ADV 32L Absolute Black
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25 Year warranty
This all-new member of the CabinZero family is designed for the more adventurous traveller. It combines all the trademark CabinZero bag features, including a quick-access zip pocket, a main compartment that can be loaded from the top or the front, a water bottle holder and a stow-away waist belt and shoulder straps.
875 g / 1 lb 15 ounces
46 x 31 x 20 cm / 18.1" x 12.2" x 7.9"
- Side compression straps
- D-ring Connectors
- High density Polyethylene frame sheet
- Rear Panel air flow system
- Shoulder strap air flow system
- Top handle
- Side handle
- Telescopic handle sleeve
- Top tension straps
- Lockable sliders on the main compartment
- Bottle pocket
- Key clip
- Top quick access zipper pocket
- Laptop sleeve
- Matt finish Nylon 500 Denier Rip-Stop fabric
- Water resistant coating
- YKK® zippers - Features the highest quality primary zips
Tho the color is a bit different than the actual which is understandable, it is still worth every dollar and wait for this. 2nd Cabin Bag. Always good to have your products!
I'm a huge CabinZero fan after taking the classic 44L around the world multiple times. It also became my daily office bag, perfect for holding everything I needed, plus space for more if I needed to do some quick shopping or carry equipment from site to site. As I move between offices a lot and take public transport, I need my "office in a bag" to hold: - 14" laptop - Charger - Wireless phone headset - Power bank - Associated cables for above - Water bottle - Umbrella - Paperwork - First aid kit - Change of clothes and shoes. The Classic would handily hold everything and more, but once it became loaded more than 3/4 full, the basic straps and general shape became uncomfortable to lug around as it poked into my back I picked up an ADV 42L in the hopes the improved strap system and pocket structure would become my daily driver, but while it was perfect for interstate and overseas travel (pre-COVID) the extra length and non-removable waist straps drew funny looks on public transport for day-to-day office use - it definitely resembles a hiking pack more than an office bag. Even though there is only a nominal 2L difference between the ADV 42L and the Classic 44L, the different rigidty in materials and overall design (ADV feels more rectangular to Classic's square) felt like I am more restricted what I can stuff into the ADV. I purchased the 32L with the intent that the smaller size and waist-strapless design would suit office life better, but have found that the drop in carrying capacity has also come with compromises, making me have to choose what my "office in a bag" is able to accommodate on any given day. Some days I have to decide whether I want to include the umbrella or water bottle, or whether a certain pair of shoes will still comfortably fit for the day's journey Materials and build quality feel top notch as always New backing material means much less arriving at my destination with a sweaty back after a moderate walk I love the strap system and better pockets for organisation, but miss the secret pocket in the Classic 44L, along with its spacious capacity. External water bottle holder is very welcomed and avoided some spills internally that I would have otherwise experienced, but depending on what I need to carry can eat away at the internal storage space if contents are too rigid In the end I'm not sure if I'll stick with the 32L, put up with the comments and go back to the ADV 42L, or deal with the discomfort and revert back to the Classic 44L.
The bag sits comfortably at the back with the support system. Doesn't feel the weight despite loaded with almost 3L of water and other stuffs for daily use.
I had the 42L Adv, and I loved it. But the 32L I had was too small hence I’ve requested for a replacement. Still waiting for feedback. Emailed since last week.
I was able to pack all necessities for a 1 week vacation