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Having the right gear is a huge part of traveling easily, but if you’re like me, you don’t have the money to blow on expensive products that don’t even get the job done. I decided to give Y’all reviews on all the products that I purchased myself and used. These companies did not send them to me and I did not have any contact with any of them prior to buying them. I want you guys to know all the pros and cons of each item, then be able to make your decision of if it is best for you and your needs.

I’ve been on the hunt for the PERFECT suitcases and here’s what I’ve found so far.

American Tourister Fieldbrook XLT 4 pc Luggage Set

It includes : Boarding bag: 10″ h x 15″ w x 6.5″ d – .083 lb
Wheeled duffel: 11.5 h x 23″ w x 12″ d – 2.66 lb
Upright small: 21″ h x 14″ w x 3″ d 5.55 lb
Upright large: 25″ h x 16.5″ w x 8″ d – 7 lb

This was the first suitcase that I bought all on my own. The ones that I previously had were old ones that my parents picked up from yard sales when I was a teenager. $75 for a suitcase set is a good deal especially for a broke college student struggling to make it in San Diego,
The duffel bag doesn’t have a retractable handle, but it did the job. The quality is more then I would expect from a set this cheap. Honestly, its a pretty damn good suitcase set for the price and it held up very well the short time I had it. If you plan on using it for road trips or flights within the U.S. and Mexico (the carry-on doesn’t meet the strict size requirements in Europe), then I would suggest. Someone actually stole the entire set other than the rolled duffel bag out of my garage one day when I left the door open, so I didn’t get a chance to use it a whole lot, but I really loved the set and the sleek black look while I had it and continue to use the roller bag.


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