I am not a TNF fan. I think their gear and apparel are for High School and College age nimrods who are like lemmings who follow the others. Too bad they don't all find a tall cliff to plummet off of into the sea.
That being said.. I really like these Rolling Thunder bags. I first purchased one for hauling DH gear on Whistler trips. Then I purchased another for hauling even more DH gear for airline travel going to races.
I own quite a few TNF expedition bags.
Large through XXL and two of the large Rolling Thunders. They have been my go to travel luggage. Europe, Central America, Hawaii, China, Australia, Canada and quite a few DH expeditions throughout the U.S.
Snorkel gear and fishing gear for Hawaii trips. They hold a ton of stuff and let you easily go beyond the 50lb weight limit set by the airlines. Yet, they are well within the total added dimensions for checked bags without incurring the non lubed prostate exam feeling they want to charge for oversize luggage. I use the old school toe clip straps and piggyback them on one another and pull them through the airport having a train of them following behind me.
I dislike the company, but I like their Base Camp expedition bags and rolling duffels. Maybe I need to go find a cliff and see who else wants to jump?