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Is Monos Luggage Worth Buying? I Tried it to Find Out!

Is Monos Luggage Worth Buying? I Tried it to Find Out!

Friends, I am at the point in my life where I’m done buying things that don’t last. I threw out two broken pieces of luggage this year, and I’m just done with luggage that lacks a lifetime warranty.

So that led me down the rabbit hole of searching for luggage that satisfies two requirements – it’s not equivalent to a whole month of New York City rent, and has a lifetime warranty. During my search I came across Monos, a Canadian luggage brand that comes in a satisfying array of colors and sizes and looks chic while providing said guarantee.

Is Monos Luggage worth buying? Let’s dive in:

Monos Luggage Specs:

In order for luggage to be worth using four things must be true: It must be easily maneuverable, not so heavy that it takes meaningfully away from your luggage weight allowance, easy to pack with nice compartments, and it must be durable. And it should look good while doing all that.

I don’t think that’s too much to ask.

My search led me to Monos, a Canadian luggage brand with gorgeous colors and styles. So I reached out and begged to test out some of their luggage, and they said sure. I picked the hybrid trunk since we have some awkwardly tall things we often need to pack, like my son’s hiking carrier and travel crib, and I wanted to know if they could fit.

Their suitcases all feature:

  • Aerospace-grade, water-resistant polycarbonate hard shell made from partially recycled materials.
  • Adjustable telescopic handle with 4 height settings.
  • High performance 360° spinner wheels.
  • Luxuriously soft, anti-microbial lining, made from 100% recycled polyester.
  • Ultra-microfibre vegan leather details.
  • TSA-approved combination lock(s).

The Classic Carry Ons

Monos Carry on suitcases vary in terms of size, volume, and whether or not they have a front pocket that’s designed for a laptop or not. Keep in mind that the plus sizes may not fit into the overhead bin on smaller aircraft, while some aircraft can’t accommodate any kind of roller bag.

Compare the different sizes and features below:

  • Exterior measurements: 22″ × 14″ × 9″
  • Interior measurements: 20″ × 13.5″
  • 2–5 days trip length
  • Weight: 7.01 lb
  • Volume: 39.9 L
  • Exterior measurements: 23″ × 15″ × 9.5″
  • Interior measurements: 21″ × 14.5″
  • 3–7 days trip length
  • Weight: 7.38 lb
  • Volume: 48 L
  • Exterior measurements: 22″ × 14″ × 9″
  • Interior measurements: 20″ × 13.5″
  • Pocket measurements: 15.3″ × 10″ × 1″
  • 2–5 days trip…

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