It’s got lots of Lug staples, like a ventilated compartment for shoes or dirty clothes, a comfy, removable shoulder strap and a hidden water bottle pocket.
Has a wipeable bottom for easy cleaning and a luggage strap that slips over a rolling bag handle for easy transport.
Contains a magnetic pocket right in front for easy access to magazines, documents, or other reading materials, plus another front zip pocket with soft-lined pouches for electronics, pen holders to keep you organized.
The Airbus features our two-tone material for a sophisticated appeal.
Detachable key fob.
Material specially treated with water-repellent finish.
Detailed Product Description
This big bus takes flight with a slew of smart features to keep you organized wherever the weekend takes you.
"I just received my bag yesterday and it's a decent bag. It's perfect for weekend trips. However, it is NOT the color in the picture. I ordered midnight and in the photo it is black. The bag I received is actually a very light charcoal gray/silver with some black trim. It's still really nice though and I can't wait to use it. Very roomy! One thing though, I do not like when Lug adds the "shoe bag" and it takes up space in the bag. Like this bag, the puddle jumper bag also has the same thing. Then the shoes take up your whole bag. It would be nicer if they did that in a separate area UNDER the bag then in it. It would also be nice if they had some kind of separate compartments on the inside to better organize your clothes, or whatever."
"I am sending this bag back. I bought the Lug Airbus Weekender bag as a combination work/gym bag for daily use. The bag has a ton of pockets as well as a shoe garage, which is exactly what I was after. It looks really nice when it's loaded up and just sitting there, or if you're carrying it with the handles. However, I bought it to primarily use with the shoulder strap. When I put stuff in it (running shoes, gym clothes, purse) and held it by the shoulder strap, the bag pretty much became a mess! Due to the angle of the shoulder strap and having weight in the bag, the end with the water bottle holder folded up and in on itself. Picture a vertical crease at the start of that 1/3 cut front pocket, and then bend that third of the bag in towards the back end of the bag. Wish I could post a pic to illustrate. And that wasn't even fully loaded with usual items like a lunch, snacks, dayplanner, etc. So basically, whatever contents you have get all crunched up when you use the shoulder strap. I could see this eventually cracking the plastic on the bottom of the bag where it creases to pull up. Too bad, because otherwise this bag had a lot going for it."