Cabin Bags – Max Backpack Flight Approved Carry On Bag massive 44 litre travel luggage
The Original and best Cabin Max flight bags- don’t accept any cheap imitations, Read the Reviews!
Designed to fit the maximum size allowed on a flight, this massive 44 litre capacity makes it possible to fly without checking in baggage to the hold.
Made from high strength composite nylon, with a padded back, The Cabin Max Flight Bag features 3 main zipped compartments, 2 zipped internal compartments, adjustable shoulder straps, carrying handles, and side adjustable straps.
This lightweight bag is ideal for making the most of your hand luggage allowance on low cost flights (remember companies like Ryanair charge for any hand luggage over 10kg and for checking bags into the hold)
Designed to fit the maximum size allowed on a IATA flight 55x40x20 cm – Now Water resistant 600D material!
Cabin Baggage Allowance
easyJet – maximum dimensions 56 x 45 x 25cm
Ryanair– maximum dimensions 55 x 40 x 20cm
WIZZAIR – maximum dimensions 55 x 40 x 20cm
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
As good as I’d hoped,
After having a very expensive similar bag stolen in Spain, I searched for a replacement and found this and the Trip Needs Cabin Zero. This one had so many good reviews, I went with this rather than save £5.
Although not as durable as my Rockport, it is well made and the zips seem pretty good. And it is way lighter – so I can carry probably 1 to 1.5Kg more.
The outer pockets work well for easy access, and are quite spacious – I often carry shirts in one, which keeps them crease free(ish).
Could do with a carry-handle on the long side, other than that, it’s pretty much perfect for one-bag travel needs: light but strong, backpack straps but no wheels, and maximum size. Recommended.
Beat the hold!,
This product looks excellent and I have just ordered a second one – can’t wait to use it on a flight! Much easier to know the size of the bag is maximised and like compression straps just in case it is bulging – good quality materials / make.
With this backpack you get the most out of your cabin luggage allowance. There is a lot of space inside and it weights less than half a kilo.
The backpack is robust and at the same time it’s quite comfortable to keep on your back thanks to a line of foam placed near the bottom.