5 Things to Consider to Choose the Best Travel Luggage
The standard for international carry-on bags is 20 inches, while domestic U.S. carriers allow a 22-inch bag. If you travel primarily with a carry-on both internationally and domestically, the smaller bag may be a better option.
Airlines are getting stingier on weight restrictions for baggage. a bag made of lightweight materials will serve you well.
Bags generally come in hard side and soft side. Hard side bags are more durable and take more of a beating if you need to check the bag.
You can opt for recessed wheels, which are set back into the bag, or spinning wheels that are attached to the outside of the suitcase.
Handles & Locks
Handles can either be two bars or a single bar. Two-bar handles add more stability but often come with extra weight. Everyone wants to feel that their luggage is safe when it’s out of their sight. While locks may help with that, they are not foolproof.