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Comments about Eagle Creek Tarmac Wheeled Luggage - 22":
I purchased a different manufacturer's 22" wheeled luggage from REI on the internet and returned it for the Eagle Creek unit.
I appreciate the heavy duty zippers and large zipper pulls on the main compartment. There is plenty of capacity if you are a tight packer. I used this item exclusively on a 1 week international business trip including both biz and casual wear and had plenty of room with space to add a few pieces of clothing I bought while there.
I did take out the metal "coat hanger" in the upper outside pocket. Chose to use the additional space for my 3-1-1 bag for easy access at the security checkpoints.
I've walked over two miles wheeling this luggage behind me and found the wheels to be reasonably quiet. No complaints wheeling on roads, sidewalks, or cobblestones.
Fits well in the overhead space on the plane. You could over-stuff it and get yourself booted into checked luggage, but that's fine. I'd rather have the capacity and not use it than not have it if I need it.
One nuisance is that it's a good idea to buckle the external straps whether you need them or not, because the straps dangle and will seem if they are going to catch on the airplane seats as you're wheeling the luggage down the aisle of an airplane...but this is a very minor problem.
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