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10 Minimalist Packing Tips For Cold Weather Travel | How To Pack Light & Keep Warm (Fall & Winter)

Our top minimalist packing tips on how to pack light & stay warm! We’re partnering with Backcountry to encourage you to get outside and find your backcountry, wherever that may be. Use code BCPACK for 15% off your first purchase. Exclusions apply. http://bit.ly/2lMGZGj

Fall and winter are coming fast—and you don’t want to be left out in the cold. Most folks on the Pack Hacker team have traveled long-term in a bunch of different climates, and we want to make sure you’re prepared for any destination. So we’ve put together our top ten packing tips for minimalist travel in cold weather.

0:00 - Intro
1:13 - Travel With A Backpack
2:41 - Layer Up
4:50 - Invest In A Rain Jacket
7:19 - Always Accessorize
8:12 - Pick A Theme
9:02 - Stay Dry
10:56 - Compress Everything
11:40 - Think Small
13:23 - Watch Your Weight
15:03 - Stay Prepared

Osprey Farpoint 40L: http://bit.ly/2lL7N9J
Osprey Fairview 40L: http://bit.ly/2lLOhdc
Topo Designs Travel Bag 40L: http://bit.ly/2lLOop8
Thule Subterra 34L: http://bit.ly/2lISdeV
Cotopaxi Allpa: http://bit.ly/2l7FOkt
Eagle Creek Packable 13L Daypack: http://bit.ly/2mMb099

Smartwool Merino 150 Long-Sleeve Baselayer: http://bit.ly/2l7n7gG
Patagonia R1 Full-Zip Hoody: http://bit.ly/2nhMf5j
Patagonia Micro Puff: http://bit.ly/2mKnkXu
Arc’teryx Zeta SL Rain Jacket: http://bit.ly/2l7ncB0
Arc’teryx Beta SL Rain Jacket: http://bit.ly/2mEZOeA
Patagonia Storm Racer: http://bit.ly/2mJKwp6
Arcade Midnighter Belt: http://bit.ly/2mGTV0B
Outdoor Research Helium II Jacket: http://bit.ly/2mDYE39
Cotopaxi Teca Windbreaker: http://bit.ly/2mFi7Am
Darn Tough Merino Wool No-Show Socks: http://bit.ly/2laaly7
Darn Tough Solid Basic Crew Light: http://bit.ly/2lJphU4
Lems Boulder Boot: http://bit.ly/2lzxFpg

Buff USA Merino Wool Buff: http://bit.ly/2nequDb
Outdoor Research Fairbanks Fingerless Gloves: http://bit.ly/2mGURBY
Hydrapak Stash Collapsible Water Bottle: http://bit.ly/2mKnCxy
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Minimalist Wallet: http://bit.ly/2ner0kB
Sea To Summit Delta Insulated Mug: http://bit.ly/2nb4PM5
Platypus SoftBottle .5L with Push-Pull Cap: http://bit.ly/2mGUxTX

Organizers & Pouches
Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Sack: http://bit.ly/2l7nNCK
Osprey Packs Ultralight Backpack Liners: http://bit.ly/2l71Xzf
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Stuff Sack Pillow: http://bit.ly/2lLtNkR
Eagle Creek Pack-It Specter Compression Packing Cubes: http://bit.ly/2nhe11H

10 Minimalist Packing Tips For Hot Weather Travel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69RpxlMKLXY
10 Minimalist Packing Tips For Your Next Trip: https://youtu.be/HhaJBpNr5zs
The Ultimate Digital Nomad Packing List: https://youtu.be/mGvHt4blPDc
Women’s Digital Nomad Packing List: https://youtu.be/khX2ZlsDMes
The Ultimate Packing Cubes Guide: https://youtu.be/4fJp1naw7lc
How To Choose The Best Daypack For Travel: https://packhacker.com/guide/best-travel-daypack/

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 Even if you search on YouTube for a random string, the set of results that will be returned will still be based on popularity, so if you’re using this approach to build up your sample, you’re already in trouble. It turns out there is a multitude of ways in which the YouTube search function makes it very difficult to retrieve truly random results.

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