Are there any size restrictions?

Our largest category, Oversize, covers up to 75 billable pounds. While you can ship luggage greater than 75 billable pounds, our carriers have weight and dimensional limits to what they can ship.

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What is the maximum size

Any bag with a length plus girth [(2 x width) + (2 x height)] combined that exceeds 165 inches (419cm) can not be shipped. If it is somehow accepted by a carrier, it may incur fees up $1000. 

What is the maximum weight

Here at LugLess we recommend you keep each piece in your shipment under a  billable weight of 90 pounds. However, you can technically ship up to 100 pounds with our carriers. Shipments that exceed 90 pounds will be deemed a Large Package. Shipments exceeding 100 pounds may be subject to costly handing charges up to $1000 per package.

What is a Large Package

A Large Package is any bag that meets one or more of the following criteria:

  • 90+ billable pounds
  • Length plus girth (length + [(2 x width) + (2 x height)]) combined exceeds 130 inches (330cm)
  • Length exceeds 96 inches (244cm)

Large Package are subject to a $90 surcharge and a minimum billable weight of 90 pounds (40kgs).  


Large Packages can trigger "additional handling" which voids all LugLess guarantees.

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