A reader recently asked me what my preferred backpack is these days, and I didn’t even hesitate before responding with this bag.
Female Backpack Reviews
For easier selection, have a look at this guide: The Best Travel Backpacks for Women
Chelsea shares her Tortuga V2 backpack review. This bag was designed for travelers by travelers and also works as one well-organized piece of carry-on luggage.
I don’t know about everyone else, but I don’t get excited about a big heavy backpack on my back. That’s one reason I love the Black Diamond Elixir 45.
If you’re looking to go carry on only and want the look of a backpack with added versatility, this Timbuk2 Aviator Travel Backpack review is one to bookmark.
A no fuss, lightweight backpack that opens like a suitcase. Click inside to read the LL Bean Quickload Pack review.
Looking for a small-ish backpack for your travels that won’t weigh you down unnecessarily? Try the Deuter ACT Lite 45+10 backpack. Review right here!
Osprey makes some great, reliable bags for travelers. Kathryn Murphy tells us why the Osprey Ariel 55 is the backpack for her.
The best of both worlds: a suitcase with backpack straps, or a backpack with wheels! Sarah tells us more about her Osprey Sojourn 80L wheeled backpack and why she loves it.
A front-loading bag with a detachable daypack. What’s not to love about the Osprey Farpoint 55? Review just in from Flora Baker.
A carry-on friendly pack that looks somewhat professional? Yep, that’s the Osprey Farpoint 40 backpack. Review provided by Mirje Halla, a traveling digital nomad.
We love backpacks around here at Her Packing List. Erin McLaughlin sets us up with another in her Kelty Ridgeway 64L backpack review.
Day 24 of our 30 Days project displays the ins and outs of how to pack a backpack. Remember, it’s all about proper weight distribution when packing a backpack!