Rolling backpacks are great for traveling, hiking, camping, and weekend getaways. That being said, rolling backpacks are not for everyone so here are a few advantages and disadvantages to consider before making your purchase:
Versatile. You can use a rolling backpack either as a traditional rucksack on your shoulder or drop it down and pull it along as a roller. Some rolling backpacks can also be used as hand luggages.
Convenient. Rolling backpacks make it convenient for you when traveling. When you’re tired of carrying the backpack around your shoulder, simply drop it down and pull the trolley handle up and use it as a roller.
Bulky. Since rolling backpacks come with trolley handles and wheels, they’re usually larger than standard rucksacks so it’ll feel quite bulky at first once you carry it on your shoulder.
Price point. Rolling backpacks usually cost more than conventional backpacks so if you’re looking for a sturdy, reliable rolling rucksack, be prepared to spend additional money.