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Travel Gear Guide

Glide effortlessly through the terminal with our Eastpak travel gear range. Get ready for future adventures with our luggage designs packed with functional features and smart add-ons.

Before you board, we’ve put together a go-to guide for stress-free travels. Let the adventures begin!

Our Styles

Tranzshell

Our hard case crafted from an innovative blend of materials features a protective and flexible outer shell. A smooth-wheeling system and padded handles allow you to breeze through passport control with ease.

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Tranverz

Our classic Tranverz luggage is both lightweight yet durable, and stylish yet secure. Featuring a TSA three-digit code lock, side compression straps, and plenty of pockets for easy organisation.

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Trans4

Our four-wheeled luggage features 360° spinning wheels that let you navigate any street with ease. Featuring side compression straps for optimised packing and a TSA three-digit code lock to secure your travel essentials.

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Travelpack

Our 2-in-1 cabin case can be styled as a backpack or carried with the handles. Use the built-in laptop sleeve to protect your tech when you’re on the move.

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Travel Bags

Travel Bags

Smart designs for every destination

Travel Accessories

Essential styles for staying organised on the go

Essential styles for staying organised on the go


How to pack your suitcase

You may be wondering: what is the best suitcase, and what can I pack in my suitcase? At Eastpak, we’re all about smart storage and space efficiency, from packing cubes to flat backpacks.

Roll it up

We recommend rolling up your clothes to save space in your bag. Store your socks and other smaller essentials in your shoes or boots to fit more in, and to make sure your footwear stays in shape.

Place the quick-to-hand essentials on top

Stay on top of your game for the whole trip by packing what you’ll need straight away at the top of your suitcase for extra convenience.

Bring a spare bag for dirty clothes

To keep your belongings in check on short trips or backpacking adventures, separate your clean and dirty clothes in your luggage.

Use packing cubes to organise your essentials

Invest in a set of small, medium and large packing cubes to help you stay organised when you’re on the move.

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What is a cabin bag?

What size is cabin luggage, and what are the cabin bag dimensions? Cabin baggage, also known as hand luggage to our North American explorers, is the type of luggage you’re allowed to carry on the plane with you.

While planning a trip isn’t always easy, finding the right size hand luggage should be. Grab a spare set of clothes, your travel essentials, and let’s get packing.

What is a cabin bag?


How to measure a suitcase

If you’re still not sure where to start, don’t sweat it. Our cabin cases are suitable for use as hand luggage on most flights (you’re welcome).

However, it’s always best to check, so we’ve listed the measurements below to help you find the best bag for you and the airline you’ll be travelling with. In most cases, the below measurements include all handles, wheels and exterior pockets.

Size: max 115cm - Etihad Airways, Singapore Airlines

Size: 45 x 36 x 20cm - easyJet

Size: 50 x 37 x 25cm - Qatar Airlines

Size: 55 x 35 x 25cm - Aerolineas Argentinas, Air France, Air India, Alitalia, Jet Airways, Transavia Airlines

Size: 55 x 38 x 20cm - Emirates

Size: 55 x 40 x 20cm - Asiana Airlines, Tap Portugal, Korean Air, Ryanair*, Vueling

Size: 55 x 40 x 23cm - Air Canada, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Polish Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Turkish Airlines

Size: 55 x 40 x 25cm - Aeroflot, Aero Mexico, Ana, Czech Airlines, United Airlines

Size: 56 x 36 x 23cm - American Airlines, China Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, US Airways

Size: 56 x 45 x 25cm - Aegean Airlines, British Airways, Finnair, Thai Airways

Size: 56 x 35 x 23cm - Delta Airlines

Size: 56 x 35 x 25cm - KLM

Size: 56 x 40 x 25cm - Iberia

Size: 57 x 36 x 23cm - Virgin Atlantic

Size: 57 x 40 x 25cm - Japan Airlines

Find the ultimate Eastpak cabin bag for you

Choose a multifunctional luggage style to load up with your travel essentials. In addition to our wide range of backpacks, rucksacks and luggage options, add a few packing cubes to your basket before you checkout.

Our signature small, medium and large packing cubes are designed for organising your essentials on the go. Carry these compact cases with the handles as you sort through your stuff.

Find the ultimate Eastpak cabin bag for you

What can you take in your hand luggage?

So where should you start with packing your hand luggage? When it comes to carry-ons, it can be hard to know exactly what to take with you. You don’t want to carry too much but you want to be prepared for anything.

When it comes to packing, it’s always a good idea to bring a spare change of clothes. While it may sound unnecessary to pack a spare t-shirt when you have two weeks of clothes in your checked luggage, you never know if your baggage will arrive at the same time you do. If anything were to get lost on your journey, you’ll be relieved to arrive at your destination with a fresh change of clothes.

What can you take in your hand luggage?

Now, onto the real challenge - what liquids can you take with you?

Liquids can be tricky, especially nowadays when hand sanitiser is an essential. For most airport check-ins, all liquids must be carried in containers that don’t exceed 100ml, in a transparent plastic bag, with a maximum total capacity of 1 litre. If you plan to pack a full bottle of your favourite shampoo or lotion, store it in your checked baggage.

If you’re travelling with a child or need to bring medication with you, the volume restriction doesn’t apply to both baby food and medicines.

Now, onto the real challenge - what liquids can you take with you?

So what else can you take in your hand luggage?

If you forgot a homecoming gift for the family, dash over to duty free for a quick fix. Duty free liquids that you buy from any airport or airline can exceed the liquid limits and may be carried with your hand luggage. Just make sure the item and receipt remain sealed inside your provided security bag until you reach your destination.

As expected, avoid any sharp objects, explosives and flammable items.

With that in mind, you should always check the relevant airline’s guidelines before you start your journey. Since restrictions and what you can put in your hand luggage is set by the airline, it’s ultimately up to them what you should carry on and put in the hold.

So what else can you take in your hand luggage?