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Do you have a great carry-on bag?

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Fodor's editor and frequent Forums poster Doug Stallings recently appeared on the CBS Early Show to recommend carry-on bags for travelers hoping to stop checking a bag due to the $15 charge many airlines are now charging. You can read his recommendations here: http://www.fodors.com/news/story_3042.html

For those in the market for a new bag, I thought we could have a master list here of good options.

If you like your carry-on, please share it.

I borrow my SO's Tumi bag whenever I can; I can fit so much in that bag! I managed to go to Alaska for 9 days with just that bag (and a small back pack). The only drawback is that when it's full it's really heavy and can be tiring to carry (it doesn't roll).

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