The preferred gear of guides, outfitters and discerning hunters.
Steve Rinella, The MeatEater
“While we’ve all used a variety of different backpacks over the years, we’re madly in love with the Stone Glacier packs we’ve been using lately. These things are tough-as-nails, technically advanced, and highly versatile…The loads don’t shift, gear stays dry, the stitching holds up and there’s not a lot of noise when creeping through the brush. Stone Glacier pack accessories allow us to personalize our gear organization. That’s just about everything you can ask for from a hunting backpack. We’re sold on Stone Glacier.”
Dustin Roe – Back Country BC and Beyond
In January of 2017, I made the hard decision to switch from a company I had used for 12 years to Stone Glacier. For me, it was only after carefully watching close industry friends and some of my guides rave about them from top to bottom that I took the leap. I have to say it Stone Glacier has lived up to my every expectation of a company and a high-end backpack. The extremely lightweight and flexible design of the Xcurve Frame provides an excellent fit to your back and hips while remaining comfortable even under the heaviest loads.
Chase Christopher, The Mountain Project
After spending 17 nights (and a few bad-weather days) in the Skyscraper 2P, I am convinced it is the best backpacking tent on the market. September in the Mackenzie Mountains can be unpredictable and unforgiving. That proved to be true with a daily swing of snow, ice, wind, and rain. The Skyscraper’s smart design makes setup easy in these not so favorable conditions. My two favorite things about this tent: It’s only 4 pounds, and the double wall design keeps the condensation off me and my gear.