Reviewed by Southern Girl from Indiana on Monday, December 17, 2012
This is the perfect suitcase for crowded flights. It holds almost as much as my roll-aboard, but fits under the seat--no more gate-checking the roll-aboard! Even full, it weighs less than my roll-aboard does empty. Backpack straps are very comfortable. Somebody tired of gate-checking roll-aboards ...
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Reviewed by sarah from seattle on Tuesday, August 27, 2013
My second one, different color. I used this and a tote bag, for a 5 day trip to Texas (hot, lighter clothes) and it was plenty of room. It would fit under the seat in front of you, but I put it in the overhead bins. So much easier to handle than other carry-ons.
Reviewed by sarah from seattle on Sunday, April 7, 2013
I chose this over a rolling suitcase. I want to be hands free, and the rollers don't allow for that. I don't take LONG trips, and I will just carry less to use this suitcase. My ONE issue is that the video included with the product shows a shoulder strap. However this is the SMALL Wingman and the shoulder strap comes on the MEDIUM Wingman bag. The size difference is minimal and a friend had an extra shoulder strap that I attached to the backpack strap D rings. Works GREAT! A bit odd carrying it from the short end of the bag, but I always have the option of the backpack straps. I prefer shoulder straps, as backpacks are tougher to use in your 50's and beyond!
Reviewed by unknown from unknown on Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Outstanding product. Best price on the internet. Item was exactly as advertised. Very pleased. Purchased for petite female, fit perfectly, just the right size. Planning to use on 10 day European vacation as only luggage.
I was a little nervous about buying this bag after reading some of the reviews stating it was too small, but I think its the perfect size. I bought it for some of the overnight / 2 day trips I do for work and this bag is just the right size. It actually fits a lot more than I was expecting.