The Thule Landmark 40L is a carry-on sized backpack that’s designed specifically for traveling around the world. View Our Full Review:
1:31 – Material & Aesthetic
3:48 – External Components
6:26 – Inside the Pack
9:12 – Durability & Testing
10:23 – Pros & Cons
10:54 – The Verdict
Jet-setting goals? There’s a pack for that. We review plenty of bags here at Pack Hacker, but the Thule Landmark 40L is designed specifically for traveling around the world—so you know we had to check it out. Thule describes the Landmark as a “travel pack ready for several months of passport-stamped adventures” with key features like a detachable daypack and built-in safety components.
First things first, let’s talk options. The Thule Landmark is available in both a 60 and 70 liter version in addition to the 40 liter pack that we’ve been testing. They’re all pretty similar; however, the 60 and 70 liter versions come with a detachable day pack on the front. That’s not usually our style, since we prefer the one-bag carry-on approach, but it’s there if you want it.
We should also just take a second to clarify that a 70 (and 60, for that matter) liter backpack is truly massive. It’s definitely not going to work as a carry-on bag, and it’s not going to be something you casually walk around with. We rarely feel the need to use packs over 40 liters, even for perpetual travel, but your mileage may vary.
A unique option on the Thule Landmark is that each size comes in either a men’s or women’s fit. The differences between them are slight changes in the harness system, which affect the way the bag carries. That’s not an option you see every day on a travel pack, and we like that Thule went in this direction to make the bag even more customizable for the right fit.
The Thule Landmark 40L has a lot going for it: we like that’s it’s available in both a men’s and women’s fit, we like the smart thinking behind the Safe Zone compartment concept, and the sleek zippered side water bottle pocket is a nice touch. The Landmark also comes from a brand we know and trust, thanks to many positive experiences. But the downsides are significant—the pack is made with a lesser-quality exterior fabric, the carry could be more comfortable, and access to the compartments is more time-consuming than we’d expect. All that said, we’ve been having fun testing Thule’s first shot at the adventure travel market and we believe the Landmark is worth serious consideration.
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In this video, Nathan of Pack Hacker reviews the Thule Landmark 40L, a carry-on sized adventure travel backpack. Available in both a men’s and women’s fit.
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