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Whether you are going for beach holiday, trekking or vacation back home, travel backpack is the most important thing that will be your 'small house' during travelling. Choosing the right backpack is the primary crucial task whether you are travelling for 2 days trip or long break. Choosing the right travel bag can be tricky, so to help you out we've compiled a few guidelines to make your backpack shopping a bit easier. There is no doubt a suitcase is more spacious but backpacks have their own advantages. If you are travelling alone or with friends, backpack is your best partner. You need not to worry about dragging suitcase on stairs or uneven or wet roads. We suggest you to invest in a travel bag that has both wheels and can be used as backpack. You can wheel it on smooth floor, at airports or stations and use it as backpack otherwise. Bigger the bag the more stuff you are likely to put in it.
Smaller is always better if you have a choice, so for a weekend trip a light backpack with a 35 to 50 liter capacity will be fine. For 3 to 5 day trips you may want a capacity ranging from 50 to 80 liters. Remember: you can always buy most items while travelling often at a lower price. Just don't go by this price while selecting bags. Don't buy anything which is cheap, it might rip or break during journey or after first use. Always look for quality, durability and warranty for bags. What could be better if you get good quality bag in discount or sale! Most of the weight you will be carrying around will be pushing down on your shoulders and hips, so you'll want a padded hip belt and padded shoulder strap to make supporting the weight more comfortable. A good bag must have multiple compartments. This way, you can break up your belongings into smaller sections so it's easier to access and find the stuff you need. Internal frame packs keep everything self contained and are definitely the most popular style for travel. Make sure each compartment has two zippers so you can lock them together. Though backpack need not to be completely waterproof, but semi waterproofing can help you clothes and other items from getting wet and damp in little rain. Be very particular about the weight of backpack. If you want an ultra light bag, be ready to compromise on other qualities. If you don't mind managing with 2 pair of clothing and want to experience adventure in compact form, light weight bags are the one for you.
It’s safe to start with the front compartments, with the part that basically defines the design itself. The GES25 has five pockets on the front. Two in the center, two on the sides and one at the bottom. The one in the middle is meant to hold a water bottle. Because it’s aligned perfectly in the center, the weight of the bag is also balanced. Other bags require you to put the water bottle on the side (and is usually an afterthought). The reason why the S25 is so popular is because of the number of pockets it provides. And these pockets are not small. Those are really big and let you carry a lot of stuff, especially 3d shaped items. Front water bottle compartment: This holds an insulated tumbler. Sometimes I add a water bottle with some snack as it’s big enough to hold a lot of things. Left compartment: 3D organizer cube (Mesh, Northwest Sky Halycon) with various kinds of chargers and cables. Right compartment: I put my Bose QC35 in Travel Stuff Sack (Northwest Skye, Size 2) The Bose has its own case, but it’s bulky.
The Travel Stuff sack is more modular. I can use it for my headphones, if needed I can use it for something else. Bottom compartment: This is the biggest one. This holds my coffee equipment: my grinder, the AeroPress (Coffee brewing device) and beans (and yes, coffee is very important for me). Because it’s so big I also put my camera or any other items. When you start using the Guide’s Edition S25 you appreciate how great these compartments are. All of them have O-rings (which means you can attach key straps or accessories with straps). All the items above fit perfectly inside the GE Synapse 25’s front compartments. It even has some spare room at the bottom compartment where I usually put my camera. Another benefit of these compartments is they are very modular. The front and bottom are perpendicular to each other, which means you can carry various kind of objects.