The Aer Travel Pack is a large 1-bag travel bag with quite a bit of organization and a nice looking design.
First of all you need to know that this bag is affordable. Compared to most travel bags that won’t leave you hanging out there on the road, this comes in at a damn solid price point for a bag this large.
Second of all, you need to know that this bag has tons of capacity. So much space in here! I call these size bags my “large one bag travel bags” as opposed to a more minimal option that could be used as a daily carry when you get to your destination. This sucker cannot be used as a daily carry because it’s built for capacity. Tons of space in here.
There’s a good amount of pockets and organization on this bag. With some quick access stuff on the outside of the bag that can be a total lifesaver when you’re in transit. (Think boarding pass, snacks, maps, phone, wallet, etc.)
Aer bags always feel decent to me — nothing world-changing, just kinda solid. And the price is very affordable for a bag that equips you for so much travel. Big size, good amount of pockets, affordably priced; that’s the summary on this one. If I just wanted to get a bag without thinking about it too much, I’d likely go with this one or the Tortuga Setout.
Other Bags to Check Out:
Wandrd makes 2 duffel bags — the Hexad Access (this bag) and the Hexad Carryall. This is the one you want to be looking at for carry on travel.
The GoRuck GR1 is one of those bags I have loved since the first moment I saw one online years ago. The look of this bag is simple, understated, but powerful.
The Rhake backpack from Mission Workshop is a killer weatherproof bag for daily carry and minimal travel.
The Aer Duffel Pack is not the tool for every job, but for particular uses it just might be perfect for you.
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Created by Chase Reeves