The Pakt One travel bag is a stylish and extremely well thought through over-the-shoulder bag for conscientious travelers.
- Dignified, stylish look — a bag for big boys and girls.
- Great materials — this bag feels great to touch and use.
- Decent organization — multiple sections to the main clothing compartment, lots of pockets on the bag. However, I wish there were a little more dimension built into the external pockets because they can be challenging to get in and out of when the bag is fully packed.
- Only over-the-shoulder carry — I definitely prefer a hands-free backpack style when I travel.
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