The Compression Backpack

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Award-winning menswear designer Todd Snyder is constantly turning heads with collections that pay homage to vintage Americana. Which is why it makes total sense that he’d team up with Champion—one of the most iconic names in sportswear since 1919—for a collection of elevated basics. The result is a prime example of what Snyder does best: taking everyday style and simply fine tuning it. With meticulous craftsmanship and a more dialed fit, the humble sweatshirt takes on a whole new level of effortless style. SHOP NOW

In case you’re new to the EVERGOODS lore, this Bozeman-based brand was founded by a couple of outdoor industry savants with a combined 20 years of experience—developing gear for cult-worthy brands like GORUCK. Renowned for their slick, crossover packs, these carry experts make getting your gear from point A to B as seamless as can be. Their latest CTB40 might be their most travel-savvy bag yet, with a more structured shape and an internal compression system that wrangles bulky items—you’ll be shocked at just how much gear you can easily carry with you. SHOP NOW

Whether you’re flyin’ solo or spending time with your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day—we hope you’re spending it somewhere with a view like this. 

📍Highway 1, CA     📷@nathanielwise

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