Not a Fan of Traveling Light? Check out these Backpacks Recommended for Carrying Clothes in 2020

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If you want a backpack that can can store your outfits without bursting at the seams then these are the bags for you! All of the following backpacks come recommended for having a high capacity whilst still being stylish and comfortable. Take a look below!

Osprey Archeon 25

This product was recommended by Victoria Philpott from VickyFlipFlopTravels

This travel backpack is awesome for weekend hikes. It’s just the right size to encourage you not to take too much and is well weighted so you can easily walk with it. The fold down top means you can fit lots in, and it’s safely in there and waterproofed if it should rain. I love the little pockets on the front to keep essentials, and a water bottle, and the design is really comfortable on your back. Inside there’s a laptop space so it’s actually great for weekly living too. I have the red one and use it for everything!

SwissGear 1990 Scansmart TSA Laptop Backpack

This product was recommended by Vince Massara from Your Fitness Radar

This backpack is very sturdy so it is useful in harsh conditions/weather, and also, all pockets have a large capacity, it can fit shoes. You won’t struggle with the zippers, they go smoothly.

Travel Backpack by Della Gao

This product was recommended by Philip Weiss from PhilipWeiss

This backpack is excellent both for everyday office to gym use or as hand luggage for plane travel. It has more than 20 pockets for clothes of all sizes, and its side compartment for a water bottle and umbrella are super convenient for everyday use. Additionally, it’s also good for any laptop that’s up to 17.3 inches in size. The fabric is waterproof, making it 100 percent safe to carry around in any weather. The USB charging port this backpack is awesome and has saved me from worrying about charging my phone.

Thule Subterra Daypack

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

Thule Subterra Daypack 25L is perfect for those who want to want to combine the sporting life with the everyday commute.

Timbuk2 the Authority Pack

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

The Authority Pack has plenty of room to accommodate your laptop and lots of extra items with ease.

Incase Icon Pack

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

Incase Icon Pack is made from patented “Woolenex,” abrasion-resistant fabric that’s woven from two different thicknesses of polyester fiber.

Zomake Ultra Lightweight Travel Backpack

This product was recommended by Pursottam Saini from Volume369

Affordable, water-resistant and multipurpose backpack that will solve your all packing problem. And the best thing about it that you can fold it like a pouch when you don’t need it.

Osprey Packs Aether

This product was recommended by Pursottam Saini from Volume369

Comes with anti-gravity feature, perfect for hikers and lifetime guarantee. Its extra pockets allow you to organize things you own and Airscape back panel keep you cool in a warm environment. If you’re an adventure lover then you need to buy this.

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