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About Amazon Basics Carry On Travel Backpack

  • Carry-on travel backpack with internal, zippered laptop sleeve; ultra-flexible and lightweight; made of durable polyester
  • Main compartment with zippered mesh space, optional midway shelf, and internal/external compression straps
  • Front pocket and front-top pocket for easy access to documents and travel liquids; main upper packing compartment with organizer, expandable storage space tuck-away ID pocket
  • Padded shoulder straps disconnect easily and store away in zippered back pocket; removable sternum strap, waist belt, and shoulder strap; well-placed exterior handles
  • Main compartment measures 5.5 by 13 to 14 by 21.5 inches (LxWxH); main upper packing compartment measures 3 to 5 by 13 to 14 by 21.5 inches (LxWxH); full-expansion zipper creates 10% more packing space

20 reviews for Amazon Basics Carry On Travel Backpack

  1. Eric

    I use this bag for all my business travel up to a week. Easily fits into any overhead compartment, even on commuter aircraft. It’s great to not have wait in the jetway for a gate checked bag! Plus it’s well built with a smart design.

  2. Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer

    First trip, by train and car, went well. This was great for a few days travel, or longer if you pack light. Held three good size packing cubes that squished in as they are meant to, then have compression straps on each half to keep in place, and outside straps on either side to buckle down further. The zipper for 2 inches of expansion is useful.Will try the waist strap next time, but found the backpack and sternum straps easy and comfortable, and solid top and side handles to grab quickly. Backpack straps can be unclipped and go into own zipper compartment.Seems durable enough, but unsure how it would hold up on heavy travel, but might be fine. I’m glad to be replacing my duffle, which gets heavy on the shoulder.Inside lid has a mesh zipper compartment. Rear laptop sleeve is well padded, with Velcro latch. Front pockets are good for small items, tickets, little cosmetic bag, phone cord and charger. You could tuck a water bottle inside for quick access.Got the blue, which is pretty and stands out more than another black bag.

  3. Victor D. Montalvo Alvarez

    I have mixed feelings, about this backpack, for starters in the positive side, this is a well made, good materials, strong, have carried it through Ireland and Scotland, and it fits perfectly as a carry on. The negative side is that for someone with a height of 5’4, the backpack dimensions makes it very hard to move it around. I felt like a hobbit carrying another hobbit on my back. If you are over 5’7 you are golden…

  4. C. Alameda

    I picked this up on sale, so for $35 it was definitely worth it. This is my primary carry-on for business trips now, and frequently is the only bag I travel with (probably 20 trips now). The bag has held up well, and carries a LOT of stuff. At that price point, I’d have a hard time telling you not to get it if you were trying to decide between this bag and a more expensive one. But I do have some ergonomic gripes with it that may help decide if this is the bag for you.1. The clips where the straps hook into the bottom of the bag really dig into my size 38 waist. More fit / trimmer folks may not notice this, but it’s annoying.2. The top of the bag where the straps are sewn in is reinforced with some kind of plastic strap – probably great for durability. But this thing bows out directly into your spine between your shoulder blades when there’s a laptop loaded in its sleeve. It’s REALLY annoying.3. The handles are not particularly well padded, and hence are very uncomfortable to hold.4. The laptop sleeve thingee is weird / not super friendly to use, and isn’t padded.5. It’s great that the bag expands, but the compression straps on the outside are pretty long and dangly. If they aren’t being fully used, they look pretty dumb and cheap. If you aren’t taking this into businesses that’s not an issue, but if it’s your sole carry-on on a business trip, it doesn’t look very professional. If I’ve got a fancier meeting to go to, I’ll pack a smaller bag inside this one to take into those meetings, which kind of defeats the purpose of having a single bag, and of course adds weight and takes up space.6. The bag feels and looks pretty cheap. Again, if it’s just you, the bag, and an airplane, this may be a total non-issue, but as it follows me to work and meetings a lot, it’s not the nicest thing to take along. I won’t be surprised if it fails rather suddenly in the middle of a trip.7. It needs more zipper compartments inside. The pockets are designed to be used when the bag is held vertically (as a backpack), but if you use the shoulder strap or side carry handle, things can fall out inside the front compartment, forming a puddle of gum, pens, business cards, charging cables, etc.

