Albert Hansrisuk

What's In My Bag

October 21, 2019



  • Timbuk2 Shadow (Everyday)
    A 16L backpack that is lightweight (14.72oz), professional looking and water resistant. Used for my onebag travel setup.
  • ULA CDT (Backpacking)
    24oz pack that I got for backpacking trips. Features 50L of available space (including side pockets and outer mesh pocket). I added shoulder pockets from Mountain Laurel Designs to carry water/phone up front. Fits everything I need and is very comfortable. I customized it with a rolltop design (instead of cinch top) and removed the hipbelts (they seemed too bulky for my liking).


  • Macbook Pro 13” 2019
    Mainly used for coding, web surfing, and light video/photo editing.
  • iPhone 11 Pro
    Great camera. Drawing a lot of inspiration from Kraig Adams as he recently got this phone as well and was teasing at an iPhone only hiking film.
  • Apple Watch Series 4
    I use this 3rd Party Band from Amazon. Lighter, cheaper, more comfortable.
  • Airpods
    Highly recommend. I listen to music and Audiobooks primarily.
  • Anker Powercore Speed 20,100mAh
    I’ll use my Macbook Pro charger to charge this since it is USB-C and will just use the power bank as my main source of power for iPhone, Apple Watch, and Airpods.
  • Apple 61W USB-C Adapter
  • USB-C to USB-C Cable (2m)
  • USB-C to Lightning Cable (1m)
  • Apple Watch Cable (.3m)


  • Uniqlo DRY-EX Crew Neck T-Shirt
    Base layer shirt that wicks away sweat and drys fairly quickly. I carry two of these shirts and two Uniqlo Airism T-Shirts in black.
  • Patagonia Capilene Daily Hoodie
    A thin secondary base layer made of 100% polyester. Protects against sun and provides a little bit of warmth. One of my favorite garments I own.
  • Uniqlo Selvedge Slim Fit Jeans
    Comfortable, everyday black jeans. Got the selvedge denim in hopes of making the seam last a little longer. Bonus: free alterations in store and online.
  • Uniqlo Sweatpants
  • Lululemon Pacebreaker Shorts
    Standard pair of active shorts. Used for hiking as well. If it’s cold, I’ll throw on a pair of long underwear underneath and if it’s windy out then I throw on these wind pants that are ultralight. Way cheaper than Montbell Tachyon pants but heavier.
  • Uniqlo Airism Boxer Briefs
    Light and comfortable.
  • Darn Tough 1/4 Socks
    Great everyday socks. I don’t like to hike in these since my feet sweat a lot. I tend to prefer thin, nylon dress socks like these Gold Toe Metropolitans. They can act as a liner and my feet breathe much more comfortable with these and dry super quick.
  • Montbell UL Thermawrap
    Newest addition to my gear list and I am a big fan of it so far. Super light and relatively warm when active. Acts as a fleece alternative. I used to own a Uniqlo Ultralight Down Jacket but opted for synthetic instead so I don’t have to worry about it getting wet. Doesn’t compress as small as down but oh well.
  • Columbia Omni Tech Rain Jacket
    Just a rain jacket that i’ve had throughout the years. Not the lightest but keeps rain off pretty well and cuts wind away.
  • Nike Free RN 2018
  • Montbell Chameece Fleece Gloves
    Lightweight fleece gloves.
  • Merino Wool Ultralight Buff
    Multifunctional. Big fan of it.


Outdoor Gear

backpacking My baseweight is 13lb, including the BearVault 450 which is 2lb (no food). Not technically ultralight but getting there.