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Best carry-on suitcase?

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FleetwoodRaincoat · 31/10/2021 11:44

Would like to buy DS a case for all the travels he's planning. He's 19 and likes Vans/Converse etc. He only really likes black or white, which narrows it down a bit.

Basically I'm after some recommendations for good quality but "cool" luggage. Does anyone have any suggestions please? I've looked at Eastpak and Tripp so far, but still can't see anything I think he'll like. Don't mind if it's hard or soft and preferably costs under £100.

Thanks.

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jaundicedoutlook · 31/10/2021 16:26

Travelpro suitcases are great. Used by lots of airlines as their crew cases. We have two for hold luggage though not a carry on - much better than the Samsonites we had before. Not cheap but not crazily expensive either…

eu.travelpro.com/

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emmathedilemma · 31/10/2021 18:24

I have an eastpak that's been one of my best ever bags. It has a padded compartment inside the lid so useful if you're limited to one bag and need to take a laptop or iPad.

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BarbaraofSeville · 02/11/2021 04:19

Kipling do luggage and lots of colours so might have something. I'd get black not white, which is likely to look grubby quite quickly.

They have shops in a lot of outlet malls, so good for actually examining the item before you buy and might get a good deal, they do seem to have quite a lot of sales and offers anyway and also sell on Amazon and a few other places.

www.kipling.com/uk-en/luggage/shop-by/cabin-size-c10589/

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Flouts1 · 02/11/2021 15:25

I’ve had my set of trip luggage for 4 years now and they take a lot of battering but still in very good condition

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