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Aer Flight Pack Review

The Aer Flight Pack is a dope little daily carry backpack. It has a kind of slick look to the design (though it also has a kind of “turtle shell” vibe).

  • Great Organization: lots of little tech org in there, similar to it’s little brother, the Aer Fit Pack.
  • Sleek Style: no awards for fashion on this one, but it won’t say too much or too little.
  • Decent Build: Aer doesn’t make the most long-lasting bags on the market, but they also don’t charge the most.

I love using this sucker as a daily carry bag because it’s just what I need. Just enough organization, not too much. Just enough space, not too much.

It feels like a more “board room ready” version of the Aer Fit Pack; a little better suited for the business environment.

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Created by Chase Reeves