Best luggage according to redditors

We found 343 Reddit comments discussing the best luggage. We ranked the 241 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Luggage:

u/your_fish_monger · 26 pointsr/consulting

Get a normal carry on bag. Buy a portable charger that you can use wherever you want. The end.

u/itchytweed · 10 pointsr/LifeProTips

Many hard cases lock the handles in a specific place, preventing re-zipping after opening them with a pen.

u/felixthegirl · 9 pointsr/medicalschool

I used this last year. There are other very similar ones as well. This bag was nice because it had pockets for shoes and the inner compartment was pretty big. I could fit 2 suits and a dress for the preinterview dinner in the garment part. The suits also held up, I didn’t have to iron or steam much in the hotel.

u/blueandbrownolives · 8 pointsr/weddingplanning

I’d look into something like this:

Double check your airline requirements for carryon in size before you buy something.

If they try to make you check it, tell them you want to gate check. That way it doesn’t actually go through their system. They will take it from you when you are getting on the plane and hand it back to you when you are getting off.

u/doie · 7 pointsr/guns

Your friend didn't search very hard, I found an appropriate concealed carry suitable for it's size.

u/soggychowderthing · 7 pointsr/ProductPorn

It's on Amazon.

u/djd02007 · 7 pointsr/medicalschool

Two things I've heard are you can get a suitcase that can double as a suit bag (something like this), or alternately sometimes can call the airline ahead of time to let them know you're bringing this on so they know. However I have not had success with the latter strategy in my small sample size so I'm going to try for the former and just get a suitcase that I can store the suit in

u/uybo · 6 pointsr/uruguay

Random tips de ex viajero frecuente:

  • la apertura de maletas es 10% contenido, 10% azar, 80% unknown (Ej creen que un morocho de pelo largo va a pasar drogas). Desarmar las valijas es una joda pero mucho mas complicado es... rearmarlas ahi mismo, mientras la gente se impacienta en la fila. Rearma en segundos con eBags, ej eBags Small/Medium Packing Cubes for Travel - Organizers - 4pc Set y Mossio 7 Set Packing Cubes with Shoe Bag - Compression Travel Luggage Organizer.

  • a la ida no despaches equipaje. Why? Se pierde, lo recuperas a las dos semanas, te arruina el viaje. Lleva lo que necesites en una valija de cabina de dimensiones maximas (chequea en los sitios de las aerolineas) y un bolso de mano. A la vuelta podes despachar el "extra" que te traigas, si tarda en llegar igual estas en tu casa.

  • por el punto anterior, consegui valijas livianas Ej Travelpro Platinum Magna 2 Carry-On.

  • cuando hay conexiones todos queremos salir de un avion y meternos en otro, sin esperas. Ahi es cuando el primer avion se demora seis horas y te jodiste. Si es un viaje de placer, de pronto podes arreglar para separar los vuelos uno o dos dias y disfrutar cada escala en vez de padecerla.

  • si el destino final NO es USA, evita hacer escala ahi, es mucho papeleo y te tratan como el orto/terrorista.

  • fijate si necesitas alguna vacuna extra para tu destino/escalas. Anyway, date la de fiebre amarilla y pedi un certificado internacional, dura toda la vida.

  • lleva dos copias de todos los documentos, y cambialos con tu esposa: tu llevas tu pasaporte, una copia la tiene tu esposa, la otra se queda en la caja fuerte del hotel.

  • lleva anotados los datos necesarios para bloquear las tarjetas de credito cuando te las roben: numero completo, fecha de vencimiento, CVV.

  • si vas con una tarjeta de credito sin chip, probablemente te la bloqueen y tengas que llamar al emisor todos los dias para que te levanten el bloqueo por 24hs. O sea, lleva chip.

  • lleva una Prex, AlfaBROU u otra prepaga para utilizar en los lugares turbios y cuando te bloquean la tarjeta principal.

  • da aviso de viaje para cada tarjeta de credito.

