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Eagle Creek Wayfinder 40L Review | Women’s & Unisex Fit Carry-On Travel Backpack



The Eagle Creek Wayfinder Backpack 40L (Women’s & Unisex fit) is a great choice for one bag travel. The internal organization is a bit intense, but there is a place for everything! View Our Full Review:

0:38 – Material & Aesthetic
3:31 – External Components
5:44 – Inside the Pack
8:48 – Durability & Testing
9:19 – Pros & Cons
9:44 – The Verdict

In this review, we’re taking at a look at the Eagle Creek Wayfinder Backpack 40L. Despite being categorized as an “Everyday Backpack” on the Eagle Creek site, this carry-on compliant 40L pack has all the marks of a one bag travel backpack, and that’s exactly how we’ll be reviewing it.

At the time of this review, we’ve been testing this pack for two months around the UK and on a month long trip to Porto where we used it as a one bag travel pack. This bag has held up very well so far and there are no signs of wear and tear whatsoever.

The Eagle Creek Wayfinder Backpack 40L is a great contender for the one bag travel market. With a comfortable carry and the ability to select a women’s fit, this pack is a solid choice for both men and women looking to travel the world. Our main gripes were that the zippers are unbranded and that the back panel lacks any sort of ventilation. And finally, although the internal organization is a bit intense at times, there is a place for EVERYTHING — you just have to find what works best for you.

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In this video, Rebecca Coates of Pack Hacker reviews the Eagle Creek Wayfinder 40L, a carry-on travel backpack available in a women’s and unisex fit.

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17 thoughts on “Eagle Creek Wayfinder 40L Review | Women’s & Unisex Fit Carry-On Travel Backpack

  1. Hi Rebecca, on the verge of buying this or the Osprey Fairview 40l here. Would just like to ask if thsme Wayfinder looks less bulky when say half full?

  2. Hi Rebecca, really enjoyed watching your review. Excellent as usual. Have a question regarding load , how does the bag look when its only half full? Does it look big in this case when it does not have any compression straps on the outside?? Thanks a lot for your advice.

  3. Nice to finally see some review of eagle Creek. It seemed to be a nice brand but with reviews I bought another brand. Do you plan to review the day packs too 20 and 30 ltr

  4. The little sternum strap holder is brilliant. Why has no one thought of this before… Almost want the pack for that reason. lol. I like it. From the great review it looks like it’s right up there with the expensive “boutique” brands.

  5. Thanks for this review. Had a look at this backpack before but I'm missing some compression straps especially since it's carry-on size. Have you experienced any issues with that?

  6. I'm loving this bag! I think I'm pretty solidly an Eagle Creek person, I just really like their bags. I like the look of the Wayfinder a lot, but the clamshell opening of the Global Companion… I think my ideal bag would be a cross between the two! I love that the Wayfinder looks a bit less "backpacking backpack"-y 😛

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