Updated December 18, 2018 by Gregg Parker

The 10 Best Luggage For International Travel

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This wiki has been updated 12 times since it was first published in December of 2018. When planning for a trip out of the country, there are different considerations from when you're flying domestic. Many airlines have weight restrictions, even if you aren't checking a bag, and size requirements for overhead bins vary among carriers. One of these durable and spacious selections will allow you to take what you need while still looking stylish as you strut through the hotel lobby. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best luggage for international travel on Amazon.

10. Travelers Choice Tasmania

9. Steve Madden Softside Collection

8. Topnice Sling

7. Seenlast Backpack

6. Tumi V3

5. Delsey Helium Aero

4. Witzman Rucksack

3. London Fog Cambridge

2. Briggs & Riley Baseline

1. Travelpro Crew 11

Editor's Notes

December 14, 2018:

As someone who has backpacked across Europe and taken many shorter international trips with a suitcase, I can confirm that the giant 80-liter backpack is completely unnecessary. They allow you to take more than you need, are difficult to organize, and hurt to lug around. Unless you're hiking through the mountains, the area between the train station and your lodging will be paved, so get a good carry-on and save yourself the trouble.

Gregg Parker
Last updated on December 18, 2018 by Gregg Parker

Gregg Parker is a writer and puppy enthusiast who divides his time between Los Angeles and the rest of the world. A graduate of the University of Southern California, his eclectic career has involved positions in education, health care, entertainment, nonprofit fundraising, technology, and literature. A points and miles expert, he's well-versed in all topics related to travel, including luggage and travel accessories. Other areas of expertise include pet care products, teaching resources, kitchen appliances, and anything related to coffee or barbecue.

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