Reviews by Topic

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Comfort

Atlas Packs Athlete

(1/2)

Important: Choose the Adventure or Athlete hip belt – otherwise you will have literally no padding on your hips. I don’t recommend using the bag without a hipbelt either. The Adventure belt is more comfortable as it provides two layers of foam padding and a wider webbing and buckle – it’s also bigger and bulkier.

Positive
21 days ago

Mammut Seon Transporter 26

(1/1)

My go-to is the [Seon 3-way]([URL REMOVED] which has been updated to a 20L design since I bought (I have 18L). I am not a digital nomad, but I am a professional road warrior flying 150-200k+ domestic & international miles per year and have yet to find a complaint about either of the Seon models. They're just great comfortable, good looking packs, and the price is right. I often travel with 2 laptops, an iPad, ANC headphones, light jacket, etc

Positive
mrvarmint
9 months ago

Carry-on

Mammut Seon Transporter 26

(1/1)

I came home from a snowy vacation less-than-pumped about my current travel backpack being a. too heavy and b. not fitting under the seat in front of me! I measured my boyfriend’s TNF backpack and this is smaller, lighter, and is more water resistant (I sprayed it with a hose while it had my iPad in it—for science and Moosejaw). It also held the same amount of clothes as my other pack, but without the need for packing cubes

Neutral
AJDVT
4 years ago

Size

Mammut Seon Transporter 26

(1/1)

I came home from a snowy vacation less-than-pumped about my current travel backpack being a. too heavy and b. not fitting under the seat in front of me! I measured my boyfriend’s TNF backpack and this is smaller, lighter, and is more water resistant (I sprayed it with a hose while it had my iPad in it—for science and Moosejaw). It also held the same amount of clothes as my other pack, but without the need for packing cubes

Neutral
AJDVT
4 years ago