Tons of room for tons of gear.
Wow. That's a lot of stuff. We mean, a LOT. But no worries, it'll fit inside the DAKINE Women's EZ Traveler 120 Rolling Gear Bag. And since the EZ Traveler 120 rolls on durable urethane wheels and has a retractable handle, you don't have to carry this monstrosity, just pull it along. This bag also includes two external pockets, so you don't have to dig through everything when you need a light jacket. Sealable vent panels let soggy boots and other damp gear air out instead of fester.
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The bag is great for travel, has a zippered off section that can be opened inside the bag to make it the full size and then a small zippered pocket up near the handle. This bag is super cute and easy to spot at the airport!
are the dimensions listed in the description...
are the dimensions listed in the description the actual dimensions of the rolling bag?
great bag great price!
I bought this bag and the small duffle for a trip out west and i must say i was skeptical pending the reviews i read about the bag size and the odd zipper inside splitting the compartments. I however love this bag and it can fit a ton of stuff. The only annoyance is it doesn't stand up right by itself all the time...sometimes it does but i just lean it against my leg. This bag is great for the price, its cute and large to fit all your stuff. I would recommend to anyone.
Not the Best
Pros: You can pack 'like a girl' for a weeks long vacation and fit everything in this suitcase. Meaning it holds a TON of stuff. Great for car vacations.
Cons: The back of the suitcase is the only 'firm' side. The other three sides have no structure and it is more like a humungous duffle bag. This was a little dissapointing since they really throw bags around at the airport...which brings me to my next point...
The official dimensions L+W+H say it's 60in, if you measure it by hand stuffed full, it seems more like 62" which is exactly the Airport limitation these days. Too close for comfort - I'm not about to risk paying another $100 fee for my bag.
My last complaint is that there is no side handle for picking up the suitcase. Since it is so tall, this makes lifting it or carrying it more difficult.
Good, Not Great
I bought this for my wife. She likes it and so far no issues have arisen. The overall quality seems a bit on the cheap side and in my opinion it looks a bit cheap in person. Since we have not used it for an extended amount of time, I cannot comment on longevity.
Is there anything about this that makes...
Is there anything about this that makes it women's other than the colors/fabric prints?
Write your question here...How come the...
Write your question here...How come the one line says 5400 cu in. and the specs say 7400.
its 5400 cu in. That 7300 is just a typo.
I need to purchase a large bag for...
I need to purchase a large bag for traveling and I like this one but can't figure it out with the limited pictures.I don't understand how this bag opens. Is it just the small zippered opening through the front pocket? It seems like that would be hard to pack and see what's in the bag.Or does it open wide so you can fully see inside?
The whole front opens with two different pockets.
can i get pictures of the inside of this...
can i get pictures of the inside of this case
Does it fit in the overhead compartment?
Does it fit in the overhead compartment?
Here are a few guidelines for carry-on dimensions. Please keep in mind that you should verify with the specific airline you are using for carry-on sizes and rules. You can also find this information on the inside flap of your ticket booklet.U.S. - Most U.S. domestic, non commuter airlines 22"x14"x9". Many allow a second smaller item as well such as a tote, cosmetic bag, briefcase, etc. International - 18"x14"x9" - This is a recommended carry-on size and will very from airline to airline. Comments - People are always asking about that United Airlines template. You know, the square metal thing on the security belt that your carry-on luggage has to feed through in order to be legal carry-on size. The template says 14" x 9". This concerns people because most wheeled carry-on luggage are 14"x9" not including the carry handle and other little bumps that can add up and make the bag about 14.5"x9.5". So I measured a United Airlines template at LAX international and it was actually 15"x10". They can't fool me.