When I was purchasing it, the sales clerk got me a little paranoid attempting to push me to buy a carrier to put the backpack in for when I check it at the airport. He said that airlines will refuse the bag and it is guaranteed to get destroyed on the conveyor belts.
Some travelers choose hybrid luggage, such as this a suitcase and duffle bag in one. Leah gives us the ins and outs in this L.L.Bean Rolling Duffle review.
British blogger and traveler Heather Cole tells us about her Tripp Holiday III luggage and how it fits into her travel style. Read more about these colorful suitcases in this post.
A carry-on friendly pack that looks somewhat professional? Yep, that’s the Osprey Farpoint 40 backpack. Review provided by Mirje Halla, a traveling digital nomad.
We love backpacks around here at Her Packing List. Erin McLaughlin sets us up with another in her Kelty Ridgeway 64L backpack review.
Day 24 of our 30 Days project displays the ins and outs of how to pack a backpack. Remember, it’s all about proper weight distribution when packing a backpack!
Day 23 of our 30 Days project talks about taming the suitcase beast. How to pack a suitcase is really a culmination of all the previous topics in our series. Watch it come to life!
Day 11 of our 30 Days project shows the benefits of compartmentalizing and organizing into packing cubes, compression sacks and bags.
Day 4 of our 30 days project talks about how to choose your luggage for your big trip. Suitcase or backpack; checked or carry-on. We cover it all in this post. Plus, get our biggest tip for choosing the right luggage inside.
We often agonize over what to take, and how to pack it, but we often forget about another integral part of the whole process: cleaning and storing our luggage after our trip has finished.