Incase EO Travel Backpack Review | Streamlined & Versatile 24-33L Tech Bag

Incase EO Travel Backpack Review | Streamlined & Versatile 24-33L Tech Bag

11 thoughts on “Incase EO Travel Backpack Review | Streamlined & Versatile 24-33L Tech Bag

  1. Check out the Incase EO Travel Backpack vs Aer Travel Pack 2 comparison video over on our Quick Hits Channel:

  2. Tom, an idea for you! You should make a few episodes on the materials that go into bags. Compare and contrast different fabrics for instance. I’d like something super technical but maybe others wouldn’t. You could also compare handles, zippers or even just something like outer pockets. But definitely shoulder straps! Maybe you even deconstruct some bags for science.

  3. It's not a terrible bag, but you can see where they cut costs to bring it down to the $180 price point (when compared to say, AER).

  4. It’s kind of blah and a poorer designed, less thought out version of this type of bag. To see it done right look at the Black Ember Forge. There’s another expander you reviewed a while back and while I don’t remember the name it too looked a lot better. I can’t believe they went with #5 zips on an area where the zipper is used a lot and didn’t at least include a rain cover. Finally those straps look like they’ll be painful in a fully packed, extended wear travel scenario. This is the first bag in a while that I don’t have anything good to say about it.

  5. I always look up for your new videos and with Bo Ismono..good thing you had uploaded on the same day!☺Pack Hacker and Bo Ismono are the best reviewers for me..keep it up guys✌

  6. The full clamshell laptop compartment is a big miss on the design front if you ask me. I doubt it would be much quicker than removing the laptop, even if they they didn't pull you up on it. Then not even putting the same size zipper as the main compartment…

    I like the concept of expandable bags, but all those buckles and straps would drive me nuts. I can't see why they couldn't have put the compression straps on the inside, or just removed them and used the zipper for compression?

    Overall it still looks like quite a nice bag though 🙂

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