Beatles said, “Boy, you're gonna carry that weight a long time.”

Once your outdoor adventure is underway, you and your pack will be inseparable most days, so make sure you take the time to choose this travel companion wisely. When looking for a pack, consider

  • Accessibility: Look for an easy-to-pack model and with outer compartments for items you might need along the trail.
  • Material: Lightweight materials are a must, but also look for packs that are strong, durable, tear-resistant and waterproof. Large zippers and strong double-stitched seams are other features to consider.
  • Fit: These aren't one-size-fits-all gear. Some are designed specifically to fit the female physique, while others simply fit your torso length.
  • Frame: Do you want a pack with an internal or external frame ?

Looking for the right pack? We've listed the main kinds of backpacks to head you in the right direction:

  • Daypacks : These range from your standard daypack designed for school kids to specialized models with hydration packs for mountaineers and skiers. Of course, there's something for everyone in between.
  • Alpine packs : Lightweight and sleek, these won't hold you back when you're scaling the side of a mountain. Most have external compartments for picks, ropes and other climbing essentials. Hydration units are another useful feature for climbers.
  • Backpacking backpacks : While the name sounds redundant, these packs are a must-have. With a variety of pockets, sizes, shapes and features, there's something for every hiker, camper and day tripper. Made for comfort more than agility, these are designed for hikers more than climbers or skiers.
  • Expedition packs / travel packs : Made for the long haul, these are...

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