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The best luggages of 2022

Nadia L'Bahy - Durable and easy to wheel around
Steve Dossick - TravelPro…we’ve done two European trips and a trip to Australia with the whole family in the last couple years and all the bags still work and look like new.
Andrew Bohrer - I bought a Briggs and Riley about five years ago. I really love it and I have since bought a second bag from them. They are not inexpensive, but they do you hold up incredibly well.
Lawrence Lerner - Briggs & Riley. Lifetime, "we'll fix it no problem." Mine has been around the world with me 20 times. I cannot recommend it enough.
Omar Shahine - Go to University Village and get an Away bag. They are fantastic. See them all in person. One benefit to the Away bags is they will service and repair them in Seattle or any city with an Away store. They have some expandable bags now that are awesome. omar.shahine.com/blog/2019/....
Alexa Kim - It took me a long time to invest in packing cubes. For one, I was using Hefty 2.5 Gallon ziploc bags to great effect (you can squeeze all the air out) and for two, these are expensive. However, I finally purchased the Eagle Creek lightweight packing cubes. They are expensive, but they are very go...
Heather Long - My husband normally spends a minimum of 100 days a year traveling. I got him this Kirkland Signature Hybrid Carry On Spinner suitcase and it has really stood up. One side is expandable and the other is hard-sided, super durable, lightweight and reasonably priced.
Omar Shahine - This pouch goes on every trip with me. It has ibuprofen, melatonin, chap stick, ear plugs.

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