Lightest Luggage – LightWeight Luggage Reviews

Looking for the lightest luggage on the planet? Look no further, we’ve rounded up all the best lightweight luggage reviewsWith airlines charging steeper fees for luggage , every ounce counts. And sadly, many pieces of luggage are, by themselves, extremely heavy. (I weighed one of my old rolling suitcases and it’s 12 pounds while empty- not very light!) or you could carry on a backpack

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Lightest Carry On Luggage

The smaller your piece of luggage the lighter it’s going to be. So, to keep the LightWeight Luggage Reviews standardized we are only looking at the larger size rolling suitcases that are carry-on size. (Usually 22” luggage pieces). Here are the lightest carry on luggage bags currently on the market:

Here are the Lightest:

Atlantic Ultra Lite 22” Carry-On (My Recommendation for the lightest luggage)

Atlantic sent us one of their Ultra Lite bags for review and I can’t tell you how great it is. If you want a fully functional lightweight piece of luggage this is the bag you should buy. The Atlantic Ultra Lite 22” carry-on weighs a little more at 6.5 pounds. But it’s a little less skimpy than the other bags – it has great pockets (both inside and out) ,wheels around the airport well, and doesn’t feel cheap.  Having handles on all sides is a huge plus for lifting into overhead bins.  I took this bag with me on a 10 day trip to Australia as my only bag – it fit everything and traveled well (even through pouring rain).

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GoLite TraveLite Wheeled Carry-On

The GoLite Travelite Wheeled Carry-on weighs 5.1 pounds and it is a 21” carryon.

GoLite TraveLite Wheeled Carry-on Coriander - Small Rolling Luggage

Travelpro Luggage Maxlite 2 22″ Expandable Rollaboard

The Travelpro Luggage Maxlite rollaboard is a great option for a lightweight carry-on. It measures 22″ x 14″ x 9″ and weighs 6.4 lbs. It’s a bit pricier at just over $100, but is high quality and will last a long time.


Lightest Luggage Sets

If instead of a single bag you’re looking for a light weight luggage set, here are some of the lightest luggage sets currently on the market.

Samsonite Lightweight Mobility Set

Samsonite Lightweight Mobility 3 PC Set has 3 pieces weighing a combined total of 28 pounds.

Samsonite Lightweight Mobility 3 PC Set Black - Luggage Sets

Calpak Club 3 Piece Lightest Luggage Set

The CalPak KLUB 3 Piece Hardside Spinner Set Black – Hardside Luggage set has a hard protective case and weighs 25 pounds for $165. That’s pretty light and a great price.

CalPak KLUB 3 Piece Hardside Spinner Set Black - Hardside Luggage

International Traveler IT 2

The International Traveller IT–2 Worlds Lightest Side Bound Luggage Set Red – Luggage Sets weighs a combined total of just 23 pounds for 4 pieces of luggage which is pretty amazing.

International Traveller IT--2 Worlds Lightest Side Bound Luggage Set Red - Luggage Sets

Which Light Weight Luggage is Best for You?

Here are the factors you should consider in determining which lightest luggage is best:

1. Reviews

I personally reviewed the Atlantic bag (above) and found it perfect for my uses (nice looking, frequent traveler, also good for business). But all of the links above also link to other reviews – so confirm that others like it before you by.

2. Light Weight

Obviously the luggage weight matters. But is an extra pound lighter going to be worth the lack of warranty or stability that might come with it? Look for the lightest luggage that has the features you want.

3. Color

Don’t buy a black back. Seriously, you will never be able to find it in the luggage carousel. Instead opt for a color that you like. You’ll thank me later.

4. Size

Size of carry-on bags matter. You don’t want to get a bag too small because then it won’t fit enough stuff. You also don’t want a bag that won’t fit in the overhead. Any of the bags listed above as being carryon size will fit in a overhead bin. I like to go larger because then I can fit enough in for a multiple week trip.

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