  • antes de viajar averigua como vas a hacer para tener datos en escalas/destino; roaming o chip local.

  • descargate los mapas offline de escalas/destino, de forma de poder ubicarte con el GPS aun sin conectividad.

  • en los hoteles roban. Nunca dejes dinero, tarjetas, documentos o sus copias fuera de la caja fuerte.

  • no lleves dinero/tarjetas/etc en los bolsillos, usa una billetera oculta Ej Alpine Rivers Money Belt - RFID Blocking Hidden Travel Wallet.

  • que tengan un muy buen viaje!
u/theregos · 5 pointsr/shittykickstarters

You mean this?

I was SO tempted to buy this when I was at NY airport few years back, but after reading how easily it breaks, I decided to save my money!

u/Redditorkayla · 5 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I love my samsonite carry on ! I've had this bag for 1.5 years and lugged it across a dozen airports and it still looks brand new. I'm on mobile so this link isn't pretty, but here ya go:

u/Nomaddening · 5 pointsr/weddingplanning

My bridal consultant recommended this one. She said the tailor will be able to pack the bag correctly, and it’s easy to carry on. Especially if you tell the flight attendants that it’s your wedding gown.

Here’s a link to the bag on Amazon

u/Gettincrunkletoned · 4 pointsr/weddingplanning

I travel next week but I plan on using a Wally Bag. I have heard great things and there was actually a discussion about this just a few days ago where it was recommended there too!

u/itshotinjuly · 4 pointsr/sanfrancisco

Best decision I ever made was to buy a carry-on suitcase similar to this. Haven't checked a bag in over 5 years...

u/Frauleime · 4 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

> How big can my bag be with out needing to be checked?

Your airline will have all of this information listed. Typically the carryon height is 21.5-22" depending on the carrier.

If you're traveling with an actual suit and you don't want wrinkles, I'd recommend getting a bag like this one which is basically a garment bag that unzips. For the rest of your clothes, utilize packing cubes to be more organized and space efficient. A carryon is plenty big enough for four days, you just have to be organized.

You can also take a personal bag, which usually measures a max of 18x14x8; if you really want maximize space, you can get a cheap bag with those exact dimensions.

Just wear your coat and heaviest shoes with you on the plane, it's more comfortable than lugging them in a bag. Depending on how crisp your clothes need to be, you might want to get a travel steamer too.

u/betacrucis · 3 pointsr/onebag

So turns out my rollon is a Travelpro that some travelers have said slightly exceeds the dimensions airlines allow. It’s this one, weighs 7.2lb, bought when I was a maximalist n00b: Travelpro Luggage Crew 11 21" Carry-on Expandable Spinner w/Suiter and USB Port, Black

My personal item is this bad boy: Hynes Eagle Water Ressistant...

EDIT: I’ve never had a problem flying domestically with these items in the USA. And I doubt United will give me a hard time. Concerned about Alitalia though.

u/dev278 · 3 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

AmazonBasics Hardside Spinner Luggage - 20-inch Carry-on/Cabin Size, Black

u/mostly_distracted · 3 pointsr/medicalschool

This has been posted multiple times in different places. I'm just sticking it in my suitcase and steaming/ironing it when I arrive.

u/Rhyick · 3 pointsr/malelivingspace

I travel nearly every week for work (consultant). Here's what I recommend...

For your budget (~$150), buy something from Travelpro. Either their Crew 10 or Crew 11 carry-ons. A spinner isn't necessary.

If you can expand your budget, or when you know for sure you're serious about traveling all the time, get something from Briggs & Riley. Lifetime warranty, and totally bulletproof. They are on sale every now and then -- you might be able to snag one off of Sierra Trading Post or something as well. Or you can get Tumi too, but they are a bit overpriced, and the warranty isn't as great.

Do NOT get a duffle. You will hate lugging it around the airport. Also, get a soft sided or expandable luggage if possible. Trust me on this... when you are at a client and need to bring back present for your SO or that extra pair of gym shoes, you will thank me.

