A good roller bag can take the hassle out of transporting your gear to and from a destination. Check out these quality rollers that will help get your kit there and back in one piece.
Beuchat Air Light 3
This featherweight bag is ideal for divers who tends to push their baggage weight allowances to the limit. It has more than enough room for all of your gear and weighs next to nothing. As a necessity of its lightweight design, the bag features little in the way of padding, so you’ll need to pack fragile items with care. Without an internal frame, the bag struggles to stand on its own, but even without a telescoping handle, the bag’s tall height and plushy, comfortable handles make it easy to pull and lift.
Aqua Lung Explorer II Roller
Solid hardware and materials throughout, including reinforcements along the corners and stiff skid rails, perfectly complement this bag’s cool, tactical appearance. It’s a little lacking on side-handles and straps, but rolls smoothly when pulled by the telescoping handle and stands like a rock when left to its own devices. The zippers don’t allow the bag to fully open, which can make packing difficult, but it has more than enough room for all of your scuba gear. This large capacity bag is tough and dependable, and will hold up to more than its fair share of adventures.
Seac Mate Flight HD Trolley
Compact and lightweight, this roller bag is easy for even smaller divers to wrangle. Its travel-friendly proportions also translate to a smaller carrying-capacity. External fin pockets help save space, but even so, bulky BCs and other large items can be a tight squeeze. This well-built bag stands steadily on its own and features a lot of protective padding — even the tiny front-panel pocket has its fair share of cushioning. This makes it ideal for divers transporting fragile items like camera housings and other photo accessories or those who want to travel light but aren’t willing to compromise on protection.
Akona Roller Backpack
This gigantic bag is essentially a rolling dive locker that will easily transport your whole kit and caboodle. Generous padding throughout the bag provides plenty of protection, and the external pockets (one of which holds an included regulator bag) are spacious and easy to access. The huge internal compartment has no interior lining, but does features a pair of excellent compression straps. Solid hardware and heavy-duty construction paired with all-terrain wheels and comfy, ergonomic backpack straps make this a perfect bag for long treks out to dive sites where self-sufficiency is paramount.
IST Sports Roller Bag BG03
This beefy roller was designed to accommodate two full sets of dive gear, so it’s very roomy. The design also lets you organize your kit with separate compartments that are well thought out and nicely proportioned. Roomy outer pockets on either side have long zippers that make it easy to get bulky stuff in and out, and they have big mesh panels for ventilation. The main compartment has good compression straps to secure gear and the front panel zips wide for easy access. The bag rolls nicely on big wheels, has comfortable grips on three sides, and totes easily on hideaway backpack straps.