Review of the Triple Aught Design Axiom 24 Pack which is a great all-purpose 24L bag that offers a rugged build quality, a sleek aesthetic, tons of comfort, and a nice organizational layout. The price tag on this one is high, but if you are looking for something made in the U.S. and that can go head to head with bags like the Goruck GR1 and the Evergoods CPL 24 this is going to be a great option to check 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 Swiss Gear Getaway Weekend Travel Backpack review which is a budget-friendly, 25L minimal travel bag that has a modern aesthetic, comfortable harness system, a nice organizational layout, and a versatile size that works for edc as well as travel.
Review of the Black Ember Citadel R2 (minimal and modular) which are a pair of sleek and versatile bags that have a ton of weather-resistance, plenty of organizational options, a comfortable harness, and a 25L capacity that works well for EDC and minimal travel.
Review of the Topo Designs Standard Pack which is a simple and durable everyday carry backpack that has a solid build quality, a nice aesthetic and plenty of space for all of your EDC needs.
Review of the Tom Bihn Synapse 25 which is a popular edc and minimal travel bag that offers a solid build quality, tons of space, and a really great organizational layout. I wasn’t super crazy about the harness system and I wish the bag included a laptop sleeve given it’s higher price point, but overall I can see why this has become so popular over the years.
Review of the Rainmaker from Greenroom136 which is a versatile and durable everyday carry bag that offers a great build quality, some awesome organizational options, a cool minimal look and the ability to customize tons of different features throughout the bag.
Review of the Tom Bihn Synik 22 which is a durable EDC and minimal travel bag that has a solid build quality and a great organizational layout, but does have a few key areas that could be improved.
Review of the Boundary Supply Prima System, which I have been curious to try ever since I saw their kickstarter video and their focus on modular accessories and organization! The Prima System bag and accessories are really well thought out and work very well together, the comfort and build quality of the bag are great, and the amount of features you get for the price is really impressive. Definitely enjoyed testing this out and I think it is a great option as a daily / camera bag
Review of the Fjallraven Raven 28L Backpack which is a great all purpose bag with plenty of space, pockets, and durability. On top of that it has a nice look that will work well whether you are walking around the city, campus, or even on a hike in the mountains.
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