  5. CGolly

    After YEARS of trying to find the perfect travel bag, this one has taken the #1 position in my arsenal. Typically I would use my duffle bag that has wheels and carry handle, but time and many travels have begin wearing that bag down. In preparation for my trip with a 2 year old in tow, I needed something easy and hands free. After reviewing EVERY option on Amazon, it was down to 3 different backpacks. Having not traveled airlines in 3-4 years, rules and regulations change often and I was pleased to see this backpack 

    AmazonBasics Carry-On Travel Backpack, Black

     has all of the up-to date regulations required. Going down the list of things I needed in a travel bag:TSA Carry on size capable.Plenty of pockets and storage for little thingsExpandable main compartmentLaptop/Tablet storageSturdy straps/HandlesLightweight (Depending on what I pack inside)When I received this bag, I was extremely pleased to see the quality in the build! for a 50$ bag this has EVERYTHING Comparing this bag to the other bags on amazon. I was also looking at a very large price difference ranging from 129$ to 229$. Being budget minded, I opted to try this risk free due to Amazon’s return policies. (Love you guys!), again, let me say this: This bag is IMPRESSIVE. It EASILY fit my very large and bulky Dell Precision M6800 (Normal 17″ laptop bags are not actually a TRUE 17″ laptop bag), over a weeks worth of clothes (Carefully packed of course), along with cables, chargers, and a few personal items.The few things I wish this bag had are listed below (Hint Hint Amazon!):A brighter color interior (Amazon Orange would have been nice!) instead of the gray insides.More “clip” locations for carabiners or water bottle storage of sorts, recommendations would be a plastic clip or two at the top or bottom corners of the bag, or a clip location on the front corner of the bag, or sewn band straps on the front or bottom corners of the bag for clips.A hardened/reinforced bottom on the backpack. *See explanation below* When using this bag as a backpack, i opted to have the bag sit upright. Having a reinforced or hardened bottom side on the backpack would increase the durability of the backpack quite a lot especially with lots of use. When using in suitcase style, this would need a reinforced back padding or bumper of sorts.Overall, I have and will continue to recommend this bag in the distance future. Opting for the choices of other bags, this bag was extremely comfortable to wear, and carry (I am 6’3″, and 215lbs).

  6. David Miller

    I really like this bag. I say “bag,” because I’ve only carried it like a suitcase, never like a pack, though I might try that on a trip coming up this month. I’ve had it for about a year now, and have taken it across the U.S., to Tahiti, New Zealand, and Europe. I think it’s brilliantly designed and I have had no quality or construction issues. Well, it’s developed a couple small holes in the mesh on the back, so I guess I must have snagged it on something.The design is terrific. It’s so flexible – in that you can carry it any of three ways – and in the way you can load it up. I use packing cubes to keep me organized – a bigger one for shirts, shorts and a sweater, and a smaller one for underwear and sox. Placed over folded jeans and or slacks in the bottom of the bag, it makes it easy to pack and easy to see what you have. The laptop slot, which is well-padded, is huge, and my iPad gets a little lost in there, but I put a newspaper or magazine in with it to keep it company.For me, this bag is just about ideal. I suggest: Don’t overpack – just plan to wash undies and sox in the hotel sink every night or two (try ExOfficio; they dry in a couple hours), and don’t pick up too many dumb souvenirs.Next month (November 2019) I’m taking it to Italy and Switzerland and am expecting rain. I don’t know if it’s waterproof or not, so I just ordered a Yotako PVC Clear Suitcase Cover and a SolForis Backpack Rain Cover – each about $12 – and I’ll see which one I want to use. I’ll try to remember to update this review with info on those.

