The DSPTCH Travel Backpack is a slick, minimalistic pack that offers an impressive amount of functionality and organization with only a few minor gripes. View Our Full Review:
0:00 – Intro
0:33 – Material & Aesthetic
1:32 – External Components
5:18 – Inside the Pack
10:06 – Durability & Testing
11:14 – Pros & Cons
11:58 – The Verdict
In this review, we are checking out the DSPTCH Travel Backpack. That is pronounced “Dispatch,” for the record. Clearly vowels just aren’t cool anymore.
DSPTCH is a San Francisco based company that prides themselves on creating better ways to use and transport gear. They’ve got a ton of different backpacks—from small day packs to messenger bags to large rucksacks. They even have a parental unit bag where you can attach your kid’s bag to yours when they get tired! But we’re interested in travel, so we’re testing out their aptly named “Travel Pack.”
In general, we’ve really been liking this pack. They’ve managed to pack a bunch of nice features into this thing while keeping a minimalistic look, which is no easy feat. There are a few low points on this bag but quite a few high points. And for the Pack Hacker veterans out there, this is one of the first packs we’ve tested that is not gray or black! Can you believe it? We really got out of our comfort zone with this one.
Overall, we think that DSPTCH has really knocked it out of the park with this pack. As we’ve said many times throughout this review, the amount of functionality they’ve packed into this bag while keeping that minimalistic look is pretty awesome. We did have a few gripes with the laptop compartment and the luggage roller system, but the pros seem to outweigh the cons here. If you’re looking for a one bag travel pack, the DSPTCH Travel Pack should definitely be on your list. Especially if you want something that’s not black or gray.
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