Morphus International Carry-On

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Introducing the world’s largest carry-on, The Morhpus™ features a 35 Liter backpack and a 32 Liter wheeled luggage piece. Essentially 3 bags in 1, you can separate the backpack from the wheeled luggage to double your carrying capacity for the trip home. All backed by our No Matter What™ Warranty to protect your Morhpus™ for life.

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two bags in one


Patent pending Morphus™ technology allows you to separate the Gear Hauler backpack from the wheeled bag for use as a backpack, wheeled luggage or both at once.

main wheeled luggage open


Main luggage features an Expandstand™ foot to keep the bag upright, ample organization & security features, plus treaded off-road wheels for multi-terrain maneuverability.

backpack organization pocket


The detachable Gear Hauler backpack features weatherproof fabric in a bathtub construction so you can rest easy knowing your contents are protected and dry.

Details & Features

  • This carry-on bag is almost as transformative as your adventures! As a three-in-one bag, it can be worn on your shoulders, wheeled on the ground or separated as a distinct backpack and wheeled luggage to double capacity for the trip home – 35L backpack and 32L main luggage
  • Patent pending Morphus™ technology offers luggage that adapts to the needs of the day and can be split up for different kinds of trips
  • Weatherproof fabric is resistant to the elements and can be easily wiped down to look good, trip after trip
  • New ExpandStand™ hinged foot stabilizes the base of the bag when the wheels are in use, but can be easily unhooked and tucked in to allow the bag to be compressed under a bed or in a storage unit
  • Any terrain can be conquered with the treaded off-road wheels
  • Backpack straps allow for pickup on uneven footpaths or while trekking uphill
  • Interior compression straps remove pockets of air while allowing you to pack to capacity and keep contents from shifting while you’re in motion
  • Zippered mesh door panel pocket and quick stash pocket offer extra organization and easy access to frequently needed items
  • Tech friendly storage options include a padded 15” laptop and tablet sleeve, a cell phone pocket, a unique cord winder, a key fob and a battery pack pocket
  • Includes Secure Zip™ Toggles to protect against pickpockets, along with puncture-resistant lockable zippers
  • Top zippers will double secure when looped through the Central Lock Point
  • Zip-away suspension protects the wheel mechanism, ensuring that your pack will work even after the rockiest of flights
  • Top and side handles present on each piece of the Morphus, facilitating the stowing of your luggage under your seat, in overhead bins, in your car trunk or in your overstuffed storage cabinet at home
  • Covered by the Eagle Creek No Matter What™ Warranty
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Product Specification

Capacity: International Carry-On 1709 cu in | 28 L Wheeled Bag 1955 cu in | 32 L (Separated) Modular Backpack 2135 cu in | 35 L (Gear Bag) Modular Capacity: 2135 cu in | 35 L (Gear Bag) Dimensions: International Carry-On 13.75 x 20.5 x 9 in | 35 x 52.5 x 23 cm Wheeled Bag 13.75 x 20.5 x 9 in | 35 x 52.5 x 23 cm (Separated) Modular Backpack 12.5 x 18.5 x 8.75 | 32 x 47 x 22 cm (Gear Bag) Modular Dimensions: 12.5 x 18.5 x 8.75 | 32 x 47 x 22 cm (Gear Bag) Weight: International Carry-On 7 lbs | 3.22 kg Wheeled Bag 5 lbs 4 oz | 2.4 kg (Separated) Modular Backpack 1 lb 12 oz | 0.82 kg (Gear Bag) Material: Bi-Tech™ Heather | 600D Helix™ Poly | Bayer™ Polycarbonate

2-week use, not bad!


I used the Morphus International Carry-On on a 2-week trip to Japan. I was able to pack inside the main wheeled bag and still managed to attach the detachable gear hauler (backpack). Inside the main wheeled bag, I put 2 Eagle Creek medium cubes, 1 small slim cube, and 1 half slim cube. Then I attached the backpack and inside the backpack, I was able to put 1 x-small cube and 1 pack-it specter tech quicktrip. Then I put my Macbook Air and 1 external hard drive inside the gear hauler. It did not tip over either. This was my first go at minimalist packing and I'm pretty sure other people can get more creative with this carry-on. In my case, I wanted to bring one bag and when I got to Japan, I removed the backpack and used it while I was sightseeing and to put souvenirs in. On my way home, I separated the two. I put all of my souvenirs inside the main wheeled bag and put everything else inside the backpack. This carry-on worked very well for me. The only downside was that it was not a 360-spinner luggage and I love my spinner luggage. But that's ok. My boyfriend has the same carry-on and he checked in the main wheeled bag and it was in great condition when we got it from the carousel. Overall, we are happy with this purchase.


New York, NY



If you use the bag as described, in roller mode it will not stand vertically, it falls over toward the extra pack. No way to stop the wheels so you are fighting it at the airport as you wait to plane. Bought it yesterday and now on my way to Europe or I would have tried another bag. Infuriating.


Keene, NY


Made me SAD :(


I loved the idea of this bag, as we are traveling to Europe and just wanted to use one bag; but wanted potential extra packing space in case I found some nice souvenirs, etc. I though this bag would fit the bill, and it would have except for one thing. The bag already feels half full before I even started packing. The backpack straps are not removable.They are very padded for comfort but they are also very bulky. They are also not removable so they take up extra space. The second problem is that the bottom inside of the bag feels full to because of all the bunched up material from the "second bag". This problem could have been easily solved if they had used an expansion panel. This bag would have been the perfect travel bag, but I could not get my weeks worth of clothing etc into the bag. Interestingly, all my stuff WOULD fit in my husband's Switchback carry-on. I sent the Morphus back to EC at my expense of $68.00! I found I could get the same bag from eBags for 86 dollars less and with FREE shipping. I still want to get another EC bag, as they are VERY well made. My husband has had his for several years and it still looks new. I'm really disappointed with the Morphus, because it would have been the PERFECT international carry-on, if only they had put an expansion panel.




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