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The Best Backpacks for Onebag Travel and EDC

Whether you’re going on a family trip or traveling solo through another country, a good travel bag can go a long way. But airline baggage fees can add up in a hurry, and while rolling luggage is great for finding your way through airports they’re not so practical once you get to your destination. A beautiful beach or scenic cobblestone street can easily turn into a struggle if you’re rolling around a giant suitcase.

Which is why if you’re going to be traveling, it might be a good idea to look into getting one bag that can do it all. The idea behind onebag travel is to find one bag that fits what you need, is comfortable to carry, and doesn’t need to be checked. That way you can hop off the plane ready to explore. Onebag travel isn’t a new concept and it takes a bit of practice to get it right, but there are plenty of great bags that make it a little easier to get started. In this guide we’ll look at some great options you should check out whether you’re a frequent flyer, first-time adventurer, or looking to travel the world with nothing but a backpack.

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Buck 110 Folding Hunter Pro

If you were to picture a classic pocket knife like the one your grandpa used to carry, chances are it'd look a lot like a Buck knife. The Buck 110 hunting knife is as traditional as they come, but that also means it isn't exactly on the cutting edge when it comes to features. That all changes with the new and improved 110 Hunter Pro. It's a fresh take on a classic with new materials and construction, resulting in a modern gent's knife that doesn't compromise what made the original so great.

The familiar design of the original 110 returns with the Pro. But instead of wood grain on the handle, the Pro features jet-black G10 scaling. G10 helps you get a solid grip on the knife, even in wet conditions. It's also more durable and than traditional wood panels. And while G10 is often aggressively textured on modern EDC knives, the scales on the 110 Pro are smooth enough to keep in line with its gent's knife styling and to slip in and out of your pocket without snagging.

The centerpiece of this knife is the upgraded 3.75" clip-point blade. Instead of softer 420HC, the Pro sports premium S30V stainless steel. At 59.5-61 RC, S30V is harder than 420HC at 58 RC. This means the Pro can get sharper compared to the regular 110. The blade on the Pro is also more apt to keep that sharp edge longer through daily use. The addition of S30V is a big upgrade that thrusts the 110 into the modern era. It's still a gent's knife, though. Opening the blade on the 110 Pro remains a two-handed affair via nail nicks on either side of the blade.

Despite the upgrades, the new 110 Pro wouldn't look out of place in your grandfather's vintage EDC. It's built with better materials. Think of it as a heirloom knife you'd be comfortable actually using as a daily driver. Grab one for your EDC at the link below.

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