Simplicity's a wonderful thing if it's done correctly, and the Mammut Creon Tour 28 Backpack is a fine example of exactly that. It ditches all the nonsense features that you find on so many packs for a streamlined design that will hold an overnight's worth of gear without bogging you down with unnecessary straps, pockets, and features. Indeed, the feature list is a short one: one front pocket, one lid pocket, two side pockets, a rain cover, a trekking pole carry system, and a sleeve for a hydration reservoir. That's it that's all. Mammut made the Creon easy to carry by building it on a Contact Stream suspension system, which uses an integrated metal frame to distribute weight evenly and mesh back and shoulder panels to keep you from developing sweaty back syndrome, which everybody knows and nobody likes.