Shop Our Vegan Checked Luggage from the best U.S brands, our Checked Luggage items are made from 100% animal-free and alternative/sustainable/ Vegan leather. all made of high-quality and cruelty-free materials- all of them in 1 place. Most airlines allow you to check one bag during your travels. While each airline may be different, there is usually a maximum weight limit of around 50 pounds per checked bag and a common maximum size limit of around 62 linear (total) inches. However, most airlines do allow overweight, oversize, or additional baggage. However, this comes at an additional cost that is often quite expensive. To help you have a smoother experience during your travels, check with your specific airline for weight limits and fees for overweight luggage.
If you decide to put a lock on your checked luggage (which you should), make sure that the lock is TSA-approved. These special locks keep out potential thieves while allowing TSA staff to open the lock using a special key. If you opt for a lock that TSA staff cannot get into, they will most likely break your lock for inspection. Always place an identifier on your checked luggage, such as a name tag, colored yarn, etc. Having your information on the luggage will help you find it in the midst of other luggage and will prevent others from mistakenly picking up your luggage. Here are some of the general items you should pack in your checked luggage or bags Necessities: Casual wear dressy/formal clothing, athletic wear, and gear, Swimwear, Footwear (sandals, running, casual, dressy)Socks, Underwear... Luggage Etiquette: Secure your checked luggage with a TSA approved lock. These special locks keep out potential thieves while still allowing TSA screeners to access the bags safely and without damage to your lock. Bring a few extra keys to your locks along with you. Just to be safe, place an ID tag on all of your luggage as well as a piece of paper with your information on the inside of each checked bag. Make several copies of your itinerary, important phone numbers, and other handy information, and place them inside your carry-on and checked bags. Whenever possible, make your bag distinguishable from the rest by using different color straps, tying yarn to the handle, or writing your name on the side. This will help you quickly find your luggage on the carousel and prevent others from accidentally mistaking your luggage for theirs. Remove all loose straps from your luggage before checking them in. These straps increase the chance your luggage will get caught in the baggage belt system, which can cause either damage to your luggage or loss altogether.