AER Go Pack vs Sea to Summit Hydraulic Dry Pack - 120L

  • Great for travel
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Easy to pack away when not in use
  • Durable fabric
  • Comfortable straps
  • Great for 3 days of gear
  • Clips securely to the canoe
  • Lots of room for a small tent, sleeping bag, clothes, shoes and more
  • Left shoulder adjustment wouldn't hold
  • Product is overpriced

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AER Go Pack
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.
Sea to Summit Hydraulic Dry Pack - 120L
This is a nice pack but it's huge
This is a nice pack but it's huge. I think it should be a little smaller but a nice pack.
6 years ago
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AER Go Pack
Aer Go Pack Review | Packable & Lightweight Daypack For One Bag Travel
So there you have it our review of the Aer Go Pack.
Pack Hacker
4 months ago
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Sea to Summit Hydraulic Dry Pack - 120L
For the price, buy a boundary Waters pack
I bought this pack in 2017 expecting to get a lot of years out of it like some of the boundary water packs I have bought before. I do a lot of canoeing so I always use large waterproof packs. Cons: My first issue with this pack is that the straps where they connect to the bag seem to come off easily...
3 years ago
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