Pre-Damaged Luggage Makes a Baggage Handler's Job So Much Easier

The staff at your local airport responsible for getting your bags onto a plane in a timely manner are particularly skilled at damaging and destroying even the most rugged of suitcases. So why not beat them to the punch with pre-distressed luggage that looks like it's already been through countless flights—at least two. Read More >>

Why Oh Why Does the Skootcase Only Exist For Kids?

The next time you're at the airport, racing to your gate could feel like a casual drive through the Italian countryside if you trade in your luggage for this wonderful Skootercase. Except that it's heartbreakingly only designed and sized for toddlers. Read More >>

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R2D2 Luggage Would Be Way Cooler If It Automatically Followed You Around

Since no one here on earth currently has the need for an astromech droid capable of light spaceship repairs, re-purposing R2D2 as an autonomous suitcase is a brilliant idea. So it's kind of disappointing that this rolling artoo luggage has to be manually dragged along. Read More >>

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How to Efficiently Pack Your Suitcase So You Don't Arrive With a Crumpled Mess

It might be an ad for an over-priced line of fashionable clothing and accessories, but Louis Vuitton's The Art of Packing website is still chock full of excellent tips and tutorials on how to properly fold your clothes and pack a variety of suitcases. Read More >>

This Suitcase's Shock-Absorbing Wheels Can Traverse the Roughest Terrain

Whether you're dragging your suitcase through the corridors at Heathrow, or across Alaska's frozen tundra, this custom-built carry-on can tackle any terrain with specially designed flexible shock-absorbing wheels. And that machined aluminium exo-skeleton frame looks pretty bad-ass too. Read More >>

There's No Such Thing As Too Many Handles on a Suitcase

Unless you travel with just the clothes on your back, or have enough kids in tow to do the work for you, you'll probably be awkwardly wrangling a heavy suitcase in and out of taxis and through airport checkpoints. Read More >>


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