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Triple Aught Design Axiom 24 Pack Review – GREAT Everyday Carry (EDC) and Minimal Travel Bag

Review of the Triple Aught Design Axiom 24 Pack which is a great all-purpose 24L bag that offers a rugged build quality, a sleek aesthetic, tons of comfort, and a nice organizational layout. The price tag on this one is high, but if you are looking for something made in the U.S. and that can go head to head with bags like the Goruck GR1 and the Evergoods CPL 24 this is going to be a great option to check out!

Axiom 24 Pack:

*The Axiom 24 Pack was provided as a sample for this review. All opinions are my own and do not represent any other parties.

Music: “Luly” – Text Me Records / Grandbankss

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Wearing the bag – 2:44
Quick access pockets – 5:07
Laptop compartment – 6:59
Main compartment – 13:43
Packing for travel – 16:13

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Items featured in bag:

Wandrd Accessory Straps:
Wandrd Water Bottle:
Apple AirPods Pro:
Aer Dopp Kit:
Arcido Packing Cube:
Hero Clip:
Matador Towel:
Gerber Dime:
Goruck Wire Dopp:
Bagsmart Tech Organizer:
Yootech Wireless Charger:
Samsung T5 SSD:
Bluepot Powerbank with Bluetooth Speaker:
MacBook Pro Retina (13 inch, Touchbar):
iPad Mini:
GoPro Hero 3+:
GoPro Hero 7 (Latest):
Powerbot USB Hub:
Amazon Kindle: Kindle:
Gerber Shard:
Toaks Titanium Spork:
Camelbak Water Bottle:
Beats Studio Wireless 3:
Incase Accessory Organizer:
Levit8 Portable Standing Desk: (US) (UK)
Lasuavy 7 in 1 USB C Hub:
Belkin Travel Surge Protector:
Retractable HDMI Cable:
Gerber Shard:
Moleskin Notebook:

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4 replies on “Triple Aught Design Axiom 24 Pack Review – GREAT Everyday Carry (EDC) and Minimal Travel Bag”

That's a great bag that hits so many notes for me. Wow! Thanks for the review… but back in the world of more realistic price points, I'd like to see you check out the Vanquest Addax 18 and 25. They have a focus on organizational options that is comparable to the TAD Axiom, and are a real departure from Vanquest's usual very tactical approach. They have a boxy (in a good way) urban shape, and are priced between $140 and $175 depending on size and fabric. They're offered in a new fabric that Vanquest calls "urban blend" in either gray heather or blue heather, as well as multi-cam black cordura (hey, it is Vanquest).

How do you feel about the straps? I noticed from one I got and returned that if you leave the straps in place when you take the bag off you can get sort of a 'wing' affect were the lifters pull the straps outward and stop them just falling down like other straps. I thought this would be abit annoying when you have the bag between your knees or under a plane seat etc.

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