Upgrading to Hardshell Luggage

Ricardo 2.0 hardshell
As a TravelingMom.com writer, I was psyched to have received a 4-wheel, hard shell, 360 spinner from Ricardo Beverly Hills for our recent retreat at Walt Disney World Coronado Springs Resort.

I've been wanting hard-sided luggage for some time because they are known for being more durable and lighter. Though not completely water resistant, hard shell luggage is much easier to keep dry in rain, snow, or puddles too, and it provides better protection against general spills and accidents. The same is true for keeping the luggage clean in general. This is a huge perk especially since no matter how much care I took with my previous fabric luggage (see below) it quickly was riddled with black streaks after being forced to check it in at the gate.
My scuffed up fabric carry-on
The Roxbury 2.0 carry-on case features a "split book" style opening, offering two separate compartments for maximized organization. It even has a garmet bag hook to hang and fold a suit or dress.
Garmet hook option
I also love the foam cushioned handles, it makes it so much easier to grab and lift it.

If you have hardshell fever too, the TravelingMom.com team negotiated a great deal with Ricardo to give readers 65% off and free shipping on orders over $99 when using this exclusive coupon code: TMOM65Off. This deal is only good through May 31.

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