At Her Packing List, we think 40L travel backpacks just might be the best size female backpack out there. See why, how much they carry, and how to pick one.
Female Backpack Reviews
For easier selection, have a look at this guide: The Best Travel Backpacks for Women
The most thorough Tortuga Air carry on backpack review. Heather explains what she loved and how well it worked for her on a three week trip to Australia.
Ali tells us all about her new backpack in this REI Trail 40 backpack review including why she doesn’t like top-loading bags and why pockets are important.
In the great debate of suitcase vs backpack, it really comes down to what you’re comfortable with when you travel.
In the backpack vs suitcase debate, Her Packing List is definitely more on team backpack. We give you 20 reasons why they’re more awesome than suitcases in this post.
Sandra and her family love a good hike, and they don’t let baby hold them back. With the Osprey Poco Premium backpack, they are able to continue their active hiking lifestyle with ease.
Michelle explains the ins and outs of her beloved backpack in this Osprey Kyte 46 backpack review, including why she went with the 46L over the 36L.
A reader recently asked me what my preferred backpack is these days, and I didn’t even hesitate before responding with this bag.
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.