incase carry-on luggage

A Stylish Piece of Carry-On Luggage That Will Actually Fit Overhead

* Meets most airline carry-on size requirements
* Made from ballistic nylon that’s resistant to tearing and abrasions
* 40L of capacity includes dedicated slot for laptop and compartment divider

Purchasing a new piece of carry-on can be quite stressful. Even though it claims to meet carry-on size requirements, you can’t help but wonder if it will actually be allowed on-board. Well, there’s nothing to worry about with Incase’s VIA Roller 21 suitcase.

Believe it or not, Incase makes more than just iPhone cases and laptop sleeves. In fact, they’ve been making design-focused gear for the adventure type since 1997 – that’s ten years before Apple released the first iPhone!

Buy: Incase Wheeled Carry-On $349.95

Made from the same material that was invented by DuPont to help protect World War II airmen, the VIA Roller 21 utilizes the lightest ballistic nylon without sacrificing strength for weight. You’ll even find the material in some motorcycle jackets today. Which means you needn’t worry about some bumps or tumbles rendering your carry-on useless at the most inopportune time.

Inside, you’ll find a lot can fit into the bag’s 22 inches of space. The Roller holds up to 40L of capacity and includes a dedicated slot for your 15-inch laptop, as well as a compartment divider to keep things organized. Even with a telescoping pull handle, the VIA Roller 21 tips the scale at just eight pounds and the urethane wheels make for a smooth ride.

So if you’re on the hunt for a new piece of carry-on that not only looks great but functions like you would expect, you should definitely consider the VIA Roller 21 from Incase.

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