In total the bag has the front TSA-approved panel, a top compartment for easy access (perfect for your phone or whatever documents you might need to grab easily), a secondary space behind with two interior pockets and then the main packing area. On the back you will find a space that holds the (very thickly padded) backpack straps when not in use, which of course becomes available for items should you be using them. The one downside to this is that if you are not using the backpack straps, this area is almost entirely taken up by them—we aren’t joking, they are really thick. Although we did manage to slip three magazines in there at the last minute.
The only drawback to such a tech-centric piece of luggage (at least in this case) is that in order to stay within the carry-on size limits, you have to sacrifice space elsewhere. Meaning of course that the main packing compartment is definitely a bit tight. While we heartily recommend the Pegasus (and all of the ECBC gear based purely on the level of quality we see in this bag), we have to say that it’s not ideal if you are over-packer. Pair this guy with one more bag however and you’re probably set.
The Pegasus Convertible Rolling Backpack is priced at $ 399 and ECBC also offers messenger bags, backpacks, full size luggage, other carry-on items and more.
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