High Sierra ATGO Carry-On Bag Review

by John Chow on December 18, 2010

The ATGO easily accommodates all my cloths and blogging gear with room to spare. The bag is very light and extremely easy to roll around. The inline skateboard wheels are spaced at the outer edge to create maximum interior volume and allow for stable rolling. The handle is fully adjustable and the entire bag can be converted into a backpack if you ever wanted to hit the trails. Other features include:

  • Special built-in, high-density foam structure helps maintain the bag’s shape while minimizing weight.
  • Padded backpack straps stow behind the main compartment’s zippered padded back panel.
  • Main compartment has book-style opening, interior clothing hold-down straps and one large mesh pocket.
  • Removable front gear bag with padded backpack straps, deluxe organizer, zippered accessory pocket, water bottle pocket, MP3 player headphone port and has a back strap to allow pack to slip over the extended handle of main bag.
  • Tow-strap for attaching an extra bag.
  • Custom ID holder hides-away in a back pocket.
  • Recessed, telescoping aircraft aluminum handle system with locking mechanism.
  • Kick plate between the wheel housings protects the bag from abrasion.
  • SURE-GRIP handles tuck down flat when not in use.
  • Reflective piping for added safety.

High Sierra AtGO Carry-On Bag

Depending on where you buy it, the High Sierra ATGO can set you back $300. However, most online retailers will sell it for less. At the time of this post, Amazon.com has the ATGO for less than $120. If you’re in the market for a new travel bag, give the ATGO a look. I think you’ll like it as much as I do.

High Sierra AtGO Carry-On Bag

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