Recommended use: Use rolling luggage for business travel, weekend trips, and well... most of the time.
The tried and true favorites of most seasoned travelers are these large rolling bags. Gone are the days of lugging a massive suitcase by a single handle. Now you have a variety of rolling luggage to choose from to carry your heavy belongings with ease. Make sure you're focused on quality when purchasing one of these handy travel mates as wheels can break and sometimes get stuck. Luckily with an Eagle Creek bag, this is something you won’t have to worry about because our bags are backed by our No Matter What Warranty. The best part about our warranty is that you’ll never have to use it. Large rolling bags are a great option if you need a lot of space - the spacious main compartment allows you to fit a ton of gear. But for those who'd like a little more organization in their luggage, a wheeled upright typically comes with more compartments to separate your goods. You may also want to consider convertible luggage.
It's also a good idea to think about whether you want your rolling luggage to have the traditional two wheels or four. Many people enjoy having 4-wheeled luggage because the bag glides almost effortlessly by your side, easily rolling down the aisle of a plane. Four wheels also makes travel less strenuous because you're not putting a ton of weight on your wrists. Plus, a 4-wheeled bag gives you a little more versatility - for example, if you're pulling your bag up a curb, simply tilt the bag back and pull it on two wheels. However, one thing to note about 4-wheeled luggage is if you are doing lots of travel by bus, and will need to store your bag in the upright position, you may want to opt for 2-wheeled luggage, because 4 wheeled bags can move around easily on buses in motion.
Backpacks and Wheeled Backpacks