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Travel like a pro.
Efficiently organize all of your travel essentials into the Timbuk2 CoPilot Carry On Rolling Bag. This luggage roller has a clamshell design that doubles as a panel loader for ultra-efficient packing and easy access to all of your gear. Aluminum rear posts provide lightweight strength and the expandable, bike-style handle enables easy transport when you're shuffling through busy terminals. Large urethane skate wheels roll smoothly and quietly over bumpy surfaces.
Two interior compartments feature mesh partitions for organizing clothes, shoes, and personal items. A padded external laptop pocket safely holds 13-inch laptops and tablets, and the top zippered pocket is ideal for quick-grab items and accessories.
- Clamshell design doubles as a panel loader
- Aluminum rear posts with expandable, bike-style handle
- Large urethane skate wheels
- Quick-grab handles on all four sides
- Two interior compartments with mesh partitions
- Padded external 13-inch laptop/tablet pocket
- Top accessory pocket on outside
- Item #TBK000B
- Q & A
Function AND Fashion!
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
"This bag seems to be a good mix of function and fashion. It has sleek lines and nice colors without being too garish. Its design with the hard clam shell exterior make it good for knowing your items are said. Its interior pockets are well placed and with just the right amount. I really liked and enjoyed the small exterior pocket for things you want easily at hand, I used it to store my electronics chargers and it was handy. Although the fabric seems super burly, I did already get a small tear at the bottom of the bag, down by the wheels. It’ s a tear and in a place that would have most likely happened at some point of time, but I can’t help feel that maybe it shouldn’t have been on the first trip.
Overall I really like this bag and think it’s worth the value for functional design as well as fashionable design. I took this on a trip where I’d be camping and roughing it, but also will use it for my work trips and I think it blends in and adapts to either environment. My only tweak would be to perhaps reinforce the areas that are going to get beat up the most (top and bottom corners) so the wearing through takes a bit longer. "
XL is the way to go
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I like this bag alot. I was looking for a HUGE bag to check-in that did not weigh too much and could hold all my stuff in a somewhat organized manner. I got the twill color so it stood out on the carousel and it looked so nice amidst all the generic bags going by. My only concern is the zippers seem a little chintzy. We will see how they hold up.