PS: Unrelated travel tip, but if you constantly travel to the same location, its nice to bring a small duffle bag, stick items in that you don't want to take back and forth (gym clothes, larger size toiletries, protein powder, etc.) and leave it at the hotel.

u/petit_avocat · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I have this samsonite carry-on and I really like it. It's tiny, light enough that I can fly cheap airlines without going over their stingy weight requirements, and it fits a ton for its size.

u/p-aeruginosa · 3 pointsr/medicalschool

Idk about this bag specifically.. The one I have is this one- and it fits overhead

u/Handful86 · 2 pointsr/SouthwestAirlines

Second for travelpro. I have one of there high end bags. And have traveled on southwest with it weekly for almost 3 years and it has held up great. My samsonite lasted just over a year with my abuse.
[This one](travelpro platinum magna 2 carry-on expandable rollaboard suiter suitcase, 22-in., black

u/ninepaw · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

I'm looking at ordering this bag on Amazon for transporting my dress from North Dakota to California. Seems like most of the reviews are from brides transporting their dresses, and they're mostly positive!

u/Nyanburger · 2 pointsr/BABYMETAL

Without branding it's $300.

The logo has "see you" and things on it.

u/epicsexman · 2 pointsr/SexDolls

you can try a doll hook designed to screw into the threaded neck and wrap it in garment luggage. i use this for my smaller doll. i plan to get a huge locking case for my full sized doll.


should just look like a heavy piece of luggage that you put with the rest of your cloths when you move.

u/sdreamer07 · 2 pointsr/onebag

Saw a video review on this bag (Modoker Convertible Garment Bag). Looked pretty awesome, but no experience with it. The only reservations I have is I believe it isn't YKK zipper, but it's pretty affordable.

u/CRFowler-ART · 2 pointsr/DnD

I have this bag:

My review of it is actually the second review and there are pictures of it full of D&D books. It can't hold 7-8 books, more like 3-5 depending on what else you're bringing, but it's a great bag for if you're a player or a DM that travels light (like a DM that might use a computer/tablet instead of carrying all the books).

My DM uses two bags, one is a sturdy laptop case that holds a few books and his dice, and the other is a larger square bag (not sure what it is but it looks like a big camera bag without the dividers that a camera bag has) that he uses for his miniatures.

I had another DM that actually used a small roller suitcase, which if I decided to DM is what I'd probably use. Something like this:

u/auxilary · 2 pointsr/delta


What I'd recommend is this bag.

Four-wheel bags are easy to maneuver inside of an airport and require little effort to travel with. It is also a very reasonable price for a relatively solid entry-level travel bag, has some style to it and comes from a company with a liberal return policy in the event you do not like it.

The bag will seem small in person, but as long as you fold (or even better, roll) your clothes correctly, and are ok with re-wearing a few core pieces more than once then you will be just fine.

Even better, with Delta, you will be fine with carrying this bag on along with a small personal item like a purse or small back-pack.

Let me know if you've got anymore questions!

u/M1AF · 2 pointsr/sffpc


I think it can count as a personal item since it fits under the seat in front of you. The bag is quite small, and it is a little difficult to take the case in and out of it.

u/caaate · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I’d go with the tote! As you said, totes are more versatile outside the plane/train. I got the Dagne Dover Allyn tote this fall and like it so far, although canvas or nylon would be lighter and more weatherproof. But for the sake of my neck and shoulders, if I can’t fit everything in my backpack I’ll pack heavier stuff in a small rolling Samsonite underseater and stack the backpack or tote on top. It’s much more comfortable than carrying a bag, but still quite compact. Hope that helps! :)

u/MyOpus · 2 pointsr/LuggageEnthusiast

I'm a bag junkie. After a lot of research last year, I picked this up for myself and another traveling friend of mine, great roller, great reviews.

