Tuesday, April 13, 2010

BOOT needs new luggage - any recommendations?

I need some new luggage. I need a coat carrier/garment bag that can go on board and a roll bag that can go on board. A roll bag big enough for a pair of shoes, general wear and a laptop. Any recommendations?

thanks to Andrew Stawarz for fantastic photo via flickr

7 comments:

Uncle Boot said...

Tim, it has to be personally monogrammed Vuitton.

http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/uniquely-yours-louis-vuittons-mon-monogram

Nothing else can guarantee the theft of your luggage the first time you use it.

Mike said...

I have to say I'm a big fan of Skyroll on wheels - worth the money. (for shorter trips) http://skyroll.com/wheels.htm

Ron said...

We've been using the Atlantic "Expandable Carry-On Upright Suiter" for a number of years, and like them. They also expand to fit in all the convention souvenirs on your trip home. www.atlanticluggage.com

steve sherlock said...

I've started to use TelePods. You know like in the Fly movie.

i put my luggage and suit etc in and dial up the hotel room that I'm staying. and Walla my luggage is there when i get there, and no creases!

i don’t trust actually travelling in the Telepod though, given what happened to that guy Jeff Goldblum.

Carl Jackson said...

Tim, you could try something salubrious from the J Peterman catalogue.

The Trolley case on Wheels
http://www.jpeterman.com/!r1bWdVGZuPDhEZlwKi4PxA!/mens-accessories/trolley-case-1

For the laptop: http://www.jpeterman.com/Counterfeit-Mailbag

Or you could try the luggage in the SkyMall:
http://www.skymall.com/shopping/search.htm?action=PageSize&SearchHandle=QT1sdWdnYWdlfkI9bHVnZ2FnZX5EPTEyfkU9MF4xXjJeU2FsZXNQcmlvcml0eX5JPVByaWNlfks9NH5MPTF_TT0xMX4&PageSettings=

[rant] For US domestic travel anything as long as you don't go down the route many of our US friends do where the largest possible trunk on wheels is taken along with a large laptop bag and jammed into a creaking overhead locker with a portable jaws of life leaving no room for the other people who must share the row to share the locker.[/rant]

Anonymous said...

Fun fact - John O'Hurley, who played J Peterman in Seinfeld is now a part owner of the real J Peterman company.

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