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Hideo Wakamatsu Tarpaulin Check-In Trolley

If you care more about the safety of your cargo and less about the flashiness of your luggage, check out the Hideo Wakamatsu Tarpaulin Check-In Trolley ($225). Made from water- and shred-resistant tarpaulin, this 25-inch pull-behind — a smaller 19-inch version ($190) is also available — this lightweight bag sports dual exterior and interior zippered pockets, water repellent zippers, adjustable straps around the sides to accomodate larger loads, and silent running wheels to keep it from sounding like you're stepping on a mouse once every five feet, also known as "terminal squeal."

  • Tumi Vapor Luggage

    Time to replace your aging, well-traveled luggage? Take a look at the new line of Tumi Vapor Collection ($400-$550). Available in four-wheel variants of the Extended Trip, Medium Trip, and International Carry-On cases, as well as a two-wheel version of the latter case for the traditionalists out there, these stylish, highly-distinctive cases are made from a triple-layer alloy of ABS and polycarbonate, making them extremely light while giving them the protective abilities of a heavier hard case. Perfect for your next trip, whether it's across the state or across the ocean.

  • New Era Cap Carriers

    Has your obsession with MLB caps gone past the typical bad hair day coverup to become a full-time, color-coordinated accessory? Pick yourself up one of these New Era Cap Carriers ($25-$50). Available in two-, six-, or 24-cap varieties, the carriers are made from either crush-proof neoprene or high-tensile strength nylon, ensuring that your beloved headwear will arrive looking as fresh as a cap straight from Jerry Ferrara's Entourage wardrobe.

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