Heading to a new city this summer? Backpacks are perfect for hauling around all your travel essentials. Whether you’re heading to a mountain vacation or spending a few nights in Paris, there's one for every situation. Below are our top picks.

Upoalker Canvas Backpack, $27

If you’re going to spend your day out and about in a city, this is the perfect bag. It has a pocket for your portable chargers and an outer dismountable USB cable to charge and hold your phone while you’re walking around. The portable charger isn’t included, so make sure to pick one up.

Herschel Supply Co. Classic Backpack, $30+

Simple and tactful, this bag is for anyone who wants a classic backpack for their trip. The bag comes in different patterns that will fit just about any personality.

Caden Professional Fashion Multifunction Camera Bag/Backpack, $57

The best bag for photographers, the Caden bag has a removable drawer at the bottom of the bag,  perfect for storing your large DSLR or SLR camera.

ZOMAKE Ultra Lightweight Packable Backpack, $16

The ZOMAKE packable backpack is a must-have for adventure travelers. The bag is water-resistant and can pack into a super small bag to be tucked away in your luggage or carry-on.

Kensington Secure Trek Lockable Anti-Theft 15 inches, $67

If you're worried about security, the Kensington SecureTrek has you covered. It's sturdy and lockable, and the lock loop is made for cable locks like this one from Kensington.

TYLT Powerbag, $100

The TYLT Powerbag will keep your phone and tablets charged all throughout the day while you’re exploring a new city. There's also a version that can charge your laptop.

The North Face Unisex Borealis, $55+

Classic, rugged, and useful describes just about every North Face product, including this bag. It's designed for someone who takes adventurous trips but also wants a bag for day-to-day use.

If you’re also thinking about what duffel bag to bring on your trip, we’ve got you covered. Prices are current at time of publication. 

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