Pros: Quality, level of comfort, durability, color
Cons: Absolutely none!
I had an Eagle Creek fanny pack for about 10 years when I decided it was time to upgrade. I was planning to attend a martial arts tournament in Las Vegas and I needed something to carry my everyday items and my first aid kit. I searched online for a few weeks and found the Travel Bug. I have been very happy with Eagle Creek in the past, my fanny pack still almost looks new, so I decided to get the Bug. I love the fact that I don't have a notch in my shoulder from a heavy shoulder bag. The layout of the inside is incredible in and of itself. The front zippered pocket has 5 different sized pockets and 1 zippered pocket. The main compartment has 3 pockets, one of which is zippered. There is also a loop for keys. I have had the pack for a year and a half now and I can't think of one thing I would change about it. If you are looking for a comfortable, long term replacement for your handbag I would recommend this to you.