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Best Carry On Bags
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When you’re on the go and want to travel fast, backpacks are a great option. Choose a rubbish one though and your journey will come to a grinding halt before the adventure’s even begun. The Aviator Travel backpack finds a sweet balance between price and features, offering good value, reliability and flexibility. The stowable shoulder straps and hip belt allow for a snag-free profile when checking the bag in or storing it in tight spaces such as overhead luggage bins. Plus there’s grab handles on all sides, so bonus points for maneuverability. Quick-access exterior pockets provide handy stash spots for a passport, wallet, phone or anything else you want to keep within easy reach. The nifty design also combines a panel-loading main compartment for easy packing and a top access compartment which is great for shoes or toiletries and can also serve as a wet/dry compartment. And when those unexpected downpours strike? No worries, as the weather-resistant construction is given a boost with an included rain cover.
- Great pocketing
- Good build, lifetime warranty
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- Smaller capacity at 28.5L
As much as we’d love to, we're just not able review every piece of carry in the world. But rest assured, we've done the research (so you don't have to) to make sure this piece is awesome. For us, it ticks all the boxes of what makes great carry and we're stoked to recommend it.
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- 14.2 " x 20.1 " x 5.9 "
- 4.4 lbs
- Two front zip pockets for electronics, wallet, keys, boarding pass and other small items
- 600D Nylon