Originally Posted by digitalcarver
Mainly Camelbak variations. For me the main things were goggles, baklava and stuff for kids, water, snacks, and often lunch, but was curious how "standard" that is. This survey was an attempt to get a better sense of the market before we sink more time/money into our design(s)
Hadn't heard of a bunch of the brands you mentioned so thank you for that!
There are many. Go to backcountry.com, rei.com, amazon.com, etc and search for "ski pack", "backcountry ski pack", "avalanche pack", "freeriede pack", etc, etc and you will find a number of brands and packs. Most of the core features of these packs are pretty well evolved (including fleece lined goggle and sunglass pockets, bladder compartments and insulated hose guides, helmet carrying systems, etc)
At a minimum, there is no point reinventing the wheel for features that are well known.
Edited by spindrift - 8/5/16 at 7:50pm