- Product Dimensions: 20 x 14 x 22 inches ; 7.94 pounds
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- ASIN: B00371OCRQ
- Item model number: 108227_36
- Average Customer Review: 194 customer reviews
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OGIO Layover Travel Bag (Stealth)
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- Internal compression straps
- Three low profile external pockets
- Quiet durable urethane wheels for added stability over curbs and rough terrain
- Multiple grab handles,Two stage pullman handle
- Dimensions: 22 H x 14 W x 10 D. Weight: 8lbs/3.6 Kg Lbs.
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Take on travel in style with the versatile OGIO® Layover bag! Custom in-line skate wheels and locking retractable handles provide optimum mobility. Two-stage pullman handle. Internal compression straps. Two low profile external pockets. Custom OGIO ID sleeve. Skate wheels for added stability. Multiple grab handles. Airline regulation carry-on size with 3 in expansion zipper. Capacity: 46L Imported. Measurements: Width: 14 in Depth: 10 in Height: 22 in Weight: 8 lbs This product may have a manufacturer's warranty. Please visit the manufacturer's website or contact us at email@example.com for full manufacturer warranty details.
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I've gotten a chance now to operate out of the EMB jets now that are 2 and 2 for seating and where your bags are stowed sideways in the overheads. Again same thing it'a very close. I do really wish Ogio that you didn't make the sled design on the bottom portrude out so much from the bottom of the bag. I understand why you did for protection but that's like almost 2 inches lost right there that the bag is just kinda hovering off the ground. I would highly recommend reducing the size of those because you're losing capacity in the bag itself due to the height restrictions. Make it so the bag actually sits on the ground and you can gain back that few inches of packing space. Or I'd say just remove that little guard all together and make the storage area fill In the gap. Hopefully this helps everyone! So far so good with the quality and the 15+ round trips I've taken since last review.
Its a big bag, it rolls really well (its a 2 wheeler), it supports my often overloaded Tumi breif on top of the Ogio back without tipping over. It fits really well (when not expanded) into all the newer model overheads in airplanes. Some older Southwest/Delta/AA planes you have to make sure you put it in wheels first to fit. Also if you're 100% loaded up inside without expanding, you cannot put items in the front exterior pockets or it won't slide in the overhead. The bag has tons of space inside, two compacting straps, and two large lid compartments I usually fill with socks, underwear, and undershirts. I can easily pack for a week long business trip and carry on with this. A better packer than me could probably get even more days out of this bag.
I normally buy Tumi carry on bags, but this is actually my favority bag over my comparable 22" Tumi Alpha carry-on. And I travel enough every year to get A-List on Southwest, and previously Gold or Plat on Delta.
The only reason for 4/5 stars is the handle. They improved the material of the handles to a more sturdy, stout aluminum and it telescopes out in a single stage where many bags have a two stage telescoping handle. What I do not like is the shape of the handle where you hold it. It feels weird and opposite of ergonomic. When I turn my hand upside down, it feels completely good but the way I carry it, it feels off and not ergonomic. Not a deal breaker for me, but I wish the engineers that designed it would have asked someone to try to use it before putting it on the market.