luggage

By Everett Potter Spring weather is highly unpredictable, so road warriors are in need of sturdy and reliable luggage that can deal with the most mercurial of seasons. Here are three pieces to consider before you head off to Berlin, Belize or Bhutan … continue reading  

By Everett Potter Luggage manufacturers are always trying to do more with less. After all, they need to abide by airline space restrictions while also giving travelers everything they might desire in a single piece of luggage. A case in point is the new ecbc Sparrow Wheeled Garment Bag. At

By Neil Wolkodoff Traveling is stressful enough without continually fighting your luggage. One of the keys to luggage is to pick the right carrier for your belongings that fit your style and needs. Head to head tests are almost non-existent in luggage as for some reason most manufacturers don’t want

by Larry Olmsted It’s not too often that luggage breakthroughs come along. I’ve been traveling long enough to remember life before roll-aboard bags and in-line skate wheels. That was a game changer, followed by the upgrade to the four wheel spinner bag, which can be pushed or walked side by

How do you choose a suitcase that’s going to last? I thought I’d ask Richard Krulik, CEO of U.S. Luggage, parent company to Briggs & Riley Travelware and SOLO, two leading innovators of high-quality luggage and business cases. I’ve used their suitcases for years and apart from being very well

So there I was, at the Delta Airlines counter in the nicest of CDG's international terminals, E, and trying desperately to get back to the US. Because I had excess baggage, I had called ahead to get the skinny. The I got to the counter with my four tiny suitcases