5 Best Travel Backpacks


Five Best Travel Backpacks

No two adventure travel trips are the same. Sometimes you’re train hopping through Eastern Europe, other times volunteering in Africa or, if you’re lucky, hiking the Andes to Machu Picchu.

And that means that no single travel backpack is perfect for every trip. But a good travel backpack should have the features to serve your needs regardless of what kind of travel you’re doing. So the travelers at Backpack Travel Store have put together a list of the five best travel backpacks that offer versatility and features to take you wherever you want to go.

Caribee Sky Wrangler 60Caribee Sky Wrangler 60: The Caribee Sky Wrangler 60 is just about the perfect, midsized rolling travel backpack. Rolling backpacks are particularly good for trips in which are not going to be spending a lot of time in backwoods environments. The Wrangler 60 offers a large main packing space that is accessed like a suitcase. And it features a zip off day pack that allows you to leave your main bag behind for hikes or city explorations. It also has thick backpack straps for when the road gets rough and you need to carry.

High Sierra AT305 Rolling Travel BackpackHigh Sierra AT305: Also a rolling travel backpack, the AT305 offers a more compact, lightweight alternative. The AT305 Rolling Travel Backpack also offers a large main compartment that opens like a zippered suitcase and a removable day pack. But at 50 liters, it’s small enough to meet carry-on airplane requirements. You just separate the main pack, from the smaller day pack and you can carry both on. It also has numerous organizer pockets and if you know how to pack light it can be a great smaller-sized option forextended travel.

Deuter Traveller 70 + 10 Travel BackpackDeuter Traveller 70+10: Deuter works with some of the world’s top adventurers and athletes to continuously refine their backpacks. And it shows in the Deuter Traveller 70+10 Travel Backpack. At 80 liters it offers more than enough room for all your clothing and gear. But it also offers the best travel features, such as a removable day pack, a separate compartment for your shoes or dirty clothing, as well as a shoulder harness to allow a different way to carry it. It’s thick hip belt and backpack straps distribute weight and make it comfortable to carry and its adjustable back torso system ensures the perfect fit regardless of your size.

Asolo Navigator Elle 60 Women's Travel BackpackAsolo Navigator Elle 60 Women’s Travel Backpack: A backpack has to be comfortable and the Navigator Elle is designed specifically to fit a woman’s body. Its hip belt, shoulder size and length are geared to work with the female frame. And it offers unique travel features, such as an integrated, detachable toiletries kit. Its traditional compression straps keep everything tight, a hideaway rain cover keeps everything clean and its detachable day pack keeps you light and mobile. Asolo is part of the infinity sports group which is Canada’s leading outdoor adventure supplier.

Lowe Alpine Travel Trekker II 70  Travel BackpackLowe Alpine Travel Trekker II 70: Lowe Alpine has really adapted to the travel market and his created some unique features. Chief among them is their unique clamshell design which allows you to incorporate nearly any day pack from any manufacturer into the Lowe Alpine Travel Trekker II 70 Travel Backpack. And like the Deuter backpack, the Travel Trekker II has a unique adjustable torso system to fit a variety of torso sizes. It also features top and side handles for carrying in tight spots and an integrated rain cover. And you can access it all through its zippered, suitcase style opening. Plus the Travel Trekker is only it’s only 6 lbs and 10 oz.

Travel backpack designs have really improved over the last five years and there are a lot of great packs out there to suit any trip. But these five bags offer the combination of features that will serve the majority of travelers whether you’re heading to Amsterdam or the Amazon.


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