PACKS FOR DIGITAL NOMADS
Discover the right packs for digital nomads and learn how other travellers are managing their luggage. Some prefer to go full-on minimal, others seem to want all the luxuries of home. I started my trip with an overly large backpack, but now I prefer to use rolling luggage (go team Samsonite), while all my electronics comes with me in my Venturesafe daypack.
DAYPACKS AND CARRY-ON
Taking inspiration from medical rucksacks the Special Forces use, it’s a rugged backpack that complies with carry-on size restrictions, while protecting your gear.
After version 1.0 sold out, the team at Minaal made a few upgrades and released a super-light pack that will keep you organized while protecting your electronic devices.
The lightest travel backpack this brand makes within carry-on dimensions, it’s got a backsystem that makes it easy to carry your gear comfortably on the road.
Designed by the nomads at Tortuga, it packs like a suitcase which makes it easy to get your clothes, and has adjustable hip straps to take the weight off if you’re filling it to the max.
A smaller pack which is ideal if you’re checking a bag, it’s stylish while incorporating anti-theft measures like eXomesh Slashguard mesh and RFID blocking materials.
One of the best “all-round” backpacking packs, it’s focused on being comfortable with a pivoting hip belt that makes it easy to take the weight from your shoulders.
Another pack focused on comfort, where this one stands out is how comfortable it is when you’ve packed it with a heavy load, plus it’s U-shaped opening makes it easy to get at your stuff.
A pack without all the bells and whistles, it’s ideal if you’re working within a budget or a looking for a simple pack that’s rugged and durable.
Great pockets for staying organized, especially their “beaver tail” that fits things like thongs or a frisbee, while being an extremely light pack.
A hard-shell (polycarbonate) they claim to be unbreakable, along with free-spinning wheels, and an interior compression system to fit everything in.
One of the most durable cases in the world, they protect your belongings with their aluminium-magnesium case, they’ve got free-spinning wheels and stand up to frequent travel.
A hard polycarbonate case to protect your stuff, this case feels incredibly light for its size and the wheels make it easy to roll at the airport.
Combining durability with affordability, the free-spinning wheels make it easy to roll, while the expandable option allows you to gain an additional 25 percent space.
A fabric option for rolling luggage, that is both expandable and sturdy, with pockets and compression straps to keep your belongings organized.