Hard-core polycarbonate cases may not flex as well as soft-sided bags, but they’re incredibly helpful at protecting your stuff.A new class of double-wheeled spinning roller suitcases make it easier to zip through the airport in style, while not having to worry too much about that duty-free bottle of wine you crammed in right before boarding.The interior pockets help organize all the little things, so you don’t have to dig around.The cool, tropical colors bring to mind Miami Art-Deco style, so those who prefer basic black need to look elsewhere.Mia Toro “Beautiful Minds” Hardside Spinner Carry-OnNobody will ever grab your suitcase by mistake again with this brightly colored bag, but people will stop you (multiple times per trip) to tell you how beautiful it is.Not so much: A second handle would be handy in hoisting the full suitcase into a car’s trunk or an overhead bin.Mia Toro “Beautiful Minds” Hardside Spinner Carry-On, $170 from www.miatoro.comIf you absolutely must max out the TSA carry-on size regulations (9 by 14 by 22 inches), this case falls the tiniest bit under size.
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