Backpacks & Rucksacks
CABINZERO COLLECTION OF BACKPACKS & RUCKSACKS
Out on the road exploring or commuting every day, you need luggage that won’t let you down. From travel backpacks to work backpacks, we’ve got something in store for you.
MINIMALIST BACKPACK DESIGN
We focus on the key functionality of backpacks for men and women - this is why our rucksacks are designed with basic features that are practical and optimised.
Our backpacks are designed to fit most airlines’ cabin baggage allowance - meaning no hassles for checked bags at the airport.
From adventure backpacks, travel backpacks, military backpacks and classic backpacks for everyday use, our backpacks are easily spotted on the street, backpacks for school, on the beach, or in the jungle.
CARRY IT THE WAY YOU WANT
CabinZero Backpacks designed with a top and side handle - plus the trolley handle sleeve on premium models - CabinZero backpacks give you the flexibility to carry without any hassles.
OKOBAN TRACING TAG
Leave the fear of losing track of your luggage away with the Okoban tracking system attached to all of our backpacks.
CabinZero bags are spacious. Our 44L collection backpacks has a huge capacity. So your CabinZero bag should have a lot of space to pack every items you'll need on your trip.
We love a wide range of stylish backpack colours. Our Classic backpack and waterproof backpack line is available in 25 different colours and 4 sophisticated patterns.
DESIGNED TO BE MULTIPURPOSE
Explore our backpack collections that are designed to fit different user needs - from daypacks and work backpacks to bags that are ideal for your workout sessions.
Great for urban city dwellers and support your daily adventures - these daypack keep your journey hassle-free.
A multipurpose laptop backpack is a game changer if you were to choose that one-bag for your every adventure.
GYM & SPORT BACKPACKS
The training companions for athletes and fitness enthusiasts - transport your fitness kit day-to-day without any hassles.
BACKPACKS FOR WORK
Backpacks for business class commuters, coffee shop freelancers or digital nomads who are not into briefcase.
FAQs about CabinZero Backpacks
You will need to take several factors of your trip into consideration when you’re thinking of which CabinZero backpack to get, such as the length of the trip (which will assist you in deciding the right volume), or if there is much walking or hiking (which will determine whether you need additional back & shoulder support features). Another important aspect to bear in mind is the cabin bag requirements of the airlines you’re going to fly with, if you’re not planning on paying extra charges for a carry-on bag.
First of all, let’s talk about the volume. If you’re going on a weekend getaway trip for 2-3 days, a Classic/Military 28L or Classic Plus/Classic Pro 32L backpack will be an excellent choice to pack everything you need. If you’re taking a longer holiday or going on long-term travels, consider getting a Classic/Military 36L or 44L to accommodate a larger amount of belongings.
The second question is, when do you need the additional advanced features such as hip belts, the padded back support or sternum straps?—If your trip requires a lot of walking whilst carrying the backpack around, consider getting a backpack with a back support system to protect your back, and a hip belt to distribute the loads to your hips instead of your shoulders (which is a huge life-saving tip!). These features are available on the Classic Plus, Classic Pro, Military, ADV and ADV Pro collections.
Last but not least, think about the airlines you’re flying with. Why are they so important? If you’re a frequent passenger on low-cost airlines like Ryanair or Wizz Air, you probably know already that they do check if your bag fits into their airport sizer and size requirements. If it doesn’t, an additional fee will need to be paid out of your pocket. To avoid this extra unnecessary money, carefully check the airline’s cabin bag requirements and follow their guidelines. We’ve compiled a list of common airlines here, including the low-cost ones, and a guide to shop for the right CabinZero backpack according to the size policy.
Each of your CabinZero backpacks comes with a care label inside the main compartment. You should be able to find everything you need there on how to take care of your bag, how to wash and dry it properly, and things to avoid.
We’ve tailored a guide on how to clean your CabinZero backpacks in this article where you can find a full explanation on what each icon means on the care label.
To adjust the hip belt to fit your physique, try the following steps:
- Step 1: Put your backpack on. Move the belt until the padding fits the top of your hip bones. If it’s too high or too low, try adjusting the shoulder straps to raise or lower the belt until it sits on the top of your hips.
- Step 2: Adjust the hip belt buckles. Be careful not to over tighten it, as you don’t want it to be uncomfortably pinching your hips.
- Step 3: Check the padding again to make sure it sits on the top of your hips, if it doesn’t, try readjusting the shoulder straps and the hip belt.
We are globally present and there are more than 1000 CabinZero stockists worldwide. You can find the nearest store by trying our Store Finder.
If we’re not in your local area—don’t worry, we’ll get there soon. In the meantime, please purchase your desired backpack from our online store. See delivery rates and times here.
Yes you do need a rain cover for your CabinZero backpack in case you travel to tropical places during the rainy season. Our rain cover is designed to fit backpacks of all sizes up to 44L
Yes. Our 28L and 36L backpacks fit most airline’s size requirements for the free cabin bag allowance. For low-cost airlines like Ryanair or Wizz Air, the CabinZero 28L backpacks would be your best bet as they are designed following these airlines’ carry-on requirements and fit right in the airport sizer.
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