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Monogrammed leather luggage might make you look like a baller in the terminal, but when your whitey-tightys explode onto baggage carousel, you'll wish you had something tougher, like the Oakley Men's Medium Roller Gear Bag. A split main opening keeps your drag goodies separate from the suit you need to wear to your corporate board meeting. Stash some essentials in the internal organizer pocket, padlock the main zipper shut, extend the telescoping handle, and wheel your butt towards the next flight to Vegas. Smooth-rolling bearings in the wheels keep your rig from locking up and making an obscenely loud squealing sound as you pull your bag across the freshly-waxed linoleum of the airport terminal.

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Sturdy with a good profile

    Used this on a two week trip to europe and it was perfect. It stayed well within the 50lb limit despite being packed to the gills. I added some wine on the way home and it kept everything in place and in one piece. The compartments are great for organizing. I highly suggest this for small to medium gear hauls. It is def not a massive duffle, but that isn't what I needed.


    Mid Sized!

      Smaller version of the Large roller bag. Similar insides as far as sandwich construction, minus the transform into 2 bags. I like this bag since its lighter than the large. I generally put all the heaviest Items in this bag and filling this bag is more realistic to the 50 pound flight baggage regs. Good standup balance, extendable handle and roller wheels.

      Do you think you could you squeeze this on as a carry on??

      Probably not. I've seen this bag in person and it's bigger than a carry-on bag. Oakley's site says this bag is a 62L, while the carry-on is 39L. I've never had much luck with the airlines letting me bring on anything bigger than a "carry-on" sized bag.

      This is a checked luggage bag, no way could it be a carry on.