For Women Who DO.



Deuter Helion 80

The Deuter Helion 80 ($289) is a cavernous, big-gear hauling wheeled Sherpa for travel on land, air and sea. How I used it: Air travel for a four-day ski trip: Packed ski boots, ski pants, gloves, helmet, goggles, socks, baselayers, usual… Continue Reading →

Deuter Airlite 26L: Is it more than just a daypack with a little yellow flower?

I’ve decided to go in another direction with my review of the Deuter Airlite 26 SL. Rant first about women-specific gear, review last. I’m suspicious of women-specific gear So much of the outdoor industry’s spin on women-specific gear feels like… Continue Reading →

Deuter Futura Vario SL Women’s Fit Pack

  I was excited to try this pack because it looked like a bigger version of the Spectro AC, which I loved. I asked to try it to take advantage of the great fit of the Spectro and the larger… Continue Reading →

Deuter Spectro and Cruise Packs

I’m going to add a new tag in the menu to the right called “Encouraging Signs,” because this year’s batch of gear has been so very encouraging. When I started this site in 2005 (in a different iteration), women’s gear… Continue Reading →

Deuter 30+ Guide Pack

What exactly makes a pack a “guide” pack? I really don’t know, all I know is that I have an immense attraction to things marketed as “guide” gear. As we know, most “guide” gear is made for guys, so a… Continue Reading →

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