Cotopaxi Allpa 42L Review One Bag Travel Backpack Built For Adventure

Despite its bulkiness, the Cotopaxi Allpa 42L Travel Pack offers a ton of space and some interesting organization for a one-bag travel backpack. View Our Full Review: 0:00 - Intro 0:56 - Material & Aesthetic 3:14 - External Components 6:39 - Inside the Pack 10:04 - Durability & Testing 11:08 - Pros & Cons 11:48 - The Verdict With its signature Cotopaxi look and massive amount of storage space, the Cotopaxi Allpa 42L Travel Pack is a solid contender for your next one-bag travel backpack. The Utah-based brand designed this pack to be carry-on compatible, “ultra hardy” and have more space for longer trips compared to its 35-liter and 28-liter versions. Our founder Tom and video editor Mark have been testing the Allpa 42L for the last month in Michigan, Minnesota, and Kentucky. We dig this next iteration of the Allpa pack compared to the 35-liter we reviewed a while back. Cotopaxi seems to be listening to its customers and we like the improved features, including the larger-sized laptop compartment and adjustable hip belt. However, the size of this bag and the overall design can make it bulky to use and a bit cumbersome if you're not very strategic with every aspect of your packing. Overall, this is a solid addition to the Cotopaxi bag line and it really rounds up the choices between the 28-liter, 35-liter, and now the 42-liter bag. RELATED VIDEOS Cotopaxi Allpa 35L Review: Eagle Creek Wayfinder 40L Review: Osprey Farpoint 40 Review: EVERGOODS CTB40: View more travel gear reviews on our website: SHOW NOTES: In this video, Tom Wahlin of Pack Hacker reviews the Cotopaxi Allpa 42L, a one-bag travel backpack that’s built for adventure. CONNECT WITH US Sign Up for our Newsletter: Subscribe to Pack Hacker on YouTube: Subscribe to Pack Hacker Quick Hits on YouTube: https://packha.

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