Cabin Zero: Lightweight Carry-on Bag + Benefits of Traveling Light
CabinZero 44 L Cuban Brown Bag Review: lightweight, durable and classic
I tried too many times to travel light – meaning to bring only the essential things and clothes that I need to wear for the x number of days of travel. I would like to think I have improved. I no longer bring a separate case for accessories, I bring travel size containers for toiletries and I try to bring only the clothes that I need to wear.
When airport feels like a jungle ✈ #MyCabinZero. I brought this @cabinzero Classic Bag in Cuban Brown during my recent travel assignment and I love that it can carry all my essentials and gadgets. 💖 Get 10% discount when you shop at #cabinzero ! Use my code #cruthilicious. Shop at bit.ly/cabinruthilicious 👌 #thisisruth
My recent Davao Trip is a different case. We would be staying for 4 days and 4 nights.
Cabin Zero 44 L Backpack
What’s in my Cabin Zero?
4 denim shorts
1 denim skirt
2 sets bikinis
1 foldable flats
1 pair slippers
7 bra + 10 undies (don’t ask the girl :))
laptop + chargers
The Cabin Zero Backpack size is perfect for the Cabin Compartment
There is a code specific to the Cabin Zero bag that you must register online.
The exterior has a big zipped pocket which can store more clothes or documents. There is no secret pockets in a Cabin Zero bag which is perfectly okay with me since I use packing cubes. I do not like backpacks with too many secret pockets that eat up the spaces inside the bag. I love that Cabin Zero has a big space for more important stuff that I need to pack. It is designed like a suitcase.
Traveling with Cabin Zero
My Cabin Zero Cuban Brown backpack fits perfectly in the plane compartment. I find it easy to grab it with its side handles and the shoulder strap are strong to hold and sway. I can easily move and leave the plane. The best part – no waiting time at the baggage claim area.
I feel like I can run with my Cabin Zero backpack! I love that since it is a backpack it stays put beside me – unlike my friends’ luggage which roll when the bus stops (blame inertia :D).
I never use a trolley luggage whenever we visit an island or ride a boat. I would hate to drag my luggage in a boat/stairs/makeshift bridge. It was a breeze to travel with just a backpack that is more like a luggage.