Incase sent me this sleek travel backpack in the mail just before my trip back to The Bay last weekend. The "EO Travel Backpack" had enough room to fit all that I needed for my quick trip to witness my baby cousin's #thebigfatfilipinoirishwedding. I'm not the best of packers, but with the expandable main compartment, I was able to fit at least three days worth of clothes, my toiletry bag and two pairs of shoes. Don't believe me?
It would be sweet if the part of the "EO Travel Backpack" that held my iPad and cables could detach for use, like a day pack when I'm traveling. Then I could leave all of my clothes and things that I don't want to to bring for the day in my room. However, the compartment that held all my techie stuff felt very durable, built with solid material and appeared to be pretty weather resistant if I ever decide to get caught in a rainstorm while heading to some south swell spot in the Central America.
I'm use to traveling with my roller and was suspicious that this pack would be heavy and uncomfortable. But it totally wasn't! It felt light, fit my shoulders well and I was able to adjust it easily to the contours of my back. Pretty awesome travel back pack for people on the go! B.D. approved! Check out this link to Incase for more details.