10 Best Travel Roller Bag

Updated on: June 2021

Best Travel Roller Bag in 2021


Samsonite Andante 2 Drop Bottom Wheeled Rolling Duffel Bag, All Black, 28-Inch

Samsonite Andante 2 Drop Bottom Wheeled Rolling Duffel Bag, All Black, 28-Inch
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

AmazonBasics Rolling Bag Laptop Computer Case with Wheels

AmazonBasics Rolling Bag Laptop Computer Case with Wheels
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Rolling laptop case designed for on-the-go professionals
  • Easy-access front pocket with compartments for smaller items like pens, notepads, and business cards
  • Designed to protect laptops with up to 15.6 inch screens
  • Lightweight yet sturdy design
  • Fits under airplane seats
  • Adjustable push-button locking handle with quick-rolling wheels

Olympia 8 Pocket Rolling Duffel Bag, Navy, 33 inch

Olympia 8 Pocket Rolling Duffel Bag, Navy, 33 inch
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Constructed Of Supreme "Protecflon" Polyester With 1200 D. Polyester
  • Recessed in-line skate metal ball bearing wheel system and hide-away retractable handle
  • Self-repairing excel zippers, Weighs 7.1 pounds
  • 8 convenient pockets for maximum packing versatility. U-shape top opening for easy access to spacious main compartment pocket.
  • Size: 15.5x14x33 inches
  • Note: "Stand by itself" - It is all subject to the balance of load that is controlled by the user

Fila 7-Pocket Large Rolling Duffel Bag, Black/Blue, One Size

Fila 7-Pocket Large Rolling Duffel Bag, Black/Blue, One Size
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Polyester
  • Spacious main compartment
  • Multiple zippered pockets
  • Internal handle system
  • In-line skate wheel system
  • L-30 X W-13 X H-13

Rockland Rolling Duffel Bag, Black, 22-Inch

Rockland Rolling Duffel Bag, Black, 22-Inch
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Black
  • Fashionable duffle in fun prints.
  • Extra large wheels for easy mobility
  • Heavy duty zipper and large u shaped opening
  • Four front pockets for additional storage

Rockland Rolling Duffel Bag, Black, 36-Inch

Rockland Rolling Duffel Bag, Black, 36-Inch
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Five exterior pockets
  • Heavy-duty plastic stand

Samsonite Upright Wheeled Carry-On Underseater, Black, Large

Samsonite Upright Wheeled Carry-On Underseater, Black, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Fits Under Most Airline Seats for easy access to belongings en route, please check with your Airline for more information as under seat storage capacities and Dimensions can vary
  • Inline Skate Wheels Constructed of polyurethane with ball bearings to minimize frictional resistance, offer durability and reduced resistance for smooth rolling
  • Ergonomic, Push Button Locking Handle is Designed to fit comfortably in your hand
  • Wetpak Zippered Compartment which allows you to separately pack damp or soiled items
  • Quick Stash Exterior Pockets for increased Packing organization of smaller items
  • Smarts Sleeve On Back allows bag to be placed over handle of most upright Luggage pieces
  • Packing Dimensions: 16.0" x 13.0" x 7.5", Overall Dimensions: 16.5" x 13.0" x 9.25", Weight: 5.5 pounds

Perry Ellis Men's Extra Large 35" Rolling Duffel Bag-A335, Black/Grey, One Size

Perry Ellis Men's Extra Large 35
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • BUILT TO LAST - Constructed with strong dobby nylon, this bag also features plastic knobs underneath to protect the fabric from deteriorating. Baggage handlers at the airport don't stand a chance.
  • CARRY IT OR WHEEL IT - The tuck away push button aluminum trolley handle gives you the option to roll the bag or carry it however you like.
  • STAY ORGANIZED - An exterior shoe pocket and bonus small exterior pocket secure your belongings. The bungee cord on top is perfect for a jacket or lightweight items.
  • EXTREMELY SPACIOUS - At 35 inches in length and 17 inches in depth, you will definitely be able to fit plenty for your extended trips. Just make sure you don't pack too much to avoid extra baggage weight charges.

