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.
Female Backpack Reviews
For easier selection, have a look at this guide: The Best Travel Backpacks for Women
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.
A really thorough look at the Gregory Diva 60L backpack, brought to you by Allison Suter, a girl with plenty of experience given the fact she’s traveled around the world… twice!
To give others a better idea of what to look out for when backpack shopping, we’ve been running a series of interviews with traveling females about the pack they chose. This one comes from Caroline and is all about her Kelty Arch 65L.
What kind of backpack do you get if you’re a woman of short stature? Erica Kuschel decided to venture into the realm of kids backpacks and found the Deuter Fox 40, which you can read more about inside!
Choosing the right backpack is hard work, yet so very important! Laura Walker shares a little insight into the pack she’s chosen to take her around the world. Read more inside!
Choosing a backpack is often a difficult task, which is why we are taking the time to interview traveling females about the pack they use. Heather interviews Val Bromann about her Eagle Creek Explorer LT.
For most females, a women-specific pack will be a better choice, but it is good to note the difference between these and mens packs just in case a mens would be a better fit for you. There is no point in being uncomfortable.