Serious travelers love Heys, the Canadian company known for its hard-shell 4WD Xcase — “the world’s lightest carry-on luggage.” Lightweight, but incredibly tough: so tough, in fact, that a news station crew once experimentally ran over a Heys suitcase with an SUV and it came out remarkably unscathed. Founded in 1986, Heys designs its streamlined suitcases and luggage sets to stand out in baggage claim — covering them in bright colors and patterns like zebra and plaid. Best-sellers like the hard-case, Sidewinder three-piece spinner set and Disney-themed backpacks and luggage sets for kids make travel both convenient and kid-friendly, a winning combination for any family on the go.
Expertly blending style and substance for 24 years, Heys Luggage takes travel as seriously as you do — their suitcases, carry-ons and toiletry cases come with lifetime warranties and are built to last, featuring durable polycarbonate shells. As chic as they are sturdy, you’ll speed through baggage claim with easy-to-spot options like these bright red or blue suitcases, featuring four 360-degree wheels for easy maneuvering. Or skip the check-in line with the metallic blue biometric carry-on, the ultimate in convenience and security that comes complete with a built-in fingerprint lock closure and noise-reduction technology.
Leaving home for a jetsetting vacation? We can help you get there in style. You won’t mind waiting in baggage claim for this chic luggage selection, like the sleek Heys Luggage suitcase in glossy gold. And your globetrotting wardrobe will be kept safe in Brics’ luxe crocodile-embossed suede garment bag, conveniently wheeled for maximum travel ease. Smaller accessories round out the selection, from rainbow-bright cosmetics bags to plush cashmere travel sets that include a wrap, eye mask and slippers.
Whether you're packing for a weekend jaunt or a week at the beach, we can help you get there in style. Baggage claim will look a little chicer thanks to the luxe suitcase sets and carry-ons on offer here. And plush cashmere slippers just might make those cramped seats a little more comfortable—you're on your own when it comes to the chatty passenger sitting next to you, though.