What Fits Inside the Setout Laptop Backpack

The Setout Laptop Backpack is ideal for use as a secondary bag for air travel and a daypack once you arrive at your destination.

There's enough room to pack a change of clothes, in-flight essentials, and all your electronics.

We’ve compiled a few sample packing lists based on common travel scenarios to give you an idea of how to pack the Setout Laptop Backpack.

 

Air Travel, Long-Haul Flight

A long-haul flight isn't about enjoyment. It's about endurance, and packing correctly can make a many-hour flight less excruciating. 

Pack the following in the electronics compartment, flush against your back:

In the front organizer compartment, pack:

In the main compartment, pack:

 

Air Travel, Short Flight

A short flight might be less of an endeavor to endure, but smart packing can still enhance the overall experience.

Pack the following in the electronics compartment, flush against your back:

In the front organizer compartment, pack:

In the main compartment, pack:

 

Work / Travel Integration

We designed the Laptop Backpack to work when you’re working on the road.

Pack the following in the electronics compartment, flush against your back:

In the front organizer compartment, pack:

Pack the following in the main compartment, typically used for a change of clothes:

Unzip the water bottle pocket, slide a water bottle inside, and you're ready for a day blending work and travel.

Overnight Trip

Though the Laptop Backpack is most ideal for use as a secondary bag for air travel, it's also a great option for an overnight trip. 

Pack the following in the electronics compartment, flush against your back:

In the front organizer compartment, pack:

In the main compartment, pack:

Read more here about how we designed the Setout Laptop Backpack to be an ideal secondary bag for air travelers.