In this video I will be taking a look at 8 travel packs which offer a little more capacity for longer trips or if you need a little more flexibility. These bags won’t work as a personal item, but they are still carry on friendly and will fit in the overhead storage bins for most domestic and international flights.
Review of the Filson Journeyman which is rugged and simple everyday carry backpack with a heritage aesthetic that will fit into any environment. The bag doesn’t have a ton of bells and whistles, but if reliable and nice looking are your top priorities, it will be a solid option to check out.
Review of the Bellroy Via Backpack which is a truly minimalist, dare I say essentialist, tech and everyday bag that offers a solid build quality and great laptop protection at under $150. The barebones layout may not be for everyone, but what it does offer it does well and in a sleek silhouette that will work across a number of different environments.
Review of the Patagonia Black Hole MLC (Max Legal Carry On) 45L which provides a rugged build quality and simple layout that offers more than enough space for one bag travel and the flexibility to be used as a shoulder bag, brief or backpack.
In this video we will be unboxing and doing a first look at the recently updated Alpha One Evade 1.5 The new version introduces an updated look and organizational layout while keeping many of the things that made the original such a popular EDC backpack. This will be a high level first look of the bag and I will be doing a more in-depth review in the future.
In this video I will be discussing 4 key features that I am starting to pay a lot more attention to when evaluating a new bag. Some of these may feel obvious and some may not apply to everyone, but if you are in the market for a new bag make sure to think about whether any of these is critical for how you plan on using your backpack.
Quick comparison of the Alpaka Elements Pro and Aer City Pack which are two great tech & edc backpacks I have used over the past year. Both have a sleek aesthetic, great organizational layouts and excellent build qualities, but have a few similarities and differences which might make it difficult to decide which one might be best for you.
In this video I will be taking a look at what I think are 7 of the best gym / work backpacks for 2024. The list includes a variety of styles for people who like to pair their workouts with a commute to or from work and need something that can hold a good amount and offer the organization and protection needed for your work essentials.
In this video I will be revisiting one of my favorite backpacks of all time: the Aer Lunar Pack. This collaboration with Ministry of Supply has a Space Suit Inspired design with a simple organizational layout, comfortable harness, and solid laptop protection. Although Aer has a ton of amazing bags to pick from this one always stands out and it is now back in stock at Ministry of Supply’s site.
Review of the updated version of the Arcteryx Granville 16 Backpack which maintains the excellent weather resistance and sleek aesthetic of the previous edition, but with some updates that are sure to leave some people torn.
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