Briggs & Riley Baseline – Domestic Carry-On Upright Garment Bag SKU:#8092756
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Briggs & Riley Baseline Domestic Carry-On Upright Garment Bag SKU: #8092756
A Garment Bag That’s Perfect for The Modern Traveler
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A Great Soft-Sided Garment Bag for all Your Travel Needs
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Simple as that® lifetime warranty even covers airline damage.Capacity 2662 cu. in. / 43.6 liters.Case Dimensions 21 x 14 x 8 in. / 53.5 x 35.5 x 20.5 cm. Luggage measures 22″ high with wheels and handle
Breeze through tight airplane aisles with the convenience of a garment bag and the versatility of a packing case in this 2-in-1 wheeled, upright carry-on, the garment section holds 1-2 suits and the packing compartment is ideal for clothing and accessories. Self – repairing YKK zippers for smooth zipper action with lockable.
Ballistic nylon outer fabric resists wear, moisture, dirt and abrasion, lightweight honeycomb frame provides flexibility, durability and shape retention
Outsider handle provides greater interior capacity and a flat interior surface for packing so clothing arrives wrinkle-free, aircraft-grade aluminum telescoping handle system
V-groove handle tubes are stronger and guarantee less jamming, outsider pocket for convenient storage of quick-access items, tethered smartlink strap transports two or more bags as one.
1680D ballistic nylon outer fabric resists wear, moisture, dirt and abrasion. Outsider handle provides greater interior capacity and a flat interior surface for packing so clothing arrives wrinkle-free. Outsider pocket for convenient storage of quick-access items.
Mesh corner pockets for odd-shaped items. Removable zip-in extender panel keeps longer garments neat. Create a hanging shelf by attaching garment bag hook to exterior of bag. Webbing straps will form an angle to create a ‘shelf’ from the packing section, still allowing full access to garments.
Flat packing section features elastic accessory pockets and garment-securing panels.
Superb carry-on, see photos and Q&A
369 people found this helpful
I fly 100K miles a year, and it was time to get a better carry-on bag than the old Samsonite I’ve used for 10 years. I debated between the crew versions of Travelpro and this Briggs & Riley, and finally went for this. I’m glad I did; it is extremely thoughtfully engineered, beautiful but understated, and without a doubt extremely high quality. Following are some questions and answers that might be of help to you in deciding. Can I see other photos? As of this writing, the Olive color bag has more photos than the Black version. Click on that color to see them. I’ve also posted some of my own. What are the real dimensions? I measured it carefully and took photos with a tape measure; check the photos I added to the customer images. Meanwhile, the dimensions are 21.9″ tall, by 13.9″ wide, by 9.25″ deep (measuring to the front seam, with no additional depth to the front pocket). Thus, it is within the US domestic limits for height and width, but is about 1/4″ deeper than the officially allowed carry on size. However, that is more conservative in size than many bags that people carry on. If I ever run into problems with it, I’ll update. Does it fit in the sizer? Yes, but barely on depth.
Just simplified my travel
29 people found this helpful
I’ll make this simple. If you travel and need pressed shirts, pants or suits – buy this bag. It’s the only bag Ive found that is both really convenient and gets your shirts, pants and suits to the hotel intact. I got rid of my Dopp kit (and instead use the velcro cases in the suiter – see picture on sink) and even my Tumi backpack on shorter trips. In place of the backpack I bought a
My favorite travel bag
12 people found this helpful
After a year of use and over 30 flights with this bag, I can honestly say this is my favorite piece of luggage. So much so that I bought another for my wife (she likes it too). Construction is top notch. I check it as much as carry on and it is holding up very well to even baggage handlers at some of North America’s worst baggage handling airports (international I use a different carry on). When it eventually breaks/wears, I know B&R will back it (I own other B&R bags and the warranty coverage has been spectacular). I know some people like spinners – My experience is that they jam and snap and it is much better to have a quality roller like this that doesn’t break. The 1-2 suit garment bag upper and the open lower give you the right packing for anything from a weekend to a week away. I typically use it for Mon-Thurs work weeks away and I arrive without wrinkles. Vacations without suits? Lots of room. Yeah, it’s not a steamer trunk – You have to plan well and pack carefully, but if you want to travel with everything you own, buying a carry on size piece and complaining about space is right up near the top on the idiot scale. How much do I like this bag?
No doubt the best pieces of luggage I’ve ever owned
11 people found this helpful
I will never use or buy another luggage brand again. Exceptional high quality items! I also have the Briggs & Riley baseline expandable large spinner. No doubt the best pieces of luggage I’ve ever owned. And… nothing beats the lifetime warranty!! This carry-on is perfect for a three-day business trip. I was easily able to fit one suit jacket, one cardigan, one thin cashmere sweater, three dress shirts, undergarments, socks, two days of workout clothes, a pair of sneakers, small makeup case (3 x 7), and a fairly large dock kit (5 x 10). I highly recommend this carry-on – it’s the BEST!!
Disappointing. Suitcase carry-on a much better buy.
3 people found this helpful
As a serious business traveler I love B&R and will only buy their luggage. Their international carry-on spinner is my go-to bag: great design, indestructible. So when I needed a garment bg I looked here first: this was a mistake. While the build is good, the design is awful: 1) being used to a four wheeler, two wheels is a big step back. Very poor maneuverability. 2) the suitcase is tilted forward while standing. So when you add a backpack or briefcase to the handle it falls over. Again and again. 3) absolutely no improvement to wrinkles in a suit compared to folding in a suitcase. 4) does not expand accordion style unlike the suitcase. And the design leaves very little room for anything beyond a pair of shoes in the second compartment. In short disappointed by the garment bag in general, and this design specifically. Not worth it.
I so wanted to like this with the two compartments and garment bag
6 people found this helpful
I so wanted to like this with the two compartments and garment bag. Unfortunately I can’t recommend. I took this on a couple international trips and the garment bag portion of the luggage was terrible. Clothes were far more wrinkled than when I packed meticulously in a standard back and with one suit and a couple shirts for a few days, the bag could barely close. Thankfully, Amazon’s exceptional customer service allowed me to return the item after using, and I purchased an expandable Baseline, which has been wonderful.
Very good, with some tradeoffs
I have owned this bag for 3 years as of this writing and it has been my go-to roller bag Use case: – Travel 50-70 nights per year, almost all within USA – At least 2/3 of the ownership period, I lived in an area that almost always required a transfer – Most of those flights required at least one leg in a small regional jet or “puddle jumper” (I am painfully familiar with the Embraer 175 or 190 and similar small jets.) This means frequent gate checks – This is one of 2 bags (second is usually a small to medium convertible backpack–Tom Bihn or Topo Designs–with personal effects,) – Male jacket size is 46-48R (this will become relevant as you read on) First, the quality of this bag is really outstanding. Never had a problem with snags, tears, weather leakages, poor handling by the airline. In this respect, you absolutely get what you pay for. I’ve never had to call on the guarantee, which I hear is legendarily good. Second, the size is compact enough to fit in many overhead bins, even on the regional jets and puddle jumpers. Fitting it under the seat ahead of you is a little dicey.
Best suitcase for the money
5 people found this helpful
I love this suitcase. Solid zippers, easy to roll, and love all the compartments that use otherwise waster space. I can get two suits and two shirts in the garment section, and a week’s worth of clothes in the other section. Best part is the warranty (Note, I haven’t had to use it) but if it needs to be fixed, I can simply drop it off at one of two locations within ten minutes of my house. This really is an amazing bag.