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eBags eTech 2.0 Weekender Convertible


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  • nylon
  • A true hands-free carry on. It converts from a duffel into a backpack in seconds
  • Front organization panel keeps small items in place and makes finding them a breeze
  • Zippered laminated mesh pocket inside is perfect for travel documents
  • Contoured airmesh backpack straps for exceptional comfort, hide away in the rear compartment
  • Elastic shock-loaded sternum strap is adjustable and removable

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Looking for a true convertible? the eTech 2.0 Weekender Convertible converts from a duffel into a hands free carry on in seconds. We believe it is one of the best short trip travel packs you can find Suitcase-style entry; converts to a backpack for easy carrying. Perfect for the active traveler.

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    Straps are comfortable on my shoulders.
    melissa hawthorne
    Always fits in overhead bins, even in weird/small planes.
    David D. Nowell, PhD
    The are the perfect pack for this kind of travel.
    steven l newhouse

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 16, 2013
    Color Name: Indigo Verified Purchase
    Ok, I'm a Rick Steves fan, and he promotes a bag on this order. Holds same amount as a 22" wheeled carryon ,but has backpack straps instead of wheels. His argument: A lot of the times, the wheels are more of a hindrance than a help. I tend to agree. Wheels stick out, and don't fit into some spaces. On some terrain, wheels don't work that well.Plus, the telescoping handle on wheeled bags adds size and weight (and sometimes jamb at bad times) A bag like this has no particular structure, so it will fit a lot more places. There are no issues with rolling, just put it on your back. Bag itself is quite light (of course, no wheels or telescoping handle to add weight, so that makes sense) Fully loaded, it is actually pretty comfortable to wear, and the straps are intelligently designed so you can carry quite a bit of weight without it being a problem. Has several well-designed pockets, shoulder straps, a chest strap, and a waist strap. All straps tuck into the pocket on the back if you just want to use the handles. Bag smashes flat when unloaded. I've only used it once, but it seems well made, I expect it to hold up for a long time. I'll update if there are issues, or just as it wears and let you know.
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    23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By David D. Nowell, PhD on February 3, 2014
    After much online research, and after looking at many similar (more expensive) bags, I went with this one. After several trips now, I'm glad I did. Combined with a lot of one-bag packing tricks I can use this bag for extended trips. Always fits in overhead bins, even in weird/small planes. If no overhead space is left, it squishes under the seat in front of you. No way my 21" roller bag would do that. When the airline starts telling everybody that there's no overhead storage left and everyone has to check bags, just put it on your back like a backpack, nobody will question it. Carry it like a suitcase into a decent hotel when you don't want to look like a student (the black one looks convincingly like regular luggage), or throw it on your back when you want to zip down stairs rather than waiting with all the slowpokes on the escalator. And I don't worry about snow, mud, or pitted parking lots because I'm not dragging a wheeled bag. I'd recommend using packing cubes with this.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Robert W. Lehman Jr. on August 31, 2013
    Color Name: Olive Verified Purchase
    Very good carry on bag with conversion to a back pack. Quality zippers, material, straps and handles. Good thought to compartments and interior storage and how a person packs. Size is perfect for overhead storage compartments on a plane and then very easy to put on your back when you have another suitcase to pull or carry.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Miss Deb on August 26, 2013
    Color Name: Plum Verified Purchase
    This bag is excellent. I was shocked at how well it was designed and how much it held. (I used it with eBags packing cubes). One caveat, though it held everything I needed for a 2-week jaunt through Europe, it wasn't a comfortable carry for me. I found myself wishing I had opted for a wheeled bag, but for a product of this sort, it is a very well constructed bag.
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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ward Cleaver on March 23, 2014
    Color Name: Onyx Verified Purchase
    I travel a lot for business and use a roller bag which works great for 2-3 day trips. However, we were going on a weeklong family vacation with tight airline connections/customs lines so we decided to try the "One Bag" travel method. I did a lot of online research on the subject and this bag was well rated. We had laundry facilities so we packed about 4 days worth of clothes for a 7 day trip. My teenage daughter had to make some mentally exhausting clothing decisions but even she managed to narrow things down. These bags can be carried short distances by the conventional handles or like a backpack for longer distances. As for traveling with full bags, I was doing a great impression of a pack mule because I carried my wife's bag as well as mine, one strap per shoulder. (She carried my small backpack and a large handbag so she was doing her part as well). So just keep in mind that if your personal item is also a backpack then your shoulders are going to get really tired between airline gates. The bags are very high quality and well designed but if you've got a bad back then get a roller bag or hire a Sherpa.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. LaPorte on August 26, 2014
    Color Name: Olive Verified Purchase
    This is going to be a long review, but I really want you to know how much stuff this bag fits! It's deceiving!

    We took this bag on our 3 week honeymoon all over Europe and it was PERFECT!! Passed all of the specifications for carry on for European airlines (their specifications are smaller than most US airlines). It saved us the trouble of lugging around our rolling luggage from train station our hotels, skipping baggage claim at the airport, and avoiding the hassle of rolling bags on the cobblestone streets.

    If you're worried about bringing wine home etc. skip to the bottom to see what we did!

    THE FULL STORY:
    I was skeptical to purchase this backpack because I usually overpack, a little too much, and I was really nervous about "packing light" for 3 weeks.
    HOWEVER! I purchased this bag due to my coworker's constant warnings that it would not be fun to be rolling my traditional/gigantic luggage around, and she was completely right! I bought the bag, purchased some "packing cubes" (another first for me) and began to pack. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND purchasing packing cubes because if you want to open up your backpack in public to get whatever you need out, you don't want everything falling out, or everyone looking at everything that you've packed. It really helps in organizing your stuff in the event that you accidentally packed the map at the bottom of the bag ;D .. Although I tried to pack light... I still packed a little too much.. But I can't help it! (honestly, I probably could have packed lighter though :D.. )
    Now, women's tops/shirts are definitely smaller in size- when I have time I will update with my husband's packing list.
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