Best Luggage for International Travel
Rockland Fashion Softside Upright Luggage Set, Peace, 2-Piece (14/20)
Best Luggage for International Travel is the best product. Okay, I do have to admit, for $32.00 it’s a HIT !! I have used this for a few day business trips and it worked out great.
I waited to write this review until I did a real vacation test with this little set. We just came back from a 9 day trip to Cancun and I have to say this little carry on did very well, and saved me $25.00 each way for checked luggage.
My family thought I was a little crazy that I was only taking a carry on and not packing a huge suitcase.
I will say I did take a laptop backpack instead of the smaller second bag for my netbook, tablet, chargers, travels docs, etc…
I was able to pack everything needed for this trip and there were still a few things I didn’t even wear that I brought.
We always take more than we need and this proved that. I was even able to fit a few items I purchased in this carry on for the trip home.
I’m a motorcycle guy so packing less is not an issue and obviously going to a warmer climate not much heavy clothing is needed.
7 shirts, 3 tank tops, 2 swimsuits, 7 pairs of socks & underwear, 2 pairs of sandals, 1 pair of walking shoes, 3 pairs of cargo shorts, 1 pair of relaxing shorts, 1 lightweight sweat pants, 2 baseball caps, and my toiletry bag.
I wore jeans, a short-sleeve shirt, and my tennis shoes while traveling. It was a challenge selecting and packing what you think you need, but really wasn’t that bad and I did fit a lot in this Rockland luggage. I flew Delta / Aeromexico and no problems with my two pieces as carrying on items. I recommend this set and for $32.00 it’s already paid for with my checked luggage savings and will have it for many trips in the future as well. 🙂
Add on comment: I do see a lot of people saying it tips, and yes when fully packed it will tip over if you take your hands off the handle. But I’ve had other bags that do this also, it only took me one time to figure out that I need to hold on to it or lean on my other bag and/or a stationary object to keep it from falling over.Promised Review by Dave G