Although I love traveling with backpacks, duffel bags are a great alternative that offer some distinct advantages and have worked particularly well during the road trips that I have taken this year. In this video we will be taking a look at eight of the duffel or duffel hybrids that I have enjoyed testing out.
Review of the Thule Subterra 30 Backpack which is a versatile and durable 30L tech and minimal travel bag that offers a modern aesthetic, a nice organizational layout, good protection for your tech, and a size that works well for minimal travel with most airlines.
Review of the NutSac Duffel Bag which is a stylish and durable travel bag that has plenty of capacity, a simple organizational layout and is made in the U.S.A.
Review of the Pakt One Travel Bag which is stylish and versatile 35L carry-on friendly travel bag that has a great build quality and an effective organizational layout that make it a really good option for one bag travel.
Review of the Aer Duffel Pack 2 which is a very spacious and stylish backpack that is perfect for your daily commute with tons of space, organization and comfort.
I have recently been shopping around for a duffel bag that can double as a backpack for some of my longer trips where I want to pack everything into one bag. I had recently been using an eBags Weekender backpack, but I felt that a duffel bag offered a little more space and packing flexibility. I have always loved Incase bags so I was very excited to try their new line of Tracto bags (I went with the Small-40L version of the Tracto Split) and I have to say I was very impressed. Below I have included some of the pros and cons that I noticed as I was testing the bag out.
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