Kelty 3100/50 – (50L, one each) Yes, we have the same bag.  So cute, we know. The beauty of this particular bag is that it comes in two torso sizes, which makes it a lot easier to get a good fit.

One small day-pack each (already owned)

Old Navy mini-duffel it folds down super small – this will be Ashley’s non-trekking day bag

Envirosax collapsible shopping bag – We use this all the time as a grocery bag, beach bag, or just to carry our dirty clothes in.  It’s tiny, washable, and probably the most perfect bag we have with us.

Assorted Eagle Creek Packing Cubes – (The half cubes, and the half tubes work best in our packs) and cheap generic stuff sacks to help us stay organized.

Roll Top Dry Gear Bag – nothing is worse than having to put a wet towel or swimsuit in with the rest of your gear.  This bag keeps the wet stuff totally separated without taking up much space on its own. It also works great for protecting sensitive gear when you need to be outside in the rain, or when you’re at the beach and don’t want your things getting super sandy.


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