Battenkill® Family-Size Rollacase

Carry everything you need all in one piece of rolling luggage.

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Huge capacity on wheels. This piece of rolling luggage is an overpacker's delight. A zip-out divider in the main compartment has special foam bars to keep jackets and pants crease-free. Two zip pockets inside, a pair of zip pockets outside. On the back, an expandable pocket big enough for your raincoat and any last-minute items. Rolling Luggage has a detachable cargo hook. Leather luggage tag included.
Measures 27½" x 13" x 21"; 7,508 cu. in.
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Battenkill Luggage Series from Orvis

Family-Style Rollacase Luggage
Family-Style Rollacase™
Battenkill Overnight Briefcase
Overnight Briefcase
Hanging Travel Kit
Hanging Travel Kit

Battenkill® Luggage is built for the long haul. We use the most rugged, abrasion- and weather-resistant 18-oz. cotton canvas available, paired with oil-tanned, full-grain leather, solid brass hardware, and heavy-duty zips. Double stitched inside and out with heavy nylon thread for strength, it’s designed to take any abuse you can throw at it.

Attractive, Strong and Durable

Engineered for long-lasting strength and water-resistance, Battenkill luggage will withstand dirt and wear better that most other types of luggage. Our bags are constructed of premium quality fabrications and our seams are edge-bound to resist breakdown. As your Battenkill luggage ages, expect pieces to take on an attractive patina with time and use. Colours will change subtly – this is completely normal and only enhances the unique appearance of each piece. What doesn’t change, however, is the legendary durability of our luggage – count on a lifetime of service when you choose Battenkill luggage.

Easy Care and Cleaning

Cleaning Battenkill canvas fabric is easy: just gently wipe with a sponge using a mild detergent and warm, sudsy water. Additional stain-resistant products, such as Scotchguard™, may be applied if you choose. For the leather accents on Battenkill canvas bags, we recommend Gokey Leather Conditioner by Orvis. It conditions and provides water resistance, while allowing the leather to breathe.

The Battenkill Luggage Line: Designed to Meet Your Demanding Travel Needs

Our exclusive Battenkill Luggage combines traditional materials with modern designs that offer high capacity, easy transport, and convenience, no matter where your travels take you. From the Overnight Briefcase, with room for paperwork and overnight essentials, to the Family-Size Rollacase™—big enough for a two-week trip—there’s a Battenkill Luggage style that suits your needs.

Packing Tips

Packing Light
Dave Parker of Orvis Travel gives tips on packing light.
Dave Parker of Orvis Travel gives tips for packing light.
Here at Orvis, we put our travel clothing and luggage to the real-life test every day. Our Orvis Travel staff and product developers log thousands of miles a year to bring you the very best, most authentic travel experiences and gear.

With new airline regulations and fees, it’s more important than ever to pack wisely. We asked our own Dave Parker -- Managing Director of our in-house travel agency – for tips on how to pack to ensure you get the most out of your travels:

  1. Cotton/synthetic-blend fabrics are easy to wash and dry on the road.  If laundry service is a given, our pure cotton wrinkle-resistant shirts are a great choice for travel too. If you pack enough shirts for three days, you have enough for a week.  Also, plan to buy a shirt or two at your destination. It's one way to take home a practical souvenir.
  2. Choose a bag made of ballistic polyester cloth. They are strong, yet light in weight. If you start with a heavy bag, it's all downhill from there.
  3. Think about colour schemes when you pack. Make sure everything you bring is in the same palette, so it all matches.
  4. Think layers. Instead of a single heavy jacket, for example, take light layers that can be added and subtracted according to the weather. For cool climes, take a base layer of merino wool, then a synthetic/cotton-blend shirt, a fleece vest, and then an outer layer shell to stop rain and wind.  For cold climates, use a warmer base layer and a thicker fleece with long sleeves.
  5. Ship ahead. It sounds extravagant, but if you're going to a single place where you need a lot of gear (e.g., waders, fly rods, skis, etc.), it’s wise to ship it. Shipping services have good tracking systems, and you'll know where your bag is ahead of time. (I'm doing this for an Alaska trip in August. Who wants to carry waders?)
  6. Think ounces. Take the smallest container/amount of toiletries possible, especially if you can replenish at your destination. There’s no need to take 16 oz. of shampoo for a one-week trip. Get a couple of small, refillable plastic bottles, and fill them at home before you go.
  7. Stay organised. Use polyester bags or large, clear freezer bags to compartmentalise. Put all the socks in one bag, etc. Knowing what you have helps you avoid over-packing.
  8. Download a book to your mp3 player.
  9. Unless you're a professional photographer, take the smallest digital camera you can. The picture quality will still be excellent.
  10. Wear your biggest/heaviest shoes on the plane and pack the lighter ones.
  11. Don't forget to ask about rental gear before you pack. Some fishing lodges have everything you need, especially if they're Orvis-endorsed.
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