Luggage

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Trunkster Revolutionizes Modern Luggage

Revolutionary is a word we don't throw around all that often, but it definitely applies to these new pieces of luggage from Trunkster. There's a lot of great (read: expensive) luggage on the market, but Trunkster might have all the big boys beat. Rather than unzipping and folding your bag in half, or dealing with a ... continue reading
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MeUndies – The World’s Most Comfortable Underwear SPONSORED

MeUndies makes the worlds most comfortable underwear - specializing in non-riding, ridiculously comfortable underwear made from Lenzing Modal fabric. And don’t think that comfort needs to trump style either, because with limited edition artist collaborations, you'll literally be wearing a piece of art. March’s Design of the Month, The Valley by Alex Zohar, is a prime example of how artistic expression can mesh with supreme quality and comfort to create the perfect pair of undies. MeUndies delivers the most premium underwear straight to your door - so try them today and get free shipping to the U.S. and Canada. ... check it out
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Zero Halliburton Geo Aluminum Collection

If you have a sizable portion of your paycheck burning a hole in your pocket, and you're in the market for some grail-level, hard-sided luggage, you have an option other than Rimowa. Zero Halliburton has a new collection of aluminum luggage, and they're some of the most drool-worthy cases we've seen in a long time. ... continue reading
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Raleigh Spitfire Hardcases

Do you remember the Restoration Hardware Aviator Chair that you're still ogling and trying to rationalize spending $1300 on? (For the record, we are too.) The guy that designed it for Restoration Hardware, renowned London-based antiques dealer and furniture reproductionist Timothy Oulton, has designed his own collection ... continue reading
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Hard Graft Carry On Suitcase

If we had enough money, we'd shield all our gear in Hard Graft products. Every wool and leather case they make adds a touch of sophistication to whatever it's protecting. Now that includes your clothing. The Hard Graft Carry On Suitcase sports the classic British wool lining the company is known for, along with carefully ... continue reading
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Suitcase Stickers

These suitcase stickers are not for the faint of heart. In fact, The Cheeky even tells you that with this warning on the site: "Caution: Some of these stickers may cause offense to airport and immigration staff. But you would have figured that out whilst enjoying those cavity searches." Putting a sticker on your suitcase ... continue reading
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Corter Leather Luggage Tag

The TSA is serious business. Even after loosening the travel restrictions we're still terrified to travel with any number of might be restricted but is up to the agent items. But that's not the point. Luggage tags aren't explicitly required, but even the TSA recommends using them. Airlines will give you crappy ones ... continue reading
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Tumi T-Tech Cargo Cases

We might make fun of how some women pack for a trip, but we modern men aren't all that different. Our business trip carry-ons are usually packed to the max. Luckily, Tumi has created a line of cases that won't add to the weight of our already stuffed travels. The T-Tech Cargo Cases are designed to be incredibly light ... continue reading
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Crash Baggage

Spotting your bag on the luggage carousel is a freakin' pain. All of a sudden it seems like everyone decided to put a red ribbon on their suitcase to help them distinguish it, you included. For an easier option, there's Crash Baggage. Each piece comes pre-damaged like it's already been tossed around a few times by ... continue reading
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SuitSuit Boombox

There are a few standard pieces of luggage you'll see while standing at a baggage carousel—the quintessential black Samsonite, a series of cases that fit like nesting dolls, and one beat up junker covered in duct tape. Now, unless you're the duct tape guy, it can be a pain finding your stuff and, let's be honest, ... continue reading
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Lift

As a gentleman you should always offer to help a lady with her luggage. Chances are this scenario will score you points and go off without a hitch. There are times however when you step up to that Samsonite and realize your lady-friend packed her entire wardrobe of what could only be many, many pieces of chain mail ... continue reading
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Victorinox Swiss Army Spectra Luggage

Until you get to the point in your life where you get paid time off, you don't really care about luggage. If you're just going on a weekend jaunt with your friends and you're unemployed (and/or broke), you just throw a bunch of clothes (that are probably dirty but pass the smell test) into the nearest backpack and ... continue reading
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