The luggage you choose before each trip may help you through the road, and it may add additional challenges to your equipment transportation. There are many factors to consider in the process of choosing a luggage bag for travel, such as travel location, duration, and type of travel. Are you going to bring all your belongings, or do you want to go light?
Three factors to consider when choosing a travel bag:
In terms of how much equipment you need to bring with you, you need to maintain a practical attitude-but at the same time, you should also minimize equipment.
1. Function of travel bag: backpack or tug box. The tug box is very convenient during airport security, but its functionality is not as good as a backpack. Will you go outdoors with your travel bag and walk on rough terrain? Will you mainly stay in one place (such as a hotel) and use it as a base to explore in different places? Think about how you will travel, and use this to decide which bag is best for your needs.
2. Travel bag size: The size of the luggage bag should be based on the duration of the trip and the amount of equipment you need to carry. Don’t fall into the misunderstanding of choosing an oversized luggage-no matter whether additional equipment is needed, it is easy to stuff the luggage when packing.
3. The details of the travel bag: Are you going to pack lightly and mainly consider reducing the weight of the bag? Then use a travel bag with simple details and only carry the necessary equipment; at the same time, it is also necessary to consider whether the travel bag is made of lightweight materials.