Sometimes the most effective way to pack is to keep things simple. That’s exactly what you get with the Aerial Hardside Carry On Spinner: an effective, sleek design that gives you just enough room for only the things you need.
Inside, the carry-on contains compression straps to keep your cargo securely in place along with compartments designed specifically for socks, chargers and underwear. Hidden behind these compartments lies a laundry section for soiled clothes so you can keep them separated from your clean shirts. Plus, we imagine that helps with the smell.
On the outside is where this luggage really shines. The scratch-resistant exterior comes in a white matte, textured finish for a sleek design both professional and stylish. The corners are impact resistant, while the push button handle is rubberized for maximum comfort. The highlight of the carry on is the 360-degree spinning wheels, which allow you to navigate the airport at maximum speed.
The carry-on meets both domestic and international requirements and only weighs 6.2 pounds, making it easy to pull and lift. It has a 43-liter packing capacity and has an integrated packing checklist to help ensure you don’t forget anything important.
The Aerial Hardside retails online for $218.
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You’ve passed through security and still have another hour or so to kill before you need to head to your boarding gate. So what is there to do? Shop, of course! But while the stores may be a tempting and expensive way to pass the time, here are a few items better left behind than toted in your carry-on.