This post is about the different kinds of “canvases” there are to choose from - specifically carry-ons - and what kind you should strongly consider bringing with you during your trip.
When you buy luggage in sets, a lot of the time it’ll come with a carry-on. I can tell you right now, that bag is useless in many ways, and you should just leave it at home during this trip of yours.
The kind of bag you should bring is a backpack. Backpacks can fit all the essentials in for day trips, a lot of them are designed wonderfully for getting what you want out without unpacking the whole thing, and they are very easy to carry with you.
With that said here, I haven’t tried all of these backpacks I’m about to tell you about (though I wouldn’t mind…). My little list is based on reviews. I do, however, have two backpacks I use on a regular basis.
Here are the ones I would buy (in no particular order):
- eBags TLS Professional Weekender - plenty of pockets and storage.
- Deuter Transit 65 - my favorite thing about this one is that this is basically 2 bags in one.
- Patagonia Atom Sling 8L - great for quick access to whatever you’re carrying in the bag.
The past several weeks I’ve gone over basically everything you’ll want to consider before your next trip overseas.
And then, you’ll need something to carry all of those things in when you get to your destination, which is what this post is about.
Good luck with your travels. What did I miss? Let me know what you would bring.
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