We asked frequent travelers for their number-one suitcase picks.

“The 22-inch Rimowa Topas Cabin Multiwheel IATA Trolley has been my dream suitcase for as long as I’ve worked in the travel industry, and its multiwheel system and lightweight but sturdy design do not disappoint.” – Korena Bolding Sinnett, associate art director, Virtuoso Life

“For the price point, you can’t beat Away luggage. It’s designed to maximize efficiency and be stuffed to the gills.” – Brooke Lavery, Virtuoso agency executive, New York City

“The well-priced, perfectly configured O.G. Overnight Bag from Lo & Sons is big enough to hold my laptop, DSLR camera, iPad, and plane essentials such as a wrap and moisturizer. It even looks like a purse, so it works well to carry around once you arrive.” – Amie O’Shaughnessy, Virtuoso agency executive, Piedmont, California

“My Arc’Teryx Mantis 26 backpack serves a dual purpose: It’s comfortable for trekking along the Great Wall of China, but still sleek enough to carry into Italy’s J.K. Place Roma.” – Kyle Seltzer, Virtuoso travel advisor, New York City

“The G-Ro Carry-On Classic has tons of interior space and doubles as my mobile office – I pack everything that doesn’t need a hanger in it. People ask me about it all the time.” – Tony Logan, senior manager, global cruise programs, Virtuoso