You can tell a lot about a person by how they organize their backpack. If it’s clean and tidy, with everything packed neatly into its designated spot, they’re likely a mindful person who cherishes their material possessions. The opposite of that would be my roommate, who tosses his litter and filth around our apartment without giving it a second thought. Maybe he needs one of Osprey‘s new GearKit bags. Designed to encourage thoughtful gear organization, each of the three bags (Trailkit, 40 liters; Snowkit, 45 liters; Bigkit, 65 liters) contains a plethora of technical pockets including a ventilated footwear compartment, helmet pocket, stowaway harness and straps, clamshell main compartment, dual side pockets with compression straps, several web lashing points, internal mesh pockets and a scratch-free tech pocket for sunglasses and snow goggles. The Trailkit and Snowkit are compact and carry-on compatible, whereas the Bigkit is better suited for extended backcountry expeditions.