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Zero Halliburton Classic Edition Collection

Zero Halliburton Classic Edition Collection

Celebrating 70 years of hard-ass aluminum cases, the Zero Halliburton Classic Edition Collection ($375 and up) uses that experience to create some of the company's best cases yet. Available in business, luggage, or computer styles, the collection features upgrades like over-mold gripped handles, custom-designed integrated locks, latches and hardware, protective padding and organized interiors, and a re-designed, push-button release telescoping handle and stabilizing out-board wheels on the luggage. One of the world's most iconic bags just got a little better.

  • Patagonia MLC

    Messenger bag meets backpack in the Patagonia MLC ($160). Designed to take up as much space as carry-on laws allow, the MLC can hold three to five day's worth of clothes, and converts easily from a briefcase-style bag into a backpack for frantic trips through terminals. An internal floating divider and water-resistant laundry locker let you keep your dirty duds away from the clean, while its coated fabrics provide protection for your goods in bad weather.

  • Globe-Trotter Centenary Collection Luggage

    J.Crew steps up its travel offerings with the Globe-Trotter Centenary Luggage Collection. Handcrafted by Globe-Trotter, the 110 year old British luggage company, the six-piece collection is built to last with Vulcan Fibre shells that can hold the weight of a one-ton elephant. The collection is available in "very limited" quantities with J.Crew custom leather trim and straps. Available for mixing and matching is a 13" vanity case ($1000), a 21" trolley case ($1800), a 26" suitcase ($1800), a 28" suitcase with wheels ($2300), a 30" extra-deep suitcase with wheels ($2200), and a 33" extra-deep suitcase with wheels ($2400).