Travelers Club 36" ADVENTURE Travel Rolling Duffle Bag, Red

Travelers Club 36
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • 36" Duffel: 36" L x 14" W x 14. 5" H
  • Built for Long Term Vacations and Trips: Double packing compartment, multiple side pockets for organization
  • Lightweight, Durable, Recommended Under 40 lb. Carry Capacity
  • Exterior front accessory pockets. Fully-lined interior with spacious main interior compartment
  • In-line heavy duty blade wheels for all-terrain mobility
  • Department Name: Unisex-Adult

REDCAMP Foldable Duffle Bag with Wheels 85L 26", 1680D Oxford Collapsible Large Duffel Bag with Rollers for Camping Travel Gear, Black

REDCAMP Foldable Duffle Bag with Wheels 85L 26
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • MATERIAL: REDCAMP durable roller duffel bag is made of high density waterproof 1680D PVC Oxford and 210D Polyester, wear resistant and tear resistant. Tough webbing and strategic seam reinforcement in high stress areas with versatile carry options give this bag a high strength to weight ratio
  • TREADED WHEELS: This wheeled duffle bag has sturdy heavy-duty treaded rubber wheels in a protective wheel housing for smooth mobility and maximum durability. Easily maneuvers through airports and hotels, as well as over unpaved, bumpy or muddy surfaces
  • LARGE CAPACITY & LIGHTWEIGHT & PORTABLE: Up to 85L with dimensions of 25.6 x 14 x 14 inches / 65 x 36 x 36cm (L x W x H). This foldable duffle bag can be folded into a compact carry pouch of 7.9 x 15.7 inches / 20 x 40 cm (W x H). Weight is only 3lbs/1.34kg
  • MULTIFUNCTIONAL: Used as travel bag, shopping bag, luggage, gym bag, sports bag, hiking and camping bag, beach bag, season laundry bag, storage bag. You can use it for many different events as it could expands to a good size
  • 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: REDCAMP offers a 365-day full manufacturer warranty. If any piece breaks, contact us and we replace the bag or provide a full refund

Donate Your Excess Belongings to Charitable Organizations

Don't waste time and energy with a yard sale. Instead, donate your excess clutter to a charitable organization. Luggage is needed at foster care systems, and clothing for women and children should be given to the local battered women's shelter.

Let's start with the clothes. Start by sorting them in two piles; the first pile of clothes to be thrown out or turned into rags, clothes that are torn, worn out, and or stained, and the second pile of everything else. Then sort the "keep" pile into three more piles: men's, women's and children's. The men's clothes can be donated to the Salvation Army or Good Will (so can the women's and children's but I have a much less obvious suggestion for what to do with those clothes).

Contact your local battered women's shelter. These are places set up by various organizations, including but not limited to hospitals, churches and the county government, as safe havens for victims of domestic violence. More often than not those seeking shelter in these places have left their homes more concerned with being away from their bad situation than with packing a change of clothes. Because of this, many of these shelters warmly welcome donations of clothing and shoes, some take limited donations of other things like toys and bedding (blankets, pillows, sleeping bags). Offering the women and children who come into the shelter a fresh, clean change of clothes will help to make them a little more comfortable in their temporary surroundings.

When donating clothes to the women's shelter, remember to include clean, neat bras and underwear. This is something people often overlook, both when donating clothes and when packing in a hurry to escape their circumstances. As long as they are clean and have minimal signs of wear (no holes, minimal fray, the elastic still in tact) these are great things to donate to victims of domestic violence.

If, in your cleaning, you have uncovered luggage of any kind; suitcases, duffle bags, backpacks, no matter how much or what size, place a call to the local child protective services or foster care system. In many cases, children who are shifted between families within the foster care system, travel with their belongings in garbage bags. Not only is luggage more convenient, it offers them a sense of pride because what, besides garbage, belongs in a garbage bag? Because of this, many foster care systems have in place a program called Suitcases for Kids. When a new child enters the system, they are given a suitcase or bag from the donated collection to carry their possessions from home to home without enlisting the aid of Hefty.

