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



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Streamlined and functional, the Incase EO Travel Backpack is a versatile bag that expands from 24–33L. But we wish the harness system was more robust. View Our Full Review: https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/incase/eo-travel-backpack/

0:47 – Material & Aesthetic
2:32 – External Components
6:45 – Inside the Pack
10:44 – Durability & Testing
11:28 – Pros & Cons
12:05 – The Verdict

The Incase EO Travel Backpack is a 24L backpack that can be used for your everyday essentials or expanded to 33L to pack for longer trips. We’ve been testing the Incase EO Travel Backpack for the last month in Detroit, Michigan, Atlanta, Georgia, and San Pedro, Belize.

The Incase EO Travel Backpack offers some excellent organization and thoughtful access. It’s streamlined but functional. And the expandability makes it super versatile for both EDC and long-term travel—we’ve really enjoyed packing this thing out with our daily essentials and loading it up for longer trips. Although some areas of the bag feel a little cheap and lackluster—namely, the harness system—if you’re looking for a backpack that can be used daily and for travel, the Incase EO is a great option.

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  1. aayotechnology
    aayotechnology says:

    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.

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