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    I rock the Oakley carry on and Oakley checked baggage

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    Quote Originally Posted by davido22 View Post
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    I have no scrapes on mine after two years and scrapes would not look bad on this style, i find black actually shows gray scrapes after a while. would send pic but i shipped it full of perfume samples to middle east. Comes in gray and green too I think.
    I'll have a look at it. Thanks

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    Hardside - Samsonite

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    Using the Rimowa Topas 932.70.
    The Quality is really good, but after a few years
    of use it looks like a piece of ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elit View Post
    Using the Rimowa Topas 932.70.
    The Quality is really good, but after a few years
    of use it looks like a piece of ....

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    RIMOWA FTW! LV Keepall 50 for carry on or my Givenchy Leather backpack.

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    My luggage is basically a reflection of where I am going. Don't really care to schlepp LV to Laos and Cambodia and I never felt LV warranted the price. It is a luxury statement to me more than a luxury item. I much prefer Burberry and Bottega Veneta in luxury goods zone. Burberry smoked check weekend bag pure WIN.
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    Dakine split roller when I need to pack heavy. Dakine luggage takes a good beating especially since the airport just tosses your bag everywhere!

    LV keepall 55 for carry-on. Although I've been using the Herschel Supply Co. Novel bag for carry-ons lately. Don't have to worry about it getting scratched or messed up like the LV, when the plane is packed w/ ppls excess carry-ons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadstar View Post
    But I have also been debating on Rimowa. Anyone out there use this brand?
    For checked luggage i've use Rimowa (non-aluminum) for about the last decade...lightweight, never an issue with quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akiruno View Post
    For checked luggage i've use Rimowa (non-aluminum) for about the last decade...lightweight, never an issue with quality.
    yes so far for me rimowa for check in will be on of my top choices that i will shop for. carry on botegga or my trusty backpack when i want to "lay low"...

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    Patagonia MLC Wheelie (lifetime warranty, so when it starts looking like sh!t I can pick-up a fresh one)


    Marmot Eiger 45 (not much in the way of keeping things wrinkle free, but for trips up to 2 weeks, the top loader is ideal)


    I should mention most of my trips look like this...
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