We take a look at Able Carry’s first entry into the one-bag-travel category.
Tag: one bag travel
PK brings his in depth experience with the Evade series to the table with his review of the 1.5 version.
We look at the first release from the new England based maker, Salkan.
Jeff takes a look at the GORUCK GR3 for one-bag travel and gear hauling.
Readers of The Perfect Pack should be no stranger to Bellroy by this point in time. Functional and stylish carry goods are the name of the game, and this time we’re looking at the newly released Transit Backpack. This is Bellroy’s first travel-oriented pack, and in our opinion it was worth the wait. The Transit
GORUCK among the best known companies in the bag world. Their founder, Jason McCarthy, formed the idea of the original GORUCK bag while he was a Green Beret, making bags for those that put themselves in harm’s way. He took that original work and built a successful business with a modern-iconic line of bags and
North St. Bags is a Portland Oregon based bag maker founded in 2009. They use US made materials and hand build their bags in their Portland warehouse. If you want to take a slightly deeper dive, I have reviewed their Weekender bag here . Now, it’s time to talk about the Meeting bag, which can
First it was the return of the sling/messenger, then it was the do-everything day pack , and now it seems that every company has decided to make a one-bag travel backpack. If you know me at all, you know I’m a massive fan of Jack and Keven over at EVERGOODS and wanted to see if
Introduction North St. Bags is a bag maker based in Portland, Oregon founded in 2009. It has a strong bicycle bag heritage – known for their convertible backpack panniers. They use US made materials and hand build all of their bags in their Portland warehouse. I’ve been testing out their Weekender backpack and the Weekender
Brand Introduction Attitude Supply is a travel/lifestyle brand, started in Milan, Italy in 2012. They started out producing clothes but designer Michele’s love of travel meant they quickly moved onto packs. Their first carry option, named the ‘Packsack,’ was a simple drawstring design, but Michele’s skills grew, producing a series of ever-more-capable bags. Their newest