A little while back I was introduced to a new brand on my radar, CabinZero and I couldn’t have been more thrilled.
Over the last couple of years I have been switching from rolled cabin case to rucksacks and handbags for our family adventures and I liked the sound of these uniquely stylish offerings from CabinZero. However the question for me was, how well they coped in my real world of adventures beyond an aeroplane?
When my classic 44L ultralight cabin bag arrived I was even more thrilled as the purple cloud colour way was even more striking in real life with it deep purple waterproof polyester and it’s contrasting orange detailing.
The CabinZero bag some with a massive 10 year warranty, thick super padded straps for comfort and side compression straps to tighten the load and compress to fit in the required sizing for set airline sizing.
The bag also has top and side handles, a front zipped pocket along with an inside zipped and mesh pockets not to mention the in-built Global Luggage Tracker, powered by Okoban that gives the piece of mind no matter where you travel.
Inside the bag there is a super full length slip in compartment that is ideal for laptops and tablets keeping them flat and yet surrounded by padding inside.
For me what has been even more shocking is me being able to fit in the contents of my normal roller cabin case cabin with ease and the fact I expected it to feel super heavy but it didn’t.
This CabinZero bag has certainly shown its more than built for planes as I have used this bag for weekends away and even camping! It’s such an ideal size I no longer have the panic of not quite being able to fit in my belongings for a weekend away when I can’t decide on what to pack … I just pack it all.
I have loved it so much so I am even considering buying the slightly smaller 36l version as a toddler changing bag too!
Thank you CabinZero to making my adventures a lot less stressful and a whole lot more stylish!
Disclaimer: We were sent this product for the purposes of this review. All thoughts and opinions were independently formed by members of The Oliver’s Madhouse.