Aer City Sling 2
B

Based on 45 reviews

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  • Great for carrying a laptop
  • Strap tucks in when not in use
  • A little pricey but hits the mark
  • Slim design
  • Well designed

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Aer City Sling 2 Review | Pack Hacker
Aer City Sling 2 | Aer dished out meaningful changes with this version. Our biggest takeaway from the City Sling 2 is how well Aer addressed all of the cons of the original City Sling. It wears comfortably, the zippers aren’t jingly, and the elastic strap keepers are a welcome addition
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2 months ago
packhacker.com
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- Aer City Sling 2 (I liked the look, but it was a little bulky and the fidlock buckle was so sharp it kept scratching my neck whenever I’d take the sling off). I’m basically looking for something that’s compact and lightweight [that’ll store mostly flat so it can fit into my travel backpack with minimal bulk] that wont draw too much attention [i.e., no flashy colors] when I travel and walk around a new city.
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chewytime
reddit.com/r/onebag
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Aer City Sling (x-pac)
The Aer City Sling is a bag that I’ve had on my radar for a bit. I currently have the Day Sling 2 in x-pac and also the Black Ember TKS. When I saw the City Sling release in x-pac material though, I new I had to go for it. Initial impressions are that it’s a very compact and organized.
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smiling_worm
reddit.com/r/ManyBaggers
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\- AER City Sling - looks to be about the right size for what I'm looking for... \- AER Day Sling 2 - might be too big but has more organization than my DSPTCH slings. \- Code of Bell X-Pod - probably too big but looks like it compresses nicely.
I bought the first generation AER City Sling about 6 or 7 months ago now (off this sub, shout-out to y'all) and I've been absolutely loving it. I've been using it as a "just going out for a few hours" type of bag and it's been excellent for that. But the City Sling 2 has some upgrades that really interest me. Firstly, the fidlock buckle, which I have considered upgrading myself on my current one, seems way way better than the plastic one.
I love this bag!
I love this bag!
5/5
Vojtech
3 months ago
store.moma.org
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that’s great when I have to head to the office or otherwise take my laptop out. Not so great when I have a smaller load, as the inside is kinda just a big bucket. Love it when I need it, but kinda hate fishing stuff out of it when I don’t have a lot. I also have the Aer City Sling 2 (which I also love!)
Sleek designed sling bag as tech pouch/clutch bag
Aer city sling 2. Slim, well-designed, and straps tuck in when not in use. It's a little pricey, but hits the mark.
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Admirable-Standard40
reddit.com/r/ManyBaggers
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Small Sling Recommendations
I have the Aer City Sling and I like it a lot.
I can fit a (filled) 500ml collapsible water bottle in the outer pocket, plus phone, wallet, keys, and misc. Also a Nintendo Switch fits perfectly in the main pocket.
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QiMasterFong
reddit.com/r/onebag
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Sling bag recommendation
Aer City sling. It's what I got. Take it everywhere.