"Love several things about these bags (I have 3 of them): 1) the colors- very easy to see when picking up your luggage. 2) How light the 22 inch and carry on bags are, makes traveling with carry on and putting it in the overhead much easier. 3) that it has it's own storage bag and slides right under the bed for storage. I'm so happy to get rid of my old roller bags including a Tuni- heavy. So far the wear has been fine but the next 8 months will tell the tale. But you know, even if the wear is not great I would consider re-buying this luggage for all the reasons mentioned."
"I've found my perfect bag! Until the Lipault 22" Foldable 2-Wheeled Carry-On, I could not find a bag that met Icelandair's precise carry on bag measurements--particularly the 7.8" depth dimension. This bag is light--I had no problem lifting it into the overhead bin fully loaded. The padded handles make it easy to carry when you can't roll it. Its soft sides allow you to pack more than you would expect; I was able to pack two weeks' worth of clothes, which included a heavy Polarfleece parka and a raincoat, as well as two lighter weight jackets. It has a full length pocket on the inside lid, which I use for socks and unmentionables. Best of all, it has a small zippered pocket in the sidewall, which was perfect for a travel alarm clock and other small items. My only two quibbles with the bag are that the outside front pocket is slightly padded, when really it is only useful for storing documents (it's not padded enough to risk putting a laptop or e-reader), and the inside is not lined in a contrasting color. I love how it folds down for compact storage, and the heavy zippered plastic bag provided for storage (rather like a blanket bag) is a nice touch. This is now my go-to bag; it's an absolute delight to manage."
"I ordered this bag because it is, hands-down, the lightest bag I've seen. Because of an injury to my shoulder, it's sometimes difficult (if not impossible) to lift a heavy bag over my head into an overhead airplane bin. This bag is a dream for that. However, on my last trip, the plane was so small that it was necessary for all passengers with carry-on bags to leave them at the bottom of the jet-way to be loaded into the hold. When I retrieved my bag I saw there was a small (1/2") slash near the bottom. It didn't go all the through but this IS one of the problems with a soft-sided bag - be forewarned. I covered it up with duct tape and if it happens again I'm going to need a different type of carry-on. Mine is a nice color, it holds way more than you'd think it would, and I love that it folds and can be put easily away for storage."