Aer Travel Pack 2.0 Review

A very well designed, stylish travel bag for one-bag travel with enough pockets, organization and access to make travel smooth.

  • Killer size — not too big, not too small. Fits plenty of stuff without being a behemoth to carry or travel with.
  • Lots of external pockets and internal organization — lots of places to stash and access things while you travel, lots of organization for your tech items.
  • Low key, minimal yet stylish look — black on black, technical, doesn’t say too much.
  • Built solid — 1680D Cordura ballistic nylon, YKK zips.

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