ProView – Gregory Quadro Pro HardCase 22

No need to fret over what to take with you and what to leave at home, just bring everything AND the kitchen sink! This roller bag will hold it all and keep it safe so leave the checked bags at home, and just keep stuffing it.

Gregory Quadro Pro HardCase 22

Product Description: This compact hardcase roller offers overhead-stowable protection for all your gear, plus the ability to expand an additional two inches for extra storage. The removable ActiveShield compartment inside separates clean clothing and is protected by the durable polycarbonate shell.

Offer price: MSRP: $219.95

  • Quality
  • Features
  • Durability


Overall I’ve tried half a dozen brands of quality luggage and this is my favorite roller bag that I’ve used so far. I’ll keep reaching for this as my go-to bag for many more adventures and work trips to come!



  • Easy to organize
  • Able to hold a lot
  • Durable


  • Could use one more handle for easy maneuverability on planes

I am always on the go, and am always switching gears between work-mode and play-mode so this bag fits my lifestyle perfectly. It strikes a great balance with its sleek modern look, and it’s rugged durability. For me it seemed appropriate wheeling in brochures for a corporate sales meeting, or stuffing it full of cams for a flight to Red Rocks. 

We’re only 4 months into the year and I’ve already spent 62 days on the road. I’ve taken this bag with me everywhere. I’ve been ice climbing in the Rockies, Bozeman, Canmore, and Lillooet, rock climbing in Red Rocks, and Sedona, and on sales trips all over the country. I’ve put this bag through the wringer and it has held up well and functioned perfectly. 


  • The included laundry bag keeps smelly clothes isolated and zips out to make trips to the washer/dry a breeze so going several days without washing my clothes was never a problem. 
  • The 4 swiveling wheels make for easy maneuvering from gate to gate without breaking a sweat.
  • The TSA approved combination zipper lock is a nice added feature and is easy to use.
  • The hard polycarbonate shell protects your valuable gadgets inside, but the material is also very forgiving and will take a lot of abuse without cracking. 
  • The expansion zipper and fold in half style of this bag allows you to pack it full of gear then easily compress it to fit airline carry-on regulations. 
  • Heavy duty handles on the top and both sides that pull out when in use and automatically tuck away when not needed.
  • Interior compression straps make it easy to store and compress bulky puffy jackets inside.
  • Interior mesh pockets and zippered divider make for easy organization.

The bottom line, these features are what I would consider most important in choosing a piece of luggage and this bag checks all the boxes.

  1. Sleek modern look
  2. Rugged durability.
  3. Tons of space.

Room for Improvement

  • A small exterior pocket to tuck your phone and wallet into without opening the bag. Could be something as simple as a stretchy mesh pocket tucked between the retractable handle. 
  • The handle feels a little flimsy when compared to other quality brands so I’m not sure how long it’ll hold up but so far there haven’t been any problems.
  • It could use one more handle on the bottom as airlines ask you to put the wheels facing  out when you use the overhead bin storage

Overall I’ve tried half a dozen brands of quality luggage and this is my favorite roller bag that I’ve used so far. I’ll keep reaching for this as my go-to bag for many more adventures and work trips to come!

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About the Gear Tester

Outdoor Prolink Pro
Josh Stuart
Full Time Traveling Sales Rep -- Part-Time Guide :: Outer Element Adventures

Josh is an avid and relentless adventure who likes to do it all and spends every spare second outside. He’s been mountain climbing for 17 years, spent several years as a mountain rescue volunteer, and is an AMGA SPI and Apprentice Alpine Guide. When is he’s done working and not building his new home, you’ll find him climbing, hiking, running, surfing, paddle boarding, mountain biking, kayaking, or kite boarding. No matter what, he’ll be outside.

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