A true hands-free carry on. It converts from a duffel into a backpack in seconds
Front organization panel keeps small items in place and makes finding them a breeze
Zippered laminated mesh pocket inside is perfect for travel documents
Contoured airmesh backpack straps for exceptional comfort, hide away in the rear compartment
Elastic shock-loaded sternum strap is adjustable and removable
Padded back panel for increased comfort when carried as a backpack
Main compartment zipper is protected with storm flap to reduce the risk of adverse weather affecting your contents
Internal tie-down straps function as compression straps for the packing area and can be repositioned from high to low cinch positions, letting you pack in layers
Four compression straps on the exterior for improved carrying comfort (keeps the weight closer to your body)
Low profile top and side grab handles are wrapped in neoprene for comfort
YKK® RC coil zippers with photo-reflective zipper cords for nighttime safety
Our signature orange lining makes finding your items easy
Detailed Product Description
Looking for a true convertible? the eTech 2.0 Weekender Convertible converts from a duffel into a hands free carry on in seconds. We believe it is one of the best short trip travel packs you can find! Suitcase-style entry; converts to a backpack for easy carrying. Perfect for the active traveler.
We took our much loved original eTech weekender convertible and gave it a bit of a face-lift. Beautiful new fabrics, rich tone-on-tone colors, updated features, and all of the functionality you've come to expect from The eBags Brand. The difference is in the details. Enjoy! Bernard Majeau
242 person(s) out of 243 found this review helpful.
"I bought an earlier model of this bag in 2006 -- I still own it, and it's still in excellent shape. I have owned similar bags that have died or fallen apart in the intervening years, including a much more expensive Patagonia bag. I have never needed to do any maintenance on this bag and it still looks fantastic. I bought this before I left for the Peace Corps, and I used it for years in West Africa, where it was tossed around on dirt roads, strapped to the top of taxis, and generally mistreated. Today, seven years later, it's still trucking. The quality of this bag cannot be beat. I cannot recommend this bag highly enough."
212 person(s) out of 217 found this review helpful.
"I recently decided to give "one bag travel" a try. I am sure hauling around a 14 lb (empty) professional pilot bag for years has contributed to my bad shoulder. After checking out the Wingman, Patagonia MLC, Caribe Sky Master 40 and the Tom Bihn Aeronaut, I was sold on the Etech 2.0 Weekender. I could not overlook the value received with this bag. The quality is excellent and the organizational features are outstanding. The bag has a business travel like look unlike many of the alternatives. My concerns about the lack of a laptop pocket were resolved when I realized that the front pocket was big enough for my chromebook packed in a sleeve. I just have one real gripe with the bag, and that is it's lack of a shoulder strap. I really do not understand why this was omitted. In spite of this, the other features outweighed this one fault. I will probably just use one of the backpack straps and wear it as a sling . Time will tell how durable this bag is. From what I can see at this early stage it is well constructed. An Aeronaut it is not, but then again it is not $250.00."
"I purchased this bag initially for a 12-day trip to Italy in the spring of 2013. I had read about the virtues of 'one-bag' travelling and the back-straps with this bag were really intriguing. It worked fantastic! I now use it for all my vacation travel foregoing the clunky wheeled models for this efficient, well thought out alternative. I love it!"