Any other household items you have uncovered can be donated to stores which have dedicated all or part of their profits to a non-profit organization. In my community we have stores that give money from their sales to Habitat for Humanity and to the Hospice program (a program which runs solely on charity donations and offers in home medical care to terminally ill patients). And if you have a Habitat for Humanity chapter in your area, tools that are in good working condition can be donated for use by volunteers (the professionals come equipped with their own tools).

A yard sale or garage sale is a good way to make money off the junk you have cleaned out of the bottom of the hall closet, but let's face it, the money is just going to go to buy more junk to stuff in the bottom of the closet. Not to mention, next spring you will see your old junk in your neighbor's yard sale. Why not donate your old junk to someone who could really use it and benefit from it? It will help make someone else's life a little more comfortable and will make you feel good for helping them.

You have just completed your spring cleaning. You have scrubbed the walls and windows, steamed the carpet and emptied out the closets. And in the process you have uncovered mounds of things you haven't seen, some in decades. Since you haven't seen it in years, chances are you no longer need it. So, what can you do with it? You could sell it, you could throw it away, or you could give it away. But not to just anyone. There are plenty of charities and non-profit organizations that will take a good portion of that pile off your hands and donating to well-deserving organizations will give you a sense of pride and humanity.

Let's start with the clothes. Start by sorting them in two piles; the first pile of clothes to be thrown out or turned into rags, clothes that are torn, worn out, and or stained, and the second pile of everything else. Then sort the "keep" pile into three more piles: men's, women's and children's. The men's clothes can be donated to the Salvation Army or Good Will (so can the women's and children's but I have a much less obvious suggestion for what to do with those clothes).

Contact your local battered women's shelter. These are places set up by various organizations, including but not limited to hospitals, churches and the county government, as safe havens for victims of domestic violence. More often than not those seeking shelter in these places have left their homes more concerned with being away from their bad situation than with packing a change of clothes. Because of this, many of these shelters warmly welcome donations of clothing and shoes, some take limited donations of other things like toys and bedding (blankets, pillows, sleeping bags). Offering the women and children who come into the shelter a fresh, clean change of clothes will help to make them a little more comfortable in their temporary surroundings.

When donating clothes to the women's shelter, remember to include clean, neat bras and underwear. This is something people often overlook, both when donating clothes and when packing in a hurry to escape their circumstances. As long as they are clean and have minimal signs of wear (no holes, minimal fray, the elastic still in tact) these are great things to donate to victims of domestic violence.

If, in your cleaning, you have uncovered luggage of any kind; suitcases, duffle bags, backpacks, no matter how much or what size, place a call to the local child protective services or foster care system. In many cases, children who are shifted between families within the foster care system, travel with their belongings in garbage bags. Not only is luggage more convenient, it offers them a sense of pride because what, besides garbage, belongs in a garbage bag? Because of this, many foster care systems have in place a program called Suitcases for Kids. When a new child enters the system, they are given a suitcase or bag from the donated collection to carry their possessions from home to home without enlisting the aid of Hefty.

Any other household items you have uncovered can be donated to stores which have dedicated all or part of their profits to a non-profit organization. In my community we have stores that give money from their sales to Habitat for Humanity, Women Build and to the Hospice program (a program which runs solely on charity donations and offers in-home medical care to terminally ill patients). And if you have a Habitat for Humanity or Women Build chapter in your area, tools that are in good working condition can be donated for use by volunteers (the professionals come equipped with their own tools).

A yard sale or garage sale is a good way to make money off the junk you have cleaned out of the bottom of the hall closet, but let's face it, the money is just going to go to buy more junk to stuff in the bottom of the closet. Not to mention, next spring you will see your old junk in your neighbor's yard sale. Why not donate your old junk to someone who could really use it and benefit from it? It will help make someone else's life a little more comfortable and will make you feel good for helping them.

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