Aer Travel Pack 2 Review Updated Version Of The Popular 33L Carry-On Backpack

The Aer Travel Pack 2 picks up right where it’s predecessor left off—a great one bag travel pack with a slick look and high attention to detail. View Our Full Review: https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/aer/travel-pack-2-2/ 0:00 - Intro 0:41 - Material & Aesthetic 2:09 - External Components 8:13 - Inside the Pack 15:09 - Durability & Testing 15:53 - Pros & Cons 16:38 - The Verdict TRAVEL GEAR FEATURED IN THE VIDEO Eagle Creek Pack-It Specter Cubes: https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/eagle-creek/pack-it-specter-cubes/ GORUCK GR2 Field Pocket: https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/goruck/gr2-field-pocket/ Merino Wool Travel Guide: https://packhacker.com/guide/merino-wool-travel-clothing/ The day has finally come! We are thoroughly excited to say that we’re taking a look at the Aer Travel Pack 2 in this review. Several of our team members at Pack Hacker have been using their original Aer Travel Pack for some time now (and to great success), so needless to say, we’ve been looking forward to getting our hands on the second iteration of an already great travel pack. The Aer Travel Pack 2 picks up right where the Travel Pack 1 left off, containing pretty much everything we liked about the first pack, with (almost) nothing we didn’t like. Aer has clearly listened to their loyal customers on this one, providing many much-needed updates as well as a handful of additional features that we didn’t even know we needed. And while there are some cons to this bag, they are all incredibly minor. We have to say that the Aer Travel Pack 2 can easily be classified as one of the one bag travel pack “heavy-hitters,” and we are confident it will stand up to years of abuse. RELATED VIDEOS Aer Travel Pack Review: https://youtu.be/i6FqjCkPsuQ Thule Subterra 34L: https://youtu.be/pkgxKaREgP4 Heimplanet Transit Line Travel Pack: https://youtu.be/LNcMLdPRNIk Peak Design Everyday Backpack (30L) Review: https://youtu.be/exuecPZVwi4 View more backpack reviews on our website: https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/category/backpacks/ SHOW NOTES: In this video, Tom Wahlin of Pack Hacker reviews the Aer Travel Pack 2, the updated version of the popular 33L carry-on backpack. CONNECT WITH US Sign Up for our Newsletter: https://packhacker.com/newsletter Subscribe to Pack Hacker on YouTube: http://packha.kr/youtube Follow Pack Hacker on Instagram: http://packha.kr/instagram Like Pack Hacker on Facebook: http://packha.kr/facebook Follow Pack Hacker on Twitter: http://packha.kr/twitter Follow Pack Hacker on Pinterest: http://packha.kr/pinterest Follow Pack Hacker on LinkedIn: http://packha.kr/linkedin TERMS Pack Hacker utilizes affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of our product links, Pack Hacker will receive a small commission at no cost to you. This helps support us, and allows us to keep providing reviews, guides, and content for you.

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