Thursday, 19 August 2010

Folding Holdalls, an eternally useful travel item, some variations.

The foldaway tote or holdall is a simple piece of luggage which has become an absolute travel and even day to day essential.  The convenience when on holiday of being able to put any purchases that cant fit into your neatly packed luggage, into a slim packable folding piece of hand luggage, combined with several other possible uses, have made this invaluable to any modern person that has constantly changing luggage needs.

Presented here is a selection of some of the nicest versions of folding luggage.

Goyard folding suitcase - £1800 - Starting firmly at the top of the high end we have this folding suticase from goyard, made from their signature chevron print canvas, it has the capability to fold flat or be extend to a classic suit case dimension of 15" by 20".

Mulberry fold up Clipper - £195 - Taking the modern classic Mulberry clipper luggage shape and remaking it in canvas, they also added the ability to fold it to a small packable square, with the additon of leather trim, this expands to the size of 15" by 24".

Tumi 'Justincase" folding tote - £85 - More reasonably priced yet no less luxurios or sturdy, we have the Tumi JustInCase tote, made from Tumi's sturdy Ballistic Nylon, and trimmed with leather, this makes for a pretty much indestructible little piece, folds down to a tiny square that can be put anywhere, and expands to 15" by 22".  The addition of an external sleeve on the rear allows it to slip over the hadles of extendable handle luggage.

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