Where to begin? Flights booked, room confirmed, itinerary printed. Yet even if you’ve finished all of the hard (and expensive) work of planning a getaway (or your assistant did this for a business trip), you need to resolve your luggage situation. You might already have a bag, you might need one. If you have one, do you have the right one? Is it durable? Does it cooperate when you sprint towards Gate 34C 10 seconds before boarding begins?

If you don’t have a bag, where do you start? What features do you need to look out for? How do you decide between a larger unit and a smaller one? Breathe. We’ve got you covered.

First and foremost, look for carry-on size and durability when considering a travel bag. Nowadays, there are “smart” carry-on bags that claim to significantly enhance the travel experience. However, if you focus too much on the pictures and less on the details, you might end up paying too much for an overpriced phone charger.

Read this comprehensive guide to truly understand the benefits and considerations of the modern-day luggage universe. Your luggage is only as smart as you are.

@itsdanest and Chester Travels.
@kenbradleyfit with Chester Travels.

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