Aer Travel Pack Review — Single Bag Travel

This is a review of the Aer Travel Pack, a large backpack for carry-on single bag travel. You could travel the whole world with this backpack!

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“The Travel Pack is a versatile carry-on backpack designed for the smart traveler. Dedicated compartments for your travel essentials and technology keep you organized and ready for any journey.”

A SMARTER WAY TO TRAVEL

The Travel Pack is designed to help you travel smart and keep you moving. Breeze through security checkpoints, skip the baggage carousel and quickly access all your travel essentials.

NEVER CHECK YOUR BAG AGAIN

The Travel Pack meets the maximum carry-on limits for international and domestic travel so you’ll never have to check your bag and worry about it getting lost or damaged.

OPTIMIZED FOR EASY PACKING

The clamshell opening design allows the bag to open up all the way for easy, full-access packing. It’s shaped like a suitcase to offer maximum storage and works great with packing cubes.

SEPARATE SHOE COMPARTMENT

The built-in shoe compartment is ventilated and isolated from the rest of your gear. You can also use it to store dirty laundry throughout your trip.

SMART ORGANIZATION

The Travel Pack features quick access pockets for all your travel essentials so they’re within reach at any moment.

FROM CARRY-ON TO DAYPACK

The Travel Pack adjusts to your needs and situation. Use the side compression straps to transform the bag from a carry-on backpack to a daypack.

WORK ON THE GO

The padded laptop pocket fits up to a 15.6” laptop and is suspended, keeping your technology protected against any bumps along the way

COMFORTABLE FOR ANY JOURNEY

Adjust the straps to find the right fit for your journey ahead. The shoulder straps and back panel are padded and finished with mesh, keeping you comfortable and cool throughout the day.

FEATURES

• 1680D ballistic nylon exterior
• Quick-access, suspended laptop pocket (fits up to 15.6” laptop)
• Lay-flat main compartment for spacious storage and easy packing
• Ventilated shoe compartment (fits up to men’s size 13 shoes)
• Quick-access top pocket for small valuables
• Multiple internal pockets for accessories
• Padded top and side handles for versatile carrying
• Zippered, expandable water bottle holder
• Padded mesh back panel for enhanced comfort and breathability
• Sternum strap and load lifter straps for comfort and stability
• Internal framesheet provides structure and support
• Side compression straps for stability and security
• Optimized to meet international and domestic carry-on luggage size limits
• YKK zippers and Duraflex plastic hardware

SPECS

Dimensions

Length: 21.5″ (55 cm)
Width: 13.5″ (34 cm)
Depth: 8.5″ (22 cm)

Volume
33 L

Weight
3.9 lbs

Comments

Eduardo Carrillo says:

Can anyone link me a packing cube that goes perfect with this bag?

DelScully says:

has anyone had any issues with ryanair and easyjet with this backpack? Thats my biggest concern with this and the tortuga..

Michala Martin says:

I would really love to see you review the Tom Bin Aeronaut 30!

Nicolas Joly says:

Hello,
The same with wheels ?

Kaylee Grove says:

You’ve got a great personality. I bought the Minaal 2.0 after watching your reviews for a few single bag travel technical travel bag (right?) but I’m still watching your videos for the entertainment. Thank you for making great content!

joey bigcas says:

Hey, big fan of your videos. I was wondering if you had come across the new Thule travel backpacks and had an opinion on them.

shannon campbell says:

Love your travel bag reviews! Will you be doing a goruck gr2 review?

Gerald Evans says:

Hi Chase, that inside pocket inside the clamshell. Is it just a pocket with space below or is there room for storing north of the zipper inside of the clamshell? If so, it seems like a good place for flip flops.

Richard Cao says:

@6:58 So this fits under the seat? that’s awesome! No other reviews have mentioned this…

Kyle says:

This bag looks awesome! I’ve been travelling a lot lately and looking for a weekend bag, this should do the trick

Cory Hernandez says:

I was a little iffy about the screaming and voices, but you won me over with the cliff bar comment. I’ve done that exact same thing!!

Enteigh says:

What type/brand of garment bag is shown when you first show the main compartment? 1:50 in timebar

Nome Nessuno says:

how tall are you?

flpmrtnz says:

I’m buying this

Bodhi says:

bought the Bag…it Works Great .did a month trip..heavy duty bag..well made…the straps not a huge deal at all..had no issues..
Chase Get Over it…Love Your stuff thou…

Susan Yeung says:

Thanks for the review! Super informative. Purchased one today. Can’t wait to use it!

Fatih Arslan says:

Hi Chase. When you compress the bag, does it get small to be carried as a daypack? For example you pack it full but in your destination you get the stuff out and compress it and dont use the main compartment anymore. Did you checked that mode?

Webhobo says:

Let it dangle let it dongle

William Lopez says:

Hi Chase Reeves I purchased the Aer travel bag after watching your video. I love it ! Can you do a review of the Aer duffle? I’m thinking of getting this one along with my travel bag.

Nell Gian Dangcil says:

Awesome review! You mentioned that the Minaal is more waterproof than this AER bag. In a rainy situation, do you think the AER could handle it?

Chao Li says:

WOW killer water bottle. give me the name of that bottle plz. thanks

Mohamed Afiq says:

Great!

Tanner Chung says:

He sounds like Ray Gillette on Archer haha!

Seth Warner says:

oOo seems like someone has a lot of baggage with them HA! not funny. Great review, seems perfect for me — the type of person who needs a “solid” pack for work (a company with many international locations); traveling from one location to another, yet not needing something for hiking but “nomadie” enough to surpass the average OGIO or whatever it is you golfers like. Thnx! Hbu doing a review on https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00OKXYUJ0/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=sl1&tag=l08722-20&linkId=6f0efa071d7504376a5adb5fd14340e1&th=1

BIG DOGZ says:

Great review and good humour. Subbed!

Ismael Castillo says:

How tall are you? Would you recommend this for school (as well as going to the gym right after) or the duffel pack? Also, I bike and wonder if it’s difficult to ride with it.

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