ADV PRO 32L Atlantic Blue
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25 Year warranty
Designed for travellers who are always ready for the next adventure, the ADV Pro is a new addition to the CABINZERO family. Rugged and practical, it has all the trademark CABINZERO 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.
920 g / 2 lb 0 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
- Sternum Strap
- Telescopic handle sleeve
- Top tension straps
- Lockable sliders on the main compartment
- External bottle pocket
- Key clip
- Tracing Tag
- Main compartment: Bungee cord with side release buckle
- Padded laptop sleeve
- Top quick access zipper pocket
- Matt finish Nylon 500 Denier Rip-Stop fabric
- Water resistant coating
- YKK® zippers - Features the highest quality primary zips
In my search for the perfect travel bag, I narrowed my choices down to two bags -- the Osprey Porter 30 and Cabin Zero ADV Pro 32. I placed the order for the Cabin Zero first on Feb. 22 and the Osprey on the 25th. Both were ordered direct from the manufacturer. The Osprey arrived March 2, at which time there was still no order status from Cabin Zero. I was impressed by the Osprey and was going to cancel the Cabin Zero order but I finally got an update March 3 that the shipping label had been generated. From there, it took another 12 for delivery. I expected the actual shipment to take a while but I felt 9 days to process an order was excessive. After all, the Osprey order was placed 3 days after the Cabin Zero order and it still arrived a day before the ADV Pro even had a shipping label. When the ADV Pro arrived, however, I was pleasantly surprise. The bright "Atlantic Blue" color depicted on the website was NOT my favorite color choice. I only went with that option because the bag was on sale. In person, "Atlantic Blue" is actually much darker, almost a navy blue which I greatly prefer. So big points there! Between this bag and the burnt orange Porter, I prefer the color of the Cabin Zero. This bag is supposedly 500D nylon -- same as the Porter 30 -- however the Porter feels much more robust. Perhaps it's a different weave? Perhaps the Porter has more layers or padding? Either way, the Porter definitely feels more rugged and wins the durability category. Another area where the ADV Pro wins is simplicity. Of the two bags, I like the simpler layout/organization of the ADV Pro. Overall, however, I prefer the Porter. Not only does it feel more robust and better made but it was also about $50 cheaper. Only time will tell which one outperforms the other. That being said, the ADV Pro is a great bag and I will definitely use it to travel. Its simplicity appeals to me. If the material were thicker, the ADV Pro would probably get my vote as the better bag.
Used the bag for a trip to Asia at the beginning of last year, it looks small but there is plenty of space inside for a trip like that if you don't bing to much. After my trip, I've been using it as my everyday bag, and I'm enjoying it very much. Durable material, waterproof.
It exceeded my expectations. Awesome bag. Two thumbs up. Can't wait to use it when I go back to work and travel again.
i was expecting it to be another great quality bag same with my other 12 cabin zeroes, but it turned out to be much better than i saw in the pictures! I used it for the first time today and it was amazing and great to use!!
I have been using the bag for more than a year and I am still loving it. My laptop (16") fits perfectly along with a couple of packing cubes, perfect for a long weekend trip!