10 Sling Bags For Every Occasion | Should You Travel With One?
We looked at 60-plus slings when making our in-depth sling bag guide, and in this video we’re taking a look at 10 that have stuck out to us and will work for a variety of personal styles. How To Choose The Best Sling Bag For You:
Check out all of our sling reviews:
0:00 – Intro
0:58 – Why Choose A Sling?
1:44 – Aer Day Sling 2
3:12 – Arc’teryx Maka 2 Waistpack
4:26 – Chrome Industries MXD Notch Sling Bag
5:50 – CabinZero Hip Pack 2L
7:14 – Tom Bihn Side Effect
8:55 – Herschel Supply Co. Form Crossbody
10:24 – Pacsafe Venturesafe X Anti-Theft Sling Pack
11:56 – Patagonia Atom Sling
13:12 – Peak Design Everyday Sling 3L
15:10 – Hyperlite Mountain Gear Versa
Love them or hate them, sling bags have exploded in popularity the past few years. But these controversial bags are more than just a fashion accessory. They’re also a convenient way to keep your daily essentials handy and organized while traveling the world—or simply living your life.
As long as you don’t mind a slings resemblance to the polarizing fanny pack, they make the ideal companion. They hold everything that’s usually inside of your pockets and more gear that you’d like to bring around with you for the day—like a camera, sunscreen, tools, a notebook and pen, water bottle or a packable jacket—the possibilities are endless. We like to call this PocketsPlus.
Slings are also a great option for one bag travelers who would like to have a small personal item for flights. They’ll fit almost everything you could ever want in-flight…within reason, of course. Plus, you can throw the entire thing in a bin, and breeze through airport security easily.
Remember, there isn’t one sling bag that will work for everyone. You need to consider your use-case to find the sling that will work for you.
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