Timbuk2 Sells Two Types Of Items [UPDATED]
Thanks to its super-smooth rolling action and durable softshell case, the two-wheeled Timbuk 2 Copilot is one of our favorite models, and it sells for a very reasonable price. The compact size and good mobility work well for posh adventures via plane and train or on rougher road trip destinations. The suitcase offers some of the most robust and well-laid-out organizational features in our lineup, including a mesh panel on either side of its clamshell design with an inlaid set of smaller mesh pockets for odds and ends. It even has a unique peek-a-boo u-zip opening to allow access to items in the front half of the bag without having to unzip the entire suitcase, which is a huge bonus. We also love the easy-access storage pocket up top and the fact that there's a haul handle on all four sides.
Timbuk2 Sells Two Types Of Items
There are two types of travel backpacks: ones big enough to substitute for your carry-on, and ones that pass as personal items. Peak Design's 45L Travel Back is the former. It unzips open like a suitcase, giving you unfettered access to its spacious center compartment. There are also access points via the side and top, too, plus waterproof pockets for smaller items like keys or a passport. Once you take it off, there's a handle for towing it like a duffle bag as well. 350c69d7ab