I doubt that there was a moment when I scrolled through Facebook without seeing the G-Ro. While this may be part of the magic of retargeting, it could also be a fate because the G-Ro is one of the biggest and most exciting changes in luggage to hand from the backpack.
The original reputation of the G-Ro was its massive wheels designed to lift the curbs and provide a smooth, steady ride. I've tried the original bag recently and found it superior to the four-wheeled luggage that I had but a little oddly shaped. With a little practice, however, you learn where to put various items to ensure a good load balance.
The new riff bags on the original style and two models, the Check-In and the Desk, include a pair of large wheels and a very sturdy and long handle. The other two, the Backpack XV and the Backpack Light, take on stylistic and material elements of the original and offer interesting features.
The most important, of course, is the ability. The Check-In can hold a massive amount of equipment, including a few pairs of shoes in a separate pocket and a number of pockets designed for easy access to the necessary items. All bags include a built-in rechargeable battery so you can charge them on the go. It costs $ 299 during the Kickstarter promotion.
The Office acts as a laptop, a document filing system, and even has room for a few things overnight. This one costs $ 269. The XV backpack is more like a portable gym bag that can grow and the Backpack Light is a small, unique style backpack that holds a 13-inch laptop. They cost $ 129 and $ 179 during the Kickstarter promotion.
The bags have not changed much since the dawn of time: you dig something and put things in it. I'm happy to see G-Ro take things to the next level with a bag that uses carbon fiber, big wheels, and a lot of design intelligence to allow us to roll through the checkpoints with ease.