Aer Travel Pack 2 Small Review
The Aer travel pack 2 small is an incredibly versatile, lowkey travel backpack with plenty of useful features for its size. Plus, it’s lightweight and comfortable to wear – making it a great option for long-term trips or light carry on bags.
This organizer features a sleek and practical layout to keep all your gear organised and accessible. Plus, its handy clamshell opening makes loading up and unloading items quick – always an advantage!
You can fit a 15-inch laptop inside, plus there are other pockets where smaller devices can be stored. This is an especially handy feature since you won’t have to worry about fiddling with tech on the flight.
There are a few more compartments that can be opened separately, which is an attractive feature. Plus, there’s a zippered front pocket where you can keep valuables such as passports or wallets secure.
On the opposite side of the main compartment are two Velcro pockets that can be used to secure socks and underwear or smaller items you don’t want bouncing around with your main gear. They’re incredibly useful for this purpose, and when not in use they fold flat when not needed.
Another accessible area is the front slide pocket, which features a spacious liner pocket for tablets and notebooks. Unfortunately, it’s shallower than some of the other areas so won’t accommodate thicker books or notebooks as well, but it should suffice for smaller items.
The padded shoulder straps on this bag are of a good height for carrying it on your back, with adjustable options to suit most body types. There are heavy-duty grab handles on both top and side of the bag, plus one additional one tucked into the back panel between padding.
This bag is both stylish and versatile, perfect for taking on any adventure – be it to the office, airport or Khao San road. Plus, its padded back panel and shoulder straps ensure maximum comfort when wearing it.
I found this backpack to be significantly lighter than its competitors, which proved useful when carrying it on planes or over cobbled streets and stairs. If you’re looking for an easy travel bag that won’t take up too much room in your luggage, this one would definitely fit the bill.
The internal frame sheet is strong and supportive, while the padded mesh back panel offers soft comfort – especially for those who aren’t used to wearing these types of backpacks. Furthermore, the harness system is adjustable; if you want to take out the hip belt completely, that’s no problem either.
Though not cheap, if you’re in the market for a travel backpack it’s worth considering. It stands out from other options with some unique features that set it apart.