9 Packable Daypacks For Minimalist Travel & Why You May Need One In Your Carry-On Backpack |
9 Packable Daypacks For Minimalist Travel & Why You May Need One In Your Carry-On Backpack
If you’ve ever arrived at your destination with a large backpack and wished you had a smaller bag to use for the day, let us introduce you to Packable Daypacks! And why you may need one for minimalist travel. How To Choose The Best Daypack: https://packhacker.com/guide/best-travel-daypack/
0:51 – What Is A Packable Daypack?
2:26 – Why Choose A Packable Daypack?
3:44 – Osprey Ultralight Stuff Pack https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/osprey/ultralight-stuff-pack/
4:47 – Matador Freerain24 2.0 https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/matador/freerain24-2-0/
5:48 – YNOT Deploy https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/ynot/deploy/
6:41 – Quechua Ultra-Compact Packable Backpack https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/quechua/ultra-compact-packable-backpack/
7:33 – Mystery Ranch In and Out https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/mystery-ranch/in-and-out-packable-daypack/
8:21 – Aer Go Pack https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/aer/go-pack/
9:27 – Tortuga Setout Packable Daypack https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/tortuga/setout-packable-daypack/
10:29 – Minaal Daily Bag https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/minaal/daily-bag/
11:30 – WANDRD VEER https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/wandrd/veer-18l/
We’ve tested and reviewed hundreds of different types of travel-focused gear, and in this video we’re focusing on packable daypacks and why you may need one. They’re essentially lightweight packs that you can compress, stash in a larger travel bag, and deploy when needed.
Most Packable Daypacks compress into a pocket or a small compression pouch, and pack down to the size of a soda can or smaller—others are designed to just lay flat. Either way, they’re handy when you need them, and stay out of the way when you don’t.
First and foremost, packable daypacks are great for minimal one bag travel. If you’re traveling with a larger travel backpack, you can bring along a packable daypack to use once you arrive at your destination. Some packable daypacks are even small enough where you can toss one in your jacket pocket and carry it around with you, just on the off-chance you might need a backpack at some point during the day.
There are many uses for packable daypacks outside of travel as well. You can keep one in your desk at work, in your car, or even in a saddlebag on your bike—just in case you need to hit the market on your way home. They allow you to be prepared to carry “stuff”—whatever that may be—at any moment, without having to lug around an empty backpack.
It’s important to note that with all the pros, there are some cons as well. Packable Daypacks are not suited for heavy daily use because of their lightweight materials, and they’re not the most comfortable packs to wear either. That being said, for one bag travel, we’ve found them to be practically indispensable. And they’re pretty dang convenient for everything else, too.
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