  7. CarefulShopper1

    This is a very well made lightweight backpack-like suitcase. It will meet virtually all carry-on requirements as long as it is packed with that objective in mind — i.e. with the expansion zipper closed, and only minimal items in the two outer compartments pockets that are not within the compression straps. (I also purchased a set of adjustable luggage straps to lash around the entire backpack and compress these top compartments to meet the 8-9″ overall depth requirement).As background, I was looking for a carry-on suitcase that I could use to carry my ski boots, helmet, and essential clothes for a couple of days after a bad experience where my luggage got delayed during a flight transfer. I wanted a backpack style because I will still be traveling with a large regular rolling suitcase so I didn’t want to have to manage two rollers. It has to be rugged and light, since I would be carrying at least 25-30 pounds plus the weight of the suitcase.I initially purchased the eBags TLS Mother Lode Weekender Convertible. However, during my first use I discovered that it had a fatal design flaw — the sternum strap (the strap across the chest that holds the shoulder straps in place when carrying a heavy weight) were attached using a simple compression clamp that came off on the first leg of my trip and could not be re-attached without special tools that I did not have. This allowed the straps to slide out, making the 30lb weight I was carrying extremely unwieldy on my shoulders. I therefore returned it.The AmazonBasics is the closest thing I’ve been able to find so far. It has nearly all of the eBags Weekender’s capability and functionality without the fatal sternum strap design flaw. It has some weaknesses (see cons below), so I will keep looking, but it is definitely very usable – and the price is excellent..Pros:- It is made of heavy duty fabric and zippers that — although not the superb quality of the eBags – have proven more than durable enough for rugged traveling purposes. It is also very light, coming in at just a little over 3 pounds (measured without the shoulder strap which I leave home).- The straps and padding are very comfortable, and the sternum strap (that caused the eBags to be unacceptable) is a supurb design — not only wrapping entirely around the main shoulder straps for durability, but also allowing vertical adjustability that greatly enhances comfort over long distances. – Flexible main packing space, with the expandable main compartment. – Excellent large laptop pocket that is accessible from the top. Note however that it is only good for a laptop, tablet, or other thin, flat, hard object, because it lays between padding and the rest of the suitcase where it is well protected but also must be flat and easy to slide in-and-out from the top. I don’t travel with a laptop so I am experimenting with other things and using a vacuum travel bag to make them firm enough to slide in-and-out.Cons: – Mediocre outer compartments that have lots of pockets but are made of slippery material so things slide out of them. They are also not contained within the built-in compression straps, so if you need to meet carry-on depth size you either have to pack them minimally with only flat things or add your own overall compression straps to squeeze things back down.. – Poorly designed main compartment upper net organizer. Unlike every other suitcase I’ve ever owned, this net compartment actually stops at the top zipper rather than allowing you to slide something under the upper part. This limits the size of what can be put into it, and means if you try to put in anything bulky (for later compression) it will make the top very uneven. Virtually unusable for even pajamas..Cons, but common to all the travel backpacks I’ve seen so far: – Poor hip strap (but at least it has one). If you have ever used a real camping backpack, the hip strap is actually a padded structural belt that firmly rests just above the hips and therefore takes a significant art of the weight off of the shoulders and sternum. By contrast, this hip strap is narrow and just holds the bottom of the backpack against your back, carrying no weight at all. Unfortunately, I haven’t yet seen a Carry-on Travel Backpack that uses a true back-packing hip belt, and the hiking backpacks don’t have the convenience of suitcase-like side loading with an expansion/compression zipper. – No structure at all in the main compartment. This makes it very difficult to pack and use in live-out-of-your-suitcase mode since when the suitcase is open the sides just flop down. ( I don’t know why manufacturers insist that a travel backpack has to be completely collapsible — what people really want is a very light suitcase that they can carry comfortably on their back).Other commenters have mentioned using modular packing cases with good success. However, I personally find that these take up space and are less compressible and flexible than I need.My solution has been to use a piece of strong-but-light finished cardboard (e.g. a Fedex Tube box works well) to provide a little form. I cut the box so that when the backpack is laying flat (e.g. on a luggage stand, bed, or floor) the cardboard covers the bottom and then folds up at both the front, rear, and lower end (which I loosely tape together) but with nothing at the top end. These three sides extend up to the lower edge of the main zipper with the expansion zipper closed — about 5″. This arrangement provides just enough structure so that when the backpack is empty it still maintains its shape — just like a regular suitcase. And by using somewhat flexible cardboard and only covering three of the sides, I can still stuff the suitcase between the three firm sides and the fabric on the top and then compress it down. In the future I will see if I can find a better material than the cardboard and will post if I found it, but the Fedex box was convenient and easy to cut and shape, and in total only adds a few ounces.

  8. jljones1212

    Good quality for price. Holds everything

    I have osprey for myself and 3 of these bags for my children. They’re comparable in ‘almost’ every way, especially space. My teenage son used it for about 2 weeks and there is already some fabric damage on the outside from him tossing it down wherever. I would say for the price difference it would be worth it if you are mindful of that. If you need a more durable exterior fabric, maybe spend the extra.

  9. Claire rysavy

    Holds more than it looks like it does!

