The North Face Rolling Thunder 22 takes all the good parts about The North Face's Base Camp duffel line and adds a frame and some wheels to it, but not much else. There's one internal pocket and three external (but small) stash pockets, and some sturdy carrying handles on the top, bottom, and one side. You can fit enough clothes in this bag to take you through a long weekend, and the sturdy wheels will make it through a variety of pitted sidewalks and gravel parking lots. The bag is nearly waterproof as well, which is nice for those of us that live in wet climates. Overall though, it's more like a duffel bag than a carry-on, and we much preferred the Eagle Creek Tarmac AWD Carry-On, our Editors' Choice award winner, over this model thanks to the travel-friendly features that this bag lacks.
The North Face spruced up the Rolling Thunder a bit this year. Details to follow.