Travelpro Platinum Magna 2 Carry-On Expandable Spinner Suiter Suitcase, 21-in:

u/sxan · 2 pointsr/DidntKnowIWantedThat

Amazon link, for the curious.

u/batbrat · 2 pointsr/whatisthisthing
u/zozelly · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

This is the one I got. It’s a bit pricey, but I figured it was worth investing in something good quality (and I was very impressed with the quality of it when it arrived). And my full length dress didn’t have any problems fitting in it.

Garment Bag

u/notharctuspugnax · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Can anyone recommend a zip-top, medium to large sized tote bag with a cross body strap and minimal hardware/branding in the sub $150-200 range? Preferably in black and in a material that can handle light rain.

I recently ordered this bag in black for an upcoming trip. I really like how it looks, it's water resistant and well made, but it's simultaneously both huge on the outside and too small on the inside. Like a reverse Mary Poppins...

I really like the size and simplicity of this baggu tote, but I know I don't have the sewing skills to add a zipper in a good looking way before my trip. I also checked out the Madewell transport satchel but was pretty underwhelmed by the feel of the leather handles/strap for the price point. This Cuyana bag is really nice, but is at the top of my budget and maybe not very weather resistant. I'd prefer something I could evaluate in a brick and mortar store before purchasing.


u/Welfarestoner · 2 pointsr/motorcycles
u/zeronadanothing · 2 pointsr/worldnews

As someone who travels frequently I loathe the wheelie invasion that started about a decade ago. They take up so much space and people are often so rude about that fact.

On the other hand these look like a great idea:

u/ravensrule123 · 1 pointr/medicalschool

I've noticed lots of wrinkled suits on the trail. I just got this bag to help out with that and also to make carrying a suit easier. I like this one cause it has space for shoes too.


If there's gonna be a lot of driving, a good back pillow has been super clutch.

u/1LB1 · 1 pointr/medicalschool

I have this one and I'm a huge fan since it has a compartment for your shoes as well.

u/jone7007 · 1 pointr/onebag

It fits under the seat on most Boeing planes but I've noticed it doesn't fit on the new Airbus planes.

u/Brown_Sandals · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

I am currently looking for a good travel garment bag. I like the design of something like this, but not 100% sold on the reviews as it looks kind of cheap. Looking to spend no more than $150-200... Any recommendations?

u/Akanan · 1 pointr/sffpc

i do not have tempered glass panel.

Yes i travel with this one:

It fits very well, i set a carboard in the bottom to protect against the handle frame, wrap around 2 pair of jogging pants and bingo, its my carry-on. My monitor is S2417DG, fits perfectly in my pelican barrack box. Also, the original packagin is compact and relatively small in comparison to the huge ridiculous box that Asus sends.

Regarding your LM, i didnt hear you need to reapply every 6months. For the delid procedure, i've watched a GamersNexus video and followed step by step what he does. I don't think you ever do. Dmg? no, it would dmg aluminum, but your IHS is not made of Aluminum. You will apply the LM between the die and IHS it will surely stain, thats it.

If you already have an A9x14mm well, use it, otherwise a standard size NF-A9 fits in the rear of your case if you go for the NH-U9S.

On a side note, your quiet and quality setup will good only when you are home. Because when you will be sharing a room with a roomate, he is going to have one these shitty towers or a laptop that sounds like a jet engine.... like the one roomate i have atm. ;)

u/drewfromOG · 1 pointr/delta

I recommend and use this one as a carry on

Pair it with some of these and you can fit a weeks worth of clothing in your bag.

u/vng10 · 1 pointr/churning

Not specific to points and cards, but travel in general.

What do people use for carry on luggage? Right now my fiancee and I use some really nice Eddie Bauer duffel bags but she wants to use rollers and I'm starting to realize I wouldn't mind wheels too.

What are you guys using that's been durable, yet reasonable in price ($50-150)? I've found this one but would like to compare with others.

