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Heimplanet Monolith Weekender 40L Review

The Monolith Weekender from Heimplanet is a massive bag for maximal one bag travel. This thing is surprisingly useful.

  • Maximum carry-on size — this sucker is HUGE. Tons of capacity.
  • Built solid — excellent materials, stitching and components.
  • Hip strap accessory — I think this is necessary for a bag of this size. (Though the shoulder straps are dang comfortable.)

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