From waiting in the parking lot for the bus to pick me up, to lugging it around an airport.
God forbid, you start lugging it around in an airport such as Chicago's O'Hare airport.
That thing was just an absolute mess.
What I didn't realize is that I can only carry so much in my luggage.
Yes, there are luggage sets out there that don't even have wheels! Since my set was rather old and I don't purchase that many older items, I had found that it was time to purchase a set with wheels and I'm so glad that I did this.
First off, you're going to want to ask yourself the following questions, when you're thinking about getting a set.
It's not that hard to find, since there are so many to choose from.
You're just going to want to make sure that you're choosing the right one.
How much space do you need? Are you going to be traveling by yourself or are you going to be traveling with a family? Since the checked in baggage fees are going to add up, you're going to want to make sure that you can cram as much as you can into a bag.
Do you need compartments? Some bags are fancy.
You can get bags with 10 compartments, while other ones have only 2.
I guess if you're organized, you're going to want to get one with a lot of compartments.
This is really a personal choice and up to you on what's going to work the best.
Get good quality.
While it's tempting to purchase a bag with a nice price tag, you're going to want to worry about the quality as well.
I had purchased a cheap bag back in the day.
I regret it because it only lasted me about 8 months before it broke while I was zipping it up.
Now, if you're looking for some bags such as these, here are my top 5 brands that you should highly consider...
- High Sierra