In this video we will be taking a look at the Sitka Drifter Travel Pack which has been featured in a few videos with Jack Carr, former Navy Seal and Author of the Terminal List Series of books. After watching Jack’s walkthrough of the bag I was curious to try it out first hand to see what type of bag someone with Carr’s would use. We’ll see how it holds up against some of the other popular bags we’ve looked at!
Review of the Goruck Bullet Ruck - Laptop which is a an updated version of a classic everyday carry bag. The bullet ruck has been a reliable and more compact alternative to the GR1, but lacked the dedicated and bombproof laptop compartment the GR1 has. With this new version of the Bullet Ruck, Goruck has added a laptop compartment and improved the back panel to provide more support and make it a very compelling alternative to the GR1.
Review of the Elite Survival Systems Pulse 24hr backpack which is a rugged everyday carry pack that offers the comfort, space, and organizational options to work well in any situation. If you are in the market for a go / bug out bag this may be a good one to check out!
Review of the Arc’teryx Granville 16 Backpack which I have been curious to check out for a while. The bag has a minimalist aesthetic, highly weather-resistant materials, and holds an impressive amount for a 16L bag. If you need a sleek bag that can keep your stuff safe in the rain this may be a good one to check out!
Review of the Kargo Gear Senda 21L Backpack which is a durable everyday carry bag that has a useful organizational layout, comfortable harness system, and interesting aesthetic. If you are looking for something unique and made in the U.S.A. this may be a good option to consider.
Review of the Level8 Road Runner which is durable carry on friendly rolling luggage that offers plenty of space, very smooth wheels, and organization for your tech and edc essentials.
Review of the Osprey Proxima 30L Backpack which is a student and edc focused backpack that provides plenty of organizational options, space, and laptop protection for your daily essentials. If you are looking for a lighter weight backpack that can handle larger items such as textbooks this will be a great option to check out.
Review of the updated Fjallraven Raven 28 which maintains the aesthetic and organizational layout that I loved in the original while improving on the biggest issue I had. With the updates, this is going to be really tough to beat if you are looking for a versatile pack in a pretty reasonable price range.
Review of the updated Evergoods Civic Half Zip (CHZ) 22L Backpack which includes Evergoods new breathable back panel, an updated fabric, and additional organization. Some of the issues from the original are still present, but overall this is definitely an improvement over the v1.
Review of the Timbuk2 Alcatraz Backpack which offers a surprising amount of space, solid laptop protection, a comfortable harness and the ability to customize the appearance and materials to match your style.