best checkpoint-friendly carry-on backpack that fits under seat
I have been on a quest to find the best backpack for my business travels. One that is . . .
- checkpoint friendly
- carry-on size (preferably 22" x 14" x 9" or under)
- distributes weight well so I can wear it while riding my motorcycle
and has enough capacity to carry . . .
- 15.6" notebook (~7 lbs.)
- 10" tablet
- projector (10.2" x 7.4" x 2.8")
- charger x3 (notebook, tablet, phone) and cables x 5 (various types and lengths)
- wireless mouse, compact digital camera, belkin mini surge protector
- flash drives x 3
- hygiene (toothbrush, paste, deodorant, lip balm, etc.)
- clothing for 3-5 days (I use the bundle method to pack, so it takes up less space)
I've looked at some tactical bags like the 5.11 Rush 24; and I've looked at some daypacks like the North Face Overhaul 40. Unfortunately, none of these seem to fit the bill.
If I could fit all of this in one carry-on size bag, I'd be ecstatic. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!0
I've had good luck with this: http://www.rei.com/product/803307/osprey-porter-46-travel-pack
I have a bag that I use to fit in the saddlebag of my Harley Davidson Flhx Street Glide. It is called The Bagger. I bought it like a million years ago at http://www.harleybags.com. I don’t know if they still sell it though. It looks like they only sell Harley motorcycle custom parts now.
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