Eagle Creek Tarmac All Wheel Drive Wheeled Luggage - 22"

Priced: $330.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Eagle Creek Tarmac All Wheel Drive Wheeled Luggage - 22"
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The Eagle Creek Tarmac All Wheel Drive 22 carry on provides weightless in-hand carry with 4 wheels, built-in durability and convenient travel features.



  • Tarmac AWD is made from rugged Bi-Tech™ fabrics for extreme abrasion and weather resistance, and a 3-ply polycarbonate back for superior impact resistance


  • Large padded exterior zip pocket fits most 15 in. laptops; includes a padded sleeve that fits most tablets


  • Expandable capacity offers extra space for the trip home; please note that when expanded, the luggage no longer qualifies as carry on size


  • Main pocket features a zippered cargo net that supplies compression when used inside; or attach it to the outside of the bag for use as a utility net
  • #10 lockable zippers secure main compartment and have finger-friendly zipper pulls; luggage locks are sold separately


  • Quick-grab lockable top pocket contains a coat keeper for attaching your jacket, a key fob with bottle opener and an attached piggyback clip to securely attach another bag


  • 2 exterior compression straps help stabilize and secure luggage contents


  • 4 multidirectional wheels offer 360° maneuverability and produce zero weight-in-hand when rolling upright
  • Reflective accents improve dusk and nighttime visibility
  • Includes rugged wheels with sturdy wheel housing, a skid plate, bumper protection and a travel-tested handle system
  • Integrates with Eagle Creek Pack-It® Systems, sold separately
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Bag style:Luggage
Carry-on size:Yes
Dimensions:22 x 14 x 9 (expanded) 22 x 14 x 11 inches
Fits laptop size (in.):15 inches
Gear capacity (L):38 liters
Gear capacity (cu. in.):2,325 cubic inches
Laptop compartment:Yes
Material:Ripstop nylon
Number of exterior pockets:2 + main compartment
Weight:8 lbs. 2 oz.

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Eagle Creek Tarmac All Wheel Drive Wheeled Luggage - 22" Reviews:


Best designed carryon-compatible luggage

I recently started traveling more, and the sense that my luggage was not ideal had been gnawing at me.

My first-ever travel bag was a college graduation gift with a long list of cons. Among other things, it had main compartments that zipped open and shut very rough, and buckles that would catch on overhead bin door latches when you attempted to stow it. Some bins were simply too tight of a fit; I'm talking to you American Airlines.

In addition to a timely REI coupon begging to be redeemed, I had a three week business trip, coupled with vacation to test my gut instincts about new travel gear. So I bought the Tarmac 22 AWD.


It's rugged and well designed, with great pocket locations and built-in accessories.

My favorite features are the four-caster wheel system and hidden "coat keeper" strap. The former is a feature you don't know you need until you've used it. The latter lets you strap a coat, or in my case a laptop bag, to the extended handle for a reprieve from carrying the weight a personal item around an airport on your shoulder.

All together, your luggage practically pushes itself through terminals with just a little steering. And this is incredibly more convenient and easy than having to forcefully guide a bag that can only be wheeled from one angle / direction (the weight of which your arm must partially support).

The only drawback I've found is that the upright, side, and bottom "quick" carry handles (not the telescoping metal one) are built into the top half of the clamshell (when the bag is laying on its back). This just means if you have it up off the floor on a bed, countertop, or collapsible hotel luggage stand for packing / access and want to move it, you have to zip the clamshell shut to lift it.

I was initially also a little worried about the step down in capacity from my other luggage. But, with a pack-light philosophy (no more than carry-on even for lengthy six month sojourns) and the occasional less-than-ideal airplane bins, it was still the right move.

At the time of purchase, i compared it to an Osprey "wheeled" hybrid, with additional zip-on day pack. I thought being able to get luggage off the ground for sketchy cobblestone sidewalks or dirt trails might justify the on-demand backpack design, but a guy shopping near me who bought one, and who traveled internationally for a living, said he never once pulled out the straps and loaded it up on his back.

So I got this one instead and am very pleased. I stare at in admiration. Not something you think of happening with luggage.
Suo at REI on 11/11/2013

Eagle Creek carry on

This bag handles effortlessly. I have a neck injury, so I needed a bag that I didn't have to drag behind me and one that is lightweight, but has exterior pockets. I especially like the easy to use strap for securing a jacket, pillow or additional bag. I have used it on two trips in less than ideal conditions and so far it has held up. My previous carry-on bag was a Travel Pro, but when I researched buying a new bag the Eagle Creek had better features. This is expensive compared to many other brands, but I am happy with the performance.
eco gal at REI on 10/10/2013