Pack-It!™ Garment Sleeve
Pack-It!™ Garment Sleeve
Pack-It!™ Starter Set
Cargo Hauler Duffel 90 L/L
Pack-It!™ Garment Folder Large
Cargo Hauler Duffel 120 L/XL
Cargo Hauler Duffel 60 L/M
Expanse™ Collection AWD International Carry-On
Travel Essentials Packable Tote/Pack
Staright Up Business Brief RFID
Cargo Hauler Duffel 45 L/S
Cargo Hauler Duffel 45 L/S
Exploration Series ORV Trunk 30
I love being able to organize my suitcase and anything Eagle Creek puts out has been awesome. They are easy to use, and you can truly pack so many outfits! I highly suggest buying these for your next trip.
Dgaspar from Columbia on January 06, 2019
Light weight and durable. We have other Eagle products and have been very pleased with them. Bullet proof. rollers work great on airline floors.
Isaac from Long Beach, Ca on August 15, 2018
Not very supportive at all
Zappos Reviewer on July 05, 2018
Not supportive at all. You can pretty much get by with a blanket underneath your head or around your neck.
Zappos Reviewer on June 15, 2018
Zappos Reviewer on June 14, 2018
When I saw the brand---Eagle Creek means quality---and the price, I couldn't resist. AND the bag is extremely lightweight and practical with the cross-body or hand-hold strap. My only complaint: though the photo is gray, the description says 'black," which I chose---but the inside is so dark it's harder to find things than if it were a print or contrasting color. Still, for under $40 AND Eagle Creek AND lightweight AND strap options---I'm happy. If you're looking for a very basic, packable bag, you've found it.
Zappos Reviewer on May 25, 2018
*First Impression review* Soon to leave on a 3 month climbing/fishing/ camping trip where the pack will be thrown in and out of a truck almost daily. Duffel will be holding all clothes/hygiene/ miscellaneous. Looks tough, packs well. I like the square construction as opposed to the typical rounded duffel; this allows you to overstuff generously and the zippers seem tough enough to deal with it. I packed three pillows in it and took it outside to test water resistance. Sprayed from all sides with a hose for 5 seconds each and let sit. Unzipped a few minutes later and definitely a lot of wet through. This material appears like a vinyl, waterproof fabric but it allows water to absorb quite readily. The video is a bit misleading spraying it down with a garden hose and expecting it to stay dry. In some reviews people were using this as car top luggage and for expeditions in the elements( I.e pack trips, float trips). I'd strongly suggest looking at dry bags instead of this. Otherwise, it looks like some durable travel luggage but.... time will tell!
Tomcat from Makanda, IL on May 01, 2018
I hate the new sizing. Small is too small (works for kids clothing) and the medium is too big for ladies tops! I used my original packers for years, LOVED THEM! The new sizing is way off for ladies clothes. I gave it a 2 star only because I have always loved my packers. These new ones are USELESS for me. Sorry Eagle Creek!
Shirley from CA on April 23, 2018
I have had this bag now for more than a year, (since late 2016). It has been all over Latin America, (Guatemala, Chile, and ALL OVER Mexico), India, Spain, Caribbean, and of course all over the US. It has been used as a carry on as well as being checked. It has been on planes, trains, buses and yes, automobiles too. I rarely leave home without it. Because it is so lightweight, it can be packed inside my regular bag to give me an extra bag for things I pick up on during my travels. For it's small size, it carries an amazing amount. I have used this bag for a week long trip (along with a small day pack) and I had MORE than enough space for everything! After so many miles, you may wonder how the bag looks today? Well, it has a fews marks on it from checked airline travel BUT, is in VERY good shape and is packed for my next adventure as we speak. Please Eaglecreek, don't ever stop carrying this bag. I recommend this bag everywhere I go as I am asked about it often.
