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Carryology's Best One Bag Travel Ultralight Gear & Packing List

September 30, 2015

Best One Bag Travel Ultralight Gear & Packing List

BY , SEPTEMBER 30, 2015
  • A quick airport exit as you breeze past fellow passengers staking out positions around the baggage carousel. A sigh of gratitude from your body that you don’t need to lug a massive suitcase during your travels. A happy flap from your wallet that you saved some moolah on baggage fees. The benefits of one bag travel are undeniably appealing – but the prospect of doing it is likely daunting for the uninitiated. What bag do you use? What do you pack? What do you leave behind? What if unexpected situations crop up that you haven’t planned for?

One bag travel packing lists need to be tailored to each trip, but seeing someone else’s list can be a great source of inspiration for your own bag contents. As a filmmaker and the owner of Aviator Camera Gear, our new contributor Zeke Kamm is no stranger to travel. However, for a nine-day trip to England with his family he decided for the first time to embrace the one bag travel challenge. Turns out, it was a pretty liberating experience. Journey into the world of one-bagging and unpack his carry contents in this helpful video…

If you have the time you can watch the whole 30min video in one sitting, or watch it in chunks via the links below:

One Bag Basics

The Bag

Apparel

Accessories

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Thunderbolt Sportswear jeans

For active travel in cool climates Thunderbolt jeans are an excellent choice. Despite the ‘jeans’ tag, they’re not denim, but a technical fabric which is wind-resistant, water-resistant and dirt-resistant on the outside while comfortable on the inside thanks to its soft lining and four-way stretch. So you can wear them all day, sightseeing in the city or hiking in the hills, and they still look good when you go to a bar in the evening.

  • Plus points: durable, comfortable, weather-resistant; male's sizes only
  • Worth noting: one rear pocket has a hidden security zip, useful to guard against pickpockets
  • Cost: $200
  • Rating: quality 9/10; practicality 9/10; value 8/10
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