* Travel with an iconic luxury suitcase for under $200
* Resembles much more expensive style of luggage but with more accessories and features
* Made with lightweight aluminum alloy and featuring 360-degree spinner wheels
Exotic travel is best paired with high-end luggage that matches the adventure at hand. But luxury bags and name brands can run you thousands of dollars and may actually be more aesthetically pleasing than functional.
We discovered Unitravel’s rolling bag made of a lightweight aluminum alloy material and featuring 360-degree spinner wheels for easy transport across international airports and cobblestone streets. Inspired by higher-priced luggage that is made from a hefty (and heavy) leather, we are opting for a more accessible leather suitcase that can fit your goods and be ready to fly with you around the world.
We love the masculine vibe of this navy and white version that boasts an air of sophistication without breaking the bank. The luggage is made with microfiber leather and a polyester lining inside, and comes in sizes from a 20″ suitcase, to a 26″ bag, to accommodate carry-on requirements as well as a larger size for checked bags.
The Unitravel bag resembles the popular vintage case from Globe-Trotter that runs well over $2000. But when compared to each other, the Unitravel bag has a few more features that make this a more travel-ready bag when jumping from continent to continent (or from city to city when you simply want a more elevated weekender bag).
The reinforced leather holds up in wet weather and the white synthetic straps hold everything in place when racing to the next terminal. There are a ton of storage configurations inside as well, letting you keep your shoes and clothing separate, and your valuables at bay.
With a sleek, safari-inspired design, this bag approaches travel with a sense of style for the gentlemen on the run (don’t forget to set your included passcode lock for the best security). It’s available in ten different colors and is backed by dozens of solid reviews online.