Best Weekend Travel Bag: Incase VIA Backpack Review

Review of the Incase VIA Travel Backpack to determine if it is the ultimate bag for one bag weekend travel.

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Comments

Alysha Campo says:

Pretty cool backpack. awesome review. it sort of has a look that its waterproof?

Aaron Schreier says:

This bag is so similar to the EO that I don’t know how they justify the 20 dollar price difference (sometimes up to $50 if you know where to shop)

I love my EO, I recommend it to everyone. The VIA seems like a cash grab and isn’t very innovative of Incase.

Starving Rtist says:

If you live in and travel from New York City, then the TSA compliant bag features are just a waste of consideration. TSA in NYC has NEVER allowed the laptops and tablets to remain in TSA compliant compartments. TSA will ALWAYS force you to take out your laptop/tablet and scan it separately. Just FYI in case you haven’t traveled with laptops a lot from and to NYC.

Julian Hinson says:

thanks for doing this – it’s one of the few reviews of the VIA that i’ve seen available.

Vanessa Tucker says:

Do you worry about putting the water bottle in with your electronics since it could leak?

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