When Ebags offered to let me review some of their travel gear on the Silk Roadistan tour, I was ecstatic to receive two of the Motherlode TLS Weekender Convertibles in the mail (one for me, and one for Patrick) because it lived up to my desire to have an organized piece of luggage.
Female Backpack Reviews
For easier selection, have a look at this guide: The Best Travel Backpacks for Women
Melissa Wiley gives us the rundown on her Kelty Redwing 2650 backpack — a bag that can even be used as a carry-on!
This post is part of a series in which ladies on the road offer a review of their backpack. Today’s review is from Dina Koudys who has traveled around the world with her husband Ryan.
When I first bought it I thought that it was too big, even though it was only 60L. However since I’ve been on the road I have seen girls struggling with much larger bags and have been grateful that I didn’t get anything bigger.
Toni gives us the low-down on the Eurohike Womens Revolution 50 litre backpack in this interview. Toni has had it for 2 years and hopes to have it with her for many more!
I had the pleasure of receiving a Slingsafe 300 GII bag from Pacsafe for my current trip, and after 2 months of use, I think it is one of the best bags I have ever owned.
Osprey is known for creating quality backpacks. Rachel Patterson gives her review of the Aura 65L backpack in this post — the pack she plans to take around the world in August.
Monica Stott reviews her Deuter Futura backpack in this interview. Does it measure up for all of her travels? Read on to find out.
This review comes from a woman that has chosen a pack on the smaller scale. Click inside to read more about Lucy and her Ridgeway 40L pack.
Size, price, features… where to start when choosing the right backpack? Caroline has prepared, with the help of a number of female travelers, the ultimate guide to choosing the right pack.
Is 85L too big for a backpack? I’d think so, and Mellyboo shares that it hasn’t helped her problem of overpacking. Have a read of her Gregory Deva 85L in this post.
Your backpack is the largest and most important piece of travel gear you might buy for a trip, so we’re taking the time to interview traveling females about their packs. Katie Aune share details about her Eagle Creek 55L Truista Vita bag.