Every man should have a reliable bag with him when he flies. And now it's easier to find a carry-on that fits his needs, from sturdier builds to smarter storage. Pro storm chaser Jim Cantore has traveled to nearly every major North American weather event of the past 22 years. And he always carries on: "Checking a bag is a death wish," Cantore says. Here are six carry-ons you can't go wrong with for your next trip.
Eagle Creek Tarmac AWD 22
Bells and whistles abound on the 38-liter AWD 22, including rugged wheels that spin 360 degrees, cargo nets that compress your clothes inside, and an exterior coat holder Cantore calls "genius." "I wish it had more storage, but I had no trouble stowing it, even on puddle-jumpers." [$330; eaglecreek.com]