    I am packing for a 3 week trip and this is perfect. Enough room for everything I need and anything I get there! It’s heavy with all my stuff in it but the straps are very comfortable and I love that you can use it over the shoulder or as a backpack. Also the front pockets really come in handy as I am keeping in there anything I will need to take out for airport security so I don’t have to dig around. Very practical and well made bag.

  10. Richard D. Turnage

    Nice bag. Just what I wanted

    Initial inspection indicates all seams are tight and solid. Great size and it’s very lightweight. Plan to test it on vacation in July.

  11. Amazon Customer

    Strap shredded. rtnd 9/4/22. Rtn revd replacement not 10/14/22. I canceled order want money back.

    Bag sturdy straps are not.

  12. Piaw Na

    For a fixed based tour, I decided to acquire a backpack carry-on case. The reason was that even though we were not going to tour carrying luggage, I wanted to connect from Barcelona to Girona via a train, and there would be a 3-4 mile ride in the city carrying luggage on our backs, and roller luggage would be incompatible with that. Furthermore, Norweigian Airlines had a 10kg limit on carry-on, as did Ryan Air, so while web-sites and other traveler reports were that we’d never get checked, the lighter the backpack, the more weight budget we would have for our actual cycling gear.The gold standard, of course, is the eBags WeekenderConvertible, but I wasn’t expecting to use this luggage on many other trips: with kids, it was more practical to have roller luggage, and I wouldn’t expect my wife to hoist 10kg onto her back while traipsing through the airport with kids, so I didn’t expect to use this too often, so the eBags lifetime warranty didn’t come into play.Enter the Amazon carry-on backpack. It’s priced at $50, half the price of the eBags carrry-on, and offered most of the features of the eBags, and even had a laptop compartment built in. It also came with straps to convert it into a shoulder bag, and extra tabs to hook a waterbottle with a caribiner.Into this bag, I stuffed the following items for my tour: 1 ebag packing cube stuffed with clothing 2 ebag half-packing cubes stuffed with clothing 1 pair of cycling shoes 1 pair of SPD pedals (in case our bikes somehow got lost and we were forced to rent bikes) Travel pillow Noise cancelling headset Toothbrush, toothpaste, all the charging accessories required to charge the electronics I was carrying with me Travel keyboard for the smartphone Anker 3000mAh battery Kindle, travel documents, and a map EucalanThe true test was how the riding felt with the backpkack on, and I thought it was great! There was next to no sway, and while I wouldn’t want to climb or descend with it on, it was more than serviceable for a short city ride. Walking through airports with it was quite comfortable. The backpack also packs down to a mere 2 inches in depth when empty, so it would be a great sailing luggage: you’d unpack everything inside and then flatten it for storage.The laptop compartment doesn’t expand very much, and since I didn’t bring a laptop on this trip I can’t comment on how good it is for an actual laptop, but I managed to stuff my travel pillow and noise cancelling headset as well as the various liquids that needed inspection at airport security into it. The front pocket was also perfect for the kindle.The biggest flaws of the bag is that the small compartments are no good for securing stuff: they aren’t quite tight enough so things have a tendency to fall out during a flight. The secondary flaw is that the expander zipper doesn’t seem to add very much volume to the bag. When I expanded it, I didn’t feel like I gained very much room in the bag, and would rather have saved the weight of the zipper and seams that had to be stitched and depend on the external compression straps instead.Nevertheless, for the price, this is one heck of a luggage. Recommended.

  13. AWamazonreviewsAWamazonreviews

    Great concept, great bag, great price!

    I originally set out to buy the ebags weekender backpack, but opted to buy this Amazon Basics bag instead after reading SEVERAL (if not all) of the reviews for both bags (as well as those for similar bags.) The price difference was the biggest motivator for me, and this bag did not disappoint!I read several reviews of this bag mentioning the poor construction and design, but I feel that the materials are substantial enough to hold up to typical wear and tear for many trips/years to come. Additionally, several people mentioned that the bag was too big, or too heavy in their critiques of this item. Don’t get me wrong, this is a good sized bag, but the dimensions listed are accurate. I packed this bag with everything I would typically take on a long-weekend trip, and it handled it all with ease! Again, the bag was weighty as these items (3 pairs of pants, a sweater, sweatshirt, 2 dresses, toiletries, bathing suit, undergarments, macbook pro, iPad, charging cables, 4 pairs of shoes, 3 long-sleeved shirts, 2 pairs of pajamas, headphones) are not weightless. However, I feel that the bag did a great job of distributing the weight. It was relatively comfortable to wear as a backpack with chest-strap. I haven’t used the included single-shoulder trap or waist strap, so I can’t comment on those yet.Overall, I am pleased with my purchase, and look forward to using this bag for many trips to come!

