Here is a Cabin Zero Travel Backpack review, best carry on and daypack when you’re travelling!
A backpack is an essential gear for every traveller to make our journey easier. I recently travelled to Asia and tested the new travel backpack from Cabin Zero.
The Cabin Zero backpack has its potentials and advantages.
I was a sceptic at first about the thought of a 44L backpack that can be used as carry-on luggage. Cabin Zero lived up to its name, an ultralight backpack!
I went through the airline baggage counter and passed through with no problems. I managed to fit two laptops in the backpack laptop pocket and still had a plenty of room for my other valuables.
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My Cabin Zero Backpack
Vintage 44L – My Sore Red
Built-in Global Luggage Tracker, powered by Okoban.
You will simply have to go to www.okoban.com to register for free. Each backpack has its unique code from Okoban attached near the side handle of the bag. So in case you lose your bag, you can still have a chance to be reunited with your backpack.
Airline approved size
The backpack is specially designed to conform the airline carry-on luggage size specification.
You can check the full features and specifications of the backpack by visiting their website www.cabinzero.com
I am pleased with the craftsmanship and durability of the Cabin Zero backpack. I would recommend it as a great carry-on luggage and a daypack for your travels.
The backpack doesn’t have a hip belt, a water bottle pocket and ergonomic back for comfortable airflow.That would be ideal for long-term backpacking. I suppose this will also compromise the extra weight that the backpack would have.
Overall, I love my Cabin Zero backpack that is perfect as a carry-on luggage and day pack.
This travel backpack was given complimentary by the Cabin Zero team for me to review. All photos and opinions in this article are my own.