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One of our favorite adventure travel brands will be relegated to the gilded halls of Ebay by the end of the year

We named the 40-liter Dakine Terminal Spinner the best carry-on luggage in our 2021 Summer Buyer’s Guide. “Dakine may have read our minds when it designed this smooth four-wheel roller, which addresses some of the biggest pain points of carry-on travel,” our tester wrote.

The Porter 46-liter travel pack is one of our staff favorites. “The 46-liter capacity is perfect for international travel, and the side compression straps allow me to adjust the bag to different amounts of gear,” our tester wrote.

With haulers this featured and well designed, you’ll be ready for anything

Kit yourself out for comfort, no matter the journey

Versatile bags to withstand your wildest journeys

Freitag's 85-liter Zippelin duffel uses innovative materials and packs down to the size of a shoebox. But is it worth the $980 price tag?

The best luggage for the overhead bin and the space under your seat

I traveled abroad on a shoestring budget. Here's how I did it—and how you can, too.

I traveled through three climates in three weeks and didn't check a bag. Here's how I packed.

A well-packed ski bag can mean the difference between an epic holiday and trashed gear. Here's how to do it right.

A well-packed ski bag can mean the difference between an epic holiday and trashed gear. Here's how to do it right.

This bag won a Gear of the Year award in our 2019 Summer Buyer’s Guide for best luggage. “The minimalist design is stylish enough for business trips, while the weather-resistant, wipe-clean Cordura fabric and burly wheels won’t be outgunned on an adventure-filled weekend with friends,” we wrote.

This bag is wildly useful and perfect for your weekend adventures

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