Luggage Basics

Luggage that helps you get up and go

The hotel is booked, airline tickets snagged and the itinerary is halfway there—all signs that point to a trip in your very near future. Whether you’re a seasoned business traveler or taking a much-needed getaway, packing is your crucial last step. You know you need some good, quality luggage, but what kind? It’s hard to know which type of luggage will provide the best all-around solution for your needs, or whether you should invest in a luggage set that has the pieces you’ll need for any type of trip.

Luggage Sets Carry-On Luggage Spinner Luggage Duffel Bags Hardside Luggage Softside Luggage Backpacks Business Bags Garment Bags Travel Accessories

A set is a wise way to get each type of bag that you’d need now or in the future—all at once. Sets vary, but most include multiple-sized suitcases as well a carry-on. Sets come in hardside or softside.

Luggage Sets

Carry-on luggage is especially essential these days with all the new, additional fees applied to checking luggage. Because of this, every traveler’s goal is to carry on as much luggage as possible, and this piece is designed with TSA measurement guidelines in mind.

Carry-On Luggage

Spinner-wheel luggage is a must for some travelers. The wheels are designed with a 360-degree function, making them priceless while navigating tight spaces. Available on most luggage types, spinner wheels are great for pushing and pulling and each piece stands completely upright for even more ease.

Spinner Luggage

This type of luggage is what you want for a short jaunt. And the design has come a long way from the duffels you used as gym bags. Compartments make this a carry-on worth its weight (or lack thereof) for the busy traveler.

Duffel Bags

Constructed of polycarbonate material or ABS, this type of luggage offers more protection and greater security to your clothes and belongings, and can often have more packing space. If you’re a frequent flyer, you already know this is what you need to take off. Also great if you’re planning a long, extended trip.

Hardside Luggage

Thick fabrics of polyester, nylon, cotton or canvas designed to be flexible and lightweight make this a great option. Higher denier ratings refer to yarn weight and will add to your bottom line but also to quality and durability. This is a popular choice due to design flexibility and the option to expand for heavier packers.

Softside Luggage

They’re not just for your kids. For short trips, a duffel bag or backpack is a great (hands-free) option—yes, even if you thought your backpack days were long gone. And, if you’re flying, you’ll never have to wait at baggage claim or worry about lost luggage.

Backpacks

In this digital age, it’s hard to imagine going anywhere for more than a few days without our laptops or tablets. Good thing lightweight laptop cases are specially made to protect and carry electronics easily, conveniently and are often designed with ergonomic, comfortable straps.

Business Bags

Everyone knows the necessity of this luggage piece when traveling to a formal affair. Garment bags keep everything from dresses to suits protected and can reduce wrinkles by keeping items hanging rather than folded in a suitcase. It’s also a sure-fire way to make certain nothing gets lost en route to your destination. Just ask any bride how important that is.

Garment Bags

Don't forget all the accessories you'll need for your journey: Luggage tags | TSA recommended lacks | Umbrellas | Neck pillows | Outlet adapter | Adapter plugs | Toiletry kits |Tablet cases

Travel Accessories Shop all Luggage Materials & Features Tips & Info Brands