Go anywhere with the traveler’s choice U.S. Traveler Rio two piece expandable carry-on luggage se. This luggage set is made of luxurious superior 1200d rigid polyester construction. It features an interior deluxe retractable push-button/ self-locking handle system and inline skate wheels with corner protectors. It has all the space you need to pack your travel essentials including multiple front pockets and a large zippered mesh lid pocket. Need more room? The expandable feature provides 25% more packing capacity. Plus, it features full interior lining and dual adjustable tie down straps to secure your belongings. The solid metal hardware protects your things and the EVA padded front panel is designed to provide extra durability. Plus, the top and side carry handles make lifting luggage easy. Dimensions: 21-inch upright: 21 in. H x 13.5 In. W x 7.5 In. D (expands to 9 In. D); 6.6 lbs; travel tote: 14 in. W x 10 in. H x 6 in. D; 1.3 Lbs.
Internal deluxe retractable push-button, Self-locking handle system for easy maneuvering
Piggy-bag-strap for easy-carrying the tote bag together
Elegant fully lined interior with tie-down straps and large interior meshed zipper pocket
Expandable feature that offers more packing capacity
Inline skate wheels, reinforced wheel housing
Adjustable and detachable non-slip padded shoulder strap on tote
Dimensions : Tote Bag measures 14″W x 10″H x 6″D and the rolling bag measures 21″H x 13.5″W x 7.5″D
Whether this set is right for you (or not) is going to depend on five things: destination, duration, purpose, statement, and style.
Destination: Where are you going? I’m headed to a hot climate. If I were going to Juneau in January, I’d need bulky stuff like sweaters, coats, etc. Note that I’m also not trying to lug along a lot of sports gear; I’ll rent what I need.
Duration: How long are you going to stay? If you’ve done the math on my packing list, you’ve figured out that I might wear the same shirt twice. Oh, the horror!! Well, if any get too stinky, I’ll rinse them out in the hotel sink.
Purpose: Why are you making the trip? i.e., what will you do when you get there? Mine’s purely leisure, so I don’t need to pack suits, ties, dress shoes and shirts, etc. Maybe you’re a bridesmaid in a wedding, and you have to pack a big, ugly, pastel dress with matching shoes, I dunno.
Statement: Do you care what others think about your luggage? Seriously, to some people, this is an important fashion statement, so they buy Coach, Louis Vuitton, Tumi, et. al. I guess my statement is, “efficient cheapskate.”
Style: What’s your attitude about what’s necessary? This is the biggie when it comes to luggage, and it’s entirely personal. As you can tell from my packing list, I’m willing to “suffer” through the repetition of some clothing items. On the other hand, I once lived with a woman who — even if we were headed to a beach in Mexico — needed an entire suitcase devoted to nothing but her shoes. If that sounds like you, then yeah, this set might be too small.