Friday, June 23, 2017

Carry-On Bags, Light and Strong

It has been way too long since I've updated this blog.  PieceWork is alive and well with new kinds of wallets and bags as well as old favorites.  I'm so excited about these carry-on bags that I've made myself sit down at my extremely slow ancient macbook and show you these bags!  Now that it costs money to check bags, we've designed these carry-ons to hold so much with almost no added weight for the bag itself that you won't need to check bags.  For the price of two checked bags you can have a carry-on that will do the job and not break your back when you try to heft a 60 lb rolling bag up to the overhead bin.

A customer wanted a carry-on bag that had two handles instead of a cross-body strap.  We made it with two overlapping top flaps that Velcro together.  Like all of our carry-on bags, it slides perfectly under the seat in front of you and is also just the right size to lift into an overhead compartment.  Because of the extreme light weight of the woven plastic and plastic film materials, it doesn't add appreciable weight to your luggage.  You can order (and customize) your carry-on bag at the Giant Totes link  here, which will lead you to our giant totes catalog page.  For this bag, specify Carry-On Bag with Handles.

To the left is my own carry-on bag, this one with a long front flap and a comfortable adjustable cross-body strap.  I have tested this bag on at least a dozen trips in this country as well as abroad, and I can tell you that is it the best carry-on bag I've ever used.  To order this bag, specify Carry-On Bag with Front Flap.  As always, we're happy to add a water bottle holder or special pockets (the basic model comes with a large central compartment and two flat pockets,  front and back) or any other features that you can think of to make your trip smoother.
Here's a side view of my carry-on bag.  You can specify all measurements of this bag, including the depth.  This one is around 8 inches deep.

If you want to talk with us about your bag needs, email us at, and we'll set up a phone call with you.


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  2. Great post as usual! Nothing ruins the lines of a suit or blazer and makes you look more like a doofus than when your pockets are crammed with stuff - a wallet, a cell phone, keys, pens, etc. Carry less, Carry freedom.

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