Wheeled luggage has been a godsend to travelers trying to move quickly and efficiently through airports and around the world. Unfortunately, when it comes to finding a quality wheeled suitcase, consumers face a lot of bumps along the way.
Wheeled suitcases have more parts, which means there are more things that can potentially break. In addition, because wheeled suitcases are pushed, pulled and dragged around, they take a little more abuse than non-wheeled luggage. This makes it difficult for travelers to find a bag that will be with them for the long haul.
This guide will help you make an informed decision when purchasing your next piece of wheeled luggage. It contains insights and practical advice on how to buy wheeled luggage that will suit your travel needs for years to come.
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If there’s one thing that remains constant in air travel regulations, it’s change. From security guidelines to airline luggage restrictions, it’s an ever-evolving arena that’s sure to keep you on your toes long before you’re in the air.
In order to prevent avoidable delays at the airport, it’s critical to stay informed about and prepared for the latest rules and regulations. Today we’re talking carry-on bag rules, which – to make it even more frustrating – can vary widely between airlines. With this definitive guide on rules, size, and fees, Mori makes it easy for you to get the carry-on luggage information you need before you board your flight.
Below, we’ve broken down the 10 most popular major airline and low-cost carriers that fly within the United States and abroad. All of the airlines listed permit travel with a free personal item. Review the chart to find out which airlines charge fees for carry-on bags, their specific size requirements, and measurements for the ubiquitous “personal item.”
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We often look at luggage from the perspective of the world traveler. We talk about varying features, we discuss style comparisons and we even give advice on finding a bag that makes for a perfect fit.
But the reality is luggage can carry a much deeper meaning beyond travel — and a deeper meaning for the people you’d probably least expect.
That’s why we’ve chosen to be a part of A Case for Giving, an initiative from Briggs & Riley that aims to give new life to gently used luggage from around the world. Continue reading “A Case for Giving” »
Let’s be honest: traveling by plane is not always the most comfortable experience. Bags get tossed around. They get stuffed in cramped spaces. You sometimes need to dig through your luggage to find your ID, cell phone charger, or medicine. All of these challenges can make traveling with a suit or dress an absolute nightmare – which is why garment bags are one of the most useful yet underappreciated pieces of luggage you can own.
Garment bags are available in a number of styles to keep your clothes clean and wrinkle free, but it can be hard to know which style to choose. Should you go with a traditional flat suit bag, a wheeled garment bag that looks like a duffel, or a garment sleeve?
Our guide will provide insights on how to buy a garment bag that will suit your individual needs and help you step out with your clothing and your confidence intact.
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Duffel bags, duffle bags, weekenders, holdalls, or whatever you choose to call them, are great pieces of luggage, praised for their simplicity and versatility. However, the factors that make duffel bags so charming also make it difficult to find one that truly suits our needs. A number of duffel bags on the market are, quite frankly, just high-ends sacks with a few straps and a zipper! Many lack the features, functionality, and durability that today’s traveler needs.
Our duffel bag buyer’s guide will show you how to buy duffel bags that suit your basic needs, whether you’re on a trip to Vegas, to the gym, or just visiting the in-laws.
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