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  14. AWamazonreviewsAWamazonreviews

    Great concept, great bag, great price!

    I originally set out to buy the ebags weekender backpack, but opted to buy this Amazon Basics bag instead after reading SEVERAL (if not all) of the reviews for both bags (as well as those for similar bags.) The price difference was the biggest motivator for me, and this bag did not disappoint!I read several reviews of this bag mentioning the poor construction and design, but I feel that the materials are substantial enough to hold up to typical wear and tear for many trips/years to come. Additionally, several people mentioned that the bag was too big, or too heavy in their critiques of this item. Don’t get me wrong, this is a good sized bag, but the dimensions listed are accurate. I packed this bag with everything I would typically take on a long-weekend trip, and it handled it all with ease! Again, the bag was weighty as these items (3 pairs of pants, a sweater, sweatshirt, 2 dresses, toiletries, bathing suit, undergarments, macbook pro, iPad, charging cables, 4 pairs of shoes, 3 long-sleeved shirts, 2 pairs of pajamas, headphones) are not weightless. However, I feel that the bag did a great job of distributing the weight. It was relatively comfortable to wear as a backpack with chest-strap. I haven’t used the included single-shoulder trap or waist strap, so I can’t comment on those yet.Overall, I am pleased with my purchase, and look forward to using this bag for many trips to come!

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  15. HP

    Cheap clips for the back pack straps

    Really liked the pack but one of the spring clips that holds the backpack clip in place came off and lost after third use. Now the spring clip on the other strap came off and is lost. Is there a way to replace the clips so the straps stay on?

  16. MK4013

    Good value

    Just returned from a 15 day trip to Turkey. I used solely this pack for a 2 day side trip. Used this as my carryon to/from Turkey. Packed a number of heavy items and had no issues with the durability of the zippers or straps. It was great to have the optional extension on the pack when fully unzipped for my duty free purchases in Paris.

  17. Amazon Customer

    Nice bag, counts as “personal item,” but feels heavy.

    I got this bag mostly to stay slightly more organized when I go back and forth to my boyfriend’s house, and it works well for that purpose. It’s nice that you can throw things in it when it is standing upright but lay it down and open it up all the way to look inside.I flew with it for the first time for a four-day trip and it was just barely big enough for the purpose (and I’m a fairly light packer.) I had to kind of force it under the space under the seat in front of me, but it did fit, and was accepted as a “personal item” by the airline. The airline I was flying charged for carry-ons, and I actually was trying to pay for it because it didn’t fit in the box that measures your bags, but an attendant told me that backpacks count as personal items, so, neat.One thing I was a bit disappointed about when I took it on the trip is that you do feel the weight of it when you are carrying it around all day. My shoulders were pretty sore. It would be cool if the bag came with a hip strap that was made to transfer the weight to your hips, rather than one that just stabilizes the load. I’d get more of a backpacking style bag if you are planning on doing any serious travel with a backpack.

  18. Amazon Customer

    Great quality bag

    I’ve been using this bag on my current trip now 9 days and it’s been of good quality so far. Only real complaint so far would be no place to store a water bottle. Compartments have plenty of storage space, handles are of good quality. Laptop storage on back of backpack is def great planning.

  19. RichsensesRichsenses

    Very good and durable for my project

    It Durable and comfortable and i had to cut and sew and one good thing I didn’t have to add a new screen for my boombox.

  20. Nick Abbott

    Does the Job at Good Price

    I wouldn’t recommend this if you plan carrying the bag on your back for extended periods as it is pretty uncomfortable. However, other than that it is a good bag, the perfect shape and size, and the build quality seems OK too. Good value

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About Amazon Basics Carry On Travel Backpack

  • Carry-on travel backpack with internal, zippered laptop sleeve; ultra-flexible and lightweight; made of durable polyester
  • Main compartment with zippered mesh space, optional midway shelf, and internal/external compression straps
  • Front pocket and front-top pocket for easy access to documents and travel liquids; main upper packing compartment with organizer, expandable storage space tuck-away ID pocket
  • Padded shoulder straps disconnect easily and store away in zippered back pocket; removable sternum strap, waist belt, and shoulder strap; well-placed exterior handles
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