We are planning a 3-4 week honeymoon next summer in SE Asia and wouldn't want to check a bag the entire trip.

u/GWBlueBlueBlue · 1 pointr/churning

Currently using a Tumi V3 spinner, but have previously used a Travelpro Crew series piece which I have seen on sale as low as $150.

u/Thisnigggaugly · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I found this minimalist tote bag and I'm thinking of buying it. Is it too feminine?

u/UbersaurusRex · 1 pointr/USMCboot

This one on Amazon is pretty well reviewed.

u/ScottSandry · 1 pointr/travel

I love the concept of this one but it's slightly too big for some international flights so I had to go for something else.

u/trashpile · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

A bike commuter friend of mine wears a suit daily and swears by this bag: and says he never has to deal with creases. Maybe overkill for suitless employees like me 'n' you, but an option available and also raises questions about packing form that the cube might not address

u/Jackal_545 · 1 pointr/Ducati

I usually keep a pair of dress shoes and belt in my office when I plan on riding for the week to cut down on packing everything.

As far as a tank or tail bag I’m sure you could find one that works especially since you’re not going far enough to really worry about wrinkling in your suit jacket. Maybe something like this: Tail Bag

They have garment bags that roll up like: Henty

u/Dandroid · 1 pointr/consulting

You've got it.

I actually user the Tumi T-Tech for both my laptop bag and luggage, but most have the above links.

u/Hot_IceCube · 1 pointr/consulting

Any body here have an opinion on the TravelPro Platinum Magna 2 21" Spinner carry on? I see all the recommendations for Tumi and B&R however they are simply too expensive for me. I am starting my first job out of college at a big4 next month. This carry on seems solid.

u/VA_Network_Nerd · 1 pointr/college

It is uncommon for freshmen to obtain good internships, but you can't get them if you don't try.

/r/malefashionadvice is a fine resource.

Your bare minimum includes: (I assume you are male)

Leather shoes, preferably dressy.
Casual pants (Dockers, Duck Heads)
Leather belt that compliments or matches shoes.
Dress shirt - long sleeve, with button down collar.

Basically this overall look:

example1 example2

That's your bare absolute minimum.

Depending on your shirt selection, you can add a tie to step things up a notch. Recommended if you are dealing with serious employers.

Your next step up is to add a blazer to achieve this basic look:

example3 example4

Your last logical / typical / common step up is the basic suit, which is pretty similar to the blazer look, just more coordinated and less casual.

example5 example6

If you are going to buy a suit, I encourage you to go to a proper suit store.
Men's Warehouse, Joseph A Bank or something similar.

Get something in the $200 to $400 range -- And pay extra to have it tailored or fitted to you.
An off the rack suit can look baggy when they don't fit you well. This can damage your overall appearance.

Pay attention to the tailors & sales people. Think about color combinations so you can mix and match items for maximum re-use.

Dry-Clean the suit. If you are good with an iron, you don't have to dry-clean the dress shirts, but I recommend that you do so anyway. Dry-clean neckties only if you get them actually dirty.

DONT go cheap on the shoes. Spend $100 not $35 if you can. It really does impact the overall look.

You don't need to buy it from the suit-people, they might include one for free, but I very strongly encourage you to invest in a proper garment bag, kind of like this: garment bag and keep your suit(s) in the bag at all times.

That will keep it fresh, unfaded from the sun because you left it in a pile next to the window for a week, and free from animal hair, laundry stink and anything else negative we can think of.

u/SwingNinja · 1 pointr/solotravel

Just got back from a trip and saw a dude with a Tumi Alpha 2 carry-on like this. I want one. But 400+ USD is way too much. Any recommendation for similar carry on? I like it because it can expand a lot (11 inches).

u/biggiesmallsyall · 1 pointr/handbags

Marc Jacobs Nylon Biker Baby Weekender Bag, Midnight Blue, One Size

u/ali13a13a · 1 pointr/minimalism

I heard great things about this particular bag:

I haven't used it thou. But being able to start off flat and have the bag wrap around your clothes seems really cool. Kinda like the section where you can put a suit as well!