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About Samsonite

From wheeled duffels and uprights to hold-all weekender bags, laptop bags and backpacks, Samsonite’s luggage makes travel a snap. The company has become not just famous, but downright iconic, for putting high quality — and ingenious functionality — into all its designs. Founded in 1910 in Denver, Colorado by Jesse Shwayder, Samsonite has held its own for over a century now – its strongman name is, in fact, inspired by Samson, whose biblical brawn conveyed the reliability and durability of the luggage. Today, the sleekly wheeled cases and bags are stronger than ever, with innovative designs improving your experience every time you travel.

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Sale Ended April 20, 2014

Bric's Luggage

Founded by Mario Briccola in 1952, Bric's Luggage makes handbags and luggage that represent Italian craftsmanship at its finest. Made by hand from Tuscan leather and state-of-the-art nylon, the company’s hard- and soft-shell trolleys, duffel bags, totes, and more have garnered a loyal following of fashion-conscious men and women. And no wonder: With their cosmopolitan style and practical designs, Bric’s pieces are both beautiful and durable.

Sale Ended January 18, 2014

Up to 70% Off: Lipault Luggage

Rid your next trip of any added stress by trading in your hefty, cumbersome suitcase for super-chic, lightweight luggage from Lipault Paris. Uniquely designed with the savvy traveler in mind, Lipault offers multifaceted cases crafted in heavy-duty materials and high-fashion colors.

Sale Ended December 09, 2013

Up to