Laura from Mexico and USA on April 14, 2018
My husband and I purchased two of these for our month long trip to Europe and could not have asked for a better bag. They are super light, about 4 lbs lighter than most carry-ons, move easily, zip easily and very durable. If anyone says otherwise then they had a lemon. We carried these on many airlines and never had an issue. On the smallest overhead compartment we just put it in upside down and wheels out...not a problem. The large soft wheels worked on cobblestones, dirt and even loose gravel. We dragged them up stairs and even checked them on the way home...not a scratch. We used Eagle Creeks packing system, and some other brand as well. I used the Eagle Creek Original Pack-It Cube Set, plus one more of the middle sized cubes. My husband used the Eagle Creek Original Pack-It Cube Set...he was amazed at how many shirts fit in the folder. We had plenty of space and it was nice, when in between flights we were able to espand the bag for easy storage of souvenirs or dirty clothes. We used the hook on top for jackets or my travel purse, so I did not have to carry any weight around. Never had issues with the telescoping handle, liked that it could extend a bit taller than most, since I am 5'10 and my husband 6'3. All the grab handles came in handy during our trip. Seemed like overkill at first, but used them all. And they are a stretchy neoprene type material, so they kind of stretch when you walk or go up stairs, which really made a difference on our knees and back. So to sum it up, pack light, buy this bag, by travel cubes, do laundry every few days and you will be fine traveling a month in Europe.
JB from LOS ANGELES, CA on April 10, 2018
Excellent bag. Can be used as a duffel, with shoulder strap or as a rucksack. Its even expanable. Weighs nothing itself, but appears well made and rugged. Perfect casual carry-on for 3-4 days.
Zappos Reviewer on April 06, 2018
This bag is a major disappointment, compared to older Tarmac versions. Too much padding takes away valuable space. Why a laptop compartment? I am business traveler I am going to have my laptop in its own case or bag for going into the office. Luckily I found an older version of the Tarmac at my local Triple A office. Bought it immediately but feel duped I spent so much on the newer version that I deem worthless unless I just need a two night stay bags for a quick weekend.
Alan from Raleigh, NC on March 28, 2018
I used this bag for a three day trip. It was great at the airport and on the plane. So much easier to lug around than a suitcase and fit easily under my seat. Lugged it easily up and down the stairs during s 24 hr flight delay.
April from Wichita on March 15, 2018
This bag was exactly what I was looking for! Great travel bag. It packs about a weeks worth of clothes and is about carry on size for many airlines. It has loops that I run staps through to secure it to my motorcycle, it's water resistant, and lockable. When I get to the airport the backpack straps are great! Some chest straps and additional compartments inside would be cool but this does a great job for the price!
KPT from CA on March 11, 2018
Very nice, well made. Works as a pc backpack or pc briefcase. Looks like it will last a long time
John from undisclosed on March 03, 2018
Ditto my comments for the medium sized No Matter What duffel. After my experience with the medium size duffel I thought the smaller version might be better as a carry-on bag. And it is. Perfect size for easy carrying through an airport and for an overhead bin on the plane. Great size for an extra set of clothes, jackets and valuables in case your checked bag gets lost. Still holds a lot of stuff but easier to maneuver on the plane than the medium size duffel. I've been using this duffel for about a year now. I agree with some other reviewers that Eagle Creek could tone down the logo but as for functionality the bag can't be beat. A bit pricey but you get what you pay for.
Island B from Guam on March 03, 2018
It looks small but is easily packable. I love the slate blue color. I sort of wish it had shoulder straps, but that would probably make it too bulky.
Rebecca from undisclosed on March 01, 2018
This looked like just what I needed - lightweight, durable duffle with the extra help of wheels when needed - great for trips where you need to navigate city public transport and remote terrain. Sadly after two short haul commercial flights and a trip across London it has already got two holes in it - the fabric is just not robust enough. Really disappointing as I loved this bag when I got it and thought it would last me for a while.
RMG from London, UK on February 16, 2018
The EC Tarmac AWD 30 is a good piece of luggage but it is too large for our purpose and comfort and the EC Tarmac AWD 26 is too small. The PROs for both pieces include: Easy to Roll, Easy Access to Contents, Easy to Carry, Strategically Located Handles, Comfortable Weight, and Great Wheel Housing, Wheels & Bumper Protection. The CONs include: too large capacity (packs easily much over 50 pounds) or too small capacity (can't fit up to 50 pounds), not too sturdy stitching and not too durable shell and zippers. After one of our luggage stitching unraveled while we were in Asia (thanks to duct tape we made it home) we had it replaced through the warranty with a Tarmac AWD 30 which we are not quite satisfied with. The 28 was no longer being made. We recently returned from a two month trip and again had to use duct tape to mend the plastic shell which cracked. Hopefully, we will be able to find a piece of luggage that is suitable to our needs. The perfect luggage for us (frequent & longer vacations/trips) is the EC Tarmac AWD 28 which is no longer being made. It had all of the desirable features as mentioned in the PROs and with improvements to eliminate the CONs it would definitely be a traveler's favorite.
RayDar from Honolulu, Hawaii on February 11, 2018
I will forever love Pack-It folders and I'm sure the numerous reviews properly tout the benefits of its compact packing abilities. I have traveled with seasoned backpackers that marvel at my packing folder. However like a few other reviewers, I feel the need to voice that I hate the new size. My original (15x10?) folder finally came to the end of its product life after 15 years of round-the-globe use. That shows you how long these items last! The fabric eventually got weird and sticky but it was otherwise functionally sound. Anyway, this new folder size is just short enough to be annoying. I miss the 15" long size!
LeSleepyTree from San Diego, CA on January 22, 2018
I bought this a few months ago and have taken it on 6 or 7 international and domestic flights. I'm a bit of a luggage junkie, always in search of the elusive bag that does everything I want it to. This one comes close, but I'm still looking. Here are things I love about it: * solid outside construction. A brilliant blend of hard and soft surfaces and well thought-out exterior design. Great inclusion of reflective surfaces too. * wheels are great quality and roll well. I feel confident pulling this across rugged surfaces. * some of the inside is really well-designed, including the padded laptop sleeve and lots of zippered pockets. What they could improve to make this an excellent bag: * change the zippered opening from the middle of the bag to the top. As others have said, cutting the bag in two equal halves when unzipped eats into usable space. It means only one side can be overstuffed because only one side has the zippered expansion feature. For a small bag, this is almost a deal breaker. * the half that can be overstuffed should be on the bottom, not the top when opening the bag. It makes a full bag cumbersome to open, especially when you lay it on its side in an airport to stuff in that one last thing. * the outside pockets are almost useless, they're so shallow. Make them a bit deeper. * the zipper should be of the highest quality for a bag this pricey and otherwise well-constructed. Mine hasn't broken or stuck like a lot of other reviewers', but it does not operate smoothly. None of this is enough to make me not recommend the bag, which I love in a lot of ways, but with a few design tweaks, Eagle Creek, you'd have the bag of my dreams.
Jan from Venice Florida on January 20, 2018
The bag is very difficult to maneuver. The bottom has no support and the handle is too small.
Bad C from Massachusetts on January 02, 2018
I am a frequent Eagle Creek product user and purchased this bag, sight unseen, based on decades of experience with the brand. The bag is poorly designed: (1) I can't carry it by the handle as it is weighted improperly and hits me in the leg, (2) the handle placement makes it awkward to put into an overhead compartment, (3) I can't let go of it or it rolls away even on the slightest slope, (4) the zipper came apart on the first and only use, and (5) the compartments are too small to fit much of anything, including the usually fantastic pack-it cubes. I would return it, but the company wouldn't take it back because it was used. Off to a local charity it goes.
Kristen from San Francisco on December 10, 2017
I'm a big fan of Eagle Creek and own several suitcases and accessories. They have never steered me wrong UNTIL this one. So many compartments that fit nothing! So much wasted space. I just did an experiment and packed my usual amount into this bag - it wouldn't close - not eve close. I then grabbed my old EC carry on - and repacked with the same amount of stuff. Everything fit! Unfortunately I've taken the tags off or I would return it. This is definitely not the bag for me.
Christina from Atlanta on December 05, 2017
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