Daypack: Osprey Talon 22
Nice and lightweight, without a ton of pockets. Main one, small one for packing energy bars/first aid, water bladder area, and two pockets on the belt. On the back is the exterior stretchy pocket for stuffing coats/flipflops or what have you. Has attachments to strap trekking poles to the outside.
Hiking Pack: Osprey Atmos 65
Unused thus far; got a great deal on it.
Biking Pack: Camelback Lobo
Great little bag I can stuff a few bars in, and basic tools for the bike. Wish it was a little bigger to carry a tube or two.
Gerber Machete (When the Jackhawk 9000 just won't do)
Picked it up on sale on Amazon a bit ago. Untested (aka- I have all my digits and limbs still)
Kershaw Storm II
Heavy, but a sizable blade on it. The t-screws are backing out of it, I periodically have to tighten it. Sharp enough for what I use it for.