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How to Pick the Right Luggage

At eBags, we pride ourselves on being a leader in the travel industry. With over 15 years of expert insight, more than 2.8 million user reviews, hundreds of instructional videos and the largest online assortment of luggage, we have distinguished ourselves to be a prominent name in travel.

When it comes to shopping for luggage, we have made the process easy by focusing on two main areas:

  • What is your destination?
  • Which features are important to you?

Where are you Traveling?

Will your luggage be used for business or backpacking? Are you planning on taking your luggage with you for an extended period of time- say a study abroad program? Most importantly, how are you getting to your destination? By sea, air, or rail?

Answering these questions will help you narrow in on your best options. For example, will a carry-on accommodate all your needs for your trip, or will you need something larger- with wheels perhaps?


Where are you Traveling?


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If you're a Business Traveler, you're probably searching for a bag that is durable, easy to roll, and offers a built in garment bag.

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For the Frequent Flyer, spinner luggage is your best bet as it allows you to jet through airports and hotel lobbies in a breeze, while keeping your valuables protected.

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If you are a Family Flyer, luggage sets are your new best friend. Luggage sets save you time, money and the hassle of finding matching luggage pieces for each member of your family. Larger sets can even be divided amongst family members saving the cost of having to buy suitcases for each member of the family.

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International Travelers must consider multiple alternatives when shopping for luggage. Those traveling abroad typically need luggage that is large enough to hold weeks of clothing and accessories while also providing the optimal durabiliy and protection ​of thier belongings ​when ​traveling through cobble stone streets and off the map hostels. For this type of travel we recommend large expandable piece for a main luggage item as well as a smaller, hands-free piece that can be on your back or over your shoulder-ideal for smaller backpacking or day trips abroad.

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