Aer Travel Pack 3
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  • Great for travel
  • Lightweight and durable
  • Versatile design
  • Comfortable straps
  • Easy to access pockets

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Aer Travel Pack 3 Review | Pack Hacker
Aer Travel Pack 3 | 35 liters of capacity put to good use. Lastly, on the lid is a zippered mesh pocket. This one’s big and wide enough for clothes like socks or gloves
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2 months ago
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Aer Travel Pack 3 X-Pac Trip Report - how many girl scout cookies can it fit?
Just got my Aer Travel Pack 3 in X-Pac and took it on my first trip from Germany to the states for a couple weeks. Packed 7 days of clothes (with a plan to wash), 16" MacBook Pro, 11" iPad Pro, cables, MagSafe battery, and the like. Worked great and packed up nicely on the way there.
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charlesv42
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The black on black looks cold, but I think what gets me is the rigid construction and the synthetic materials make the bag feel like more of a 'travel case' than a 'travel bag'. Can anyone relate to this? When I get back to my hostel late at night in a foreign city tired and buzzed I want my bag to feel like *home* because that's the closest thing I have to home. The Aer feels like a bit like a locker.
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GeeZed2012
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Review: Aer’s Travel Pack 3 Is a Globetrotter's Backpack Done Right
Opposite the bag’s expandable water bottle pocket is yet another quick-access pocket, meant for storing passports, wallets, and other small essentials. Final Thoughts On A Brilliant Pack. Overall, after the time we spent putting this bag through its paces, we went from liking Aer’s latest Travel Pack to loving it
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2 months ago
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I recently did an east coast trip where I brought a large carry-on and a backpack personal item that was pretty stuffed and I noticed that I only used maybe 30% of the clothes I brought for 9 days. I came across this sub and have been doing a lot of research on what backpack would serve me well and it's come down to the Aer Travel Pack 3 small and the Peak Design Travel Backpack 30L. It came down to these two because they satisfy these reasons more than most bags:.
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JoeJoe1492
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* AER Travel Pack 3 (X-Pac) (perfect, except too heavy). Thank you all for any help!.
AER Travel Pack 3 Small (my first AER product). I was looking for a onebag to fit under a plane seat that opens into a giant bathtub style pack with maximum room for packing cubes. Pros are that the pack is great looking, well thought-out, and appears to be bombproof.
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-Aer Travel Pack 3: Exterior water bottle pocket is a bit loose. Too much organization (sooo many pockets!). -Able Carry Max: Great shoulder straps, but they anchored too high at the bottom which made it difficult and awkward to take off (had to bend/twist my arm higher to get out of the backpack). -Mystery Ranch 2 Day Assault: simply don’t like how Mystery Ranch backpacks open.
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CarbonationAddict
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Travel Bag Recommendations
All the bags you’ve mentioned (Minaal 3.0, Osprey Fairpoint and the Aer Travel Pack) are all going to be too big for day-to-day carrying imo. These are going to be more suitable for ‘true’ one bagging (ie when you travel without a checked bag). If you decide to opt against a checked bag, perhaps look at a packable day bag and one of your options above, or take a look at the Peak Design Travel Bag, as this is designed with photographers in mind, is effectively a big bucket of a bag, and can expand from 35-45l (although I think when expanded to the full 45l it is slightly too big for most airlines). For a daily carry, you ideally want to be looking at something 25l or less, even under 20l.
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KMc101217
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Aer Travel Pack 3 Review - Alex Kwa
Conclusion The Travel Pack 2 from Aer has long been one of my favorite bags for one bagging. The Travel Pack 3 elevated that experience with a few upgrades like load-lifting shoulder straps and compression straps that don't hinder access to the main compartments. While the upgrades are excellent, I personally wouldn't get a Travel Pack 3 if I already have a Travel Pack 2
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2 months ago
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