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This Suitcase Will Make You the Coolest Guy at the Airport Baggage Carousel

Filson’s got you, man.
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Just when you thought you’d gotten the whole “stylish, intrepid jetsetter” look down pat, Filson’s gone ahead and given you one more thing you can’t do without. Thanks to the American heritage label, it’s no longer enough to stand out from the crowd of hoodie-and-sweatpants tourists at the terminal. Now, you absolutely must have this gorgeous canvas suitcase:

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Forget all your other sorry excuses for maletas—the Filson Rolling Check-In Bag is easily one of the most stylish ways to lug your life to other places. And not only does it look cool—it’s also made with the brand’s signature water-repellent twill (which, consistent with Filson’s standards, feels substantial and can maybe withstand being mauled by a grizzly bear).


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The Rolling Check-In Bag is also reinforced with bridle leather and contains elastic straps inside to secure all your stuff. The heavy-duty wheels are widely spaced and engineered to handle uneven terrain; and its zippers are custom-made by Filson out of solid brass.



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But more important: Just look at it. There’s certainly something to be said for the elegance of, say, a Rimowa or a Bric’s suitcase, but the rugged, adventurous character of this Filson Rolling Check-In Bag is entirely its own. It's available at
Signet, Taguig in three colorways: navy, tan, and otter green.

And if you find that you don’t need to travel with quite as much luggage most of the time, there’s also the smaller Filson Rolling Carry-On Bag:

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This one has all the same cool features and unique look, but can fit in most airplane overhead bins if you’d prefer not to check it in. The only drawback is that you won’t get to feel like the coolest guy at the baggage carousel.

Signet, Shangri-La at The Fort, 30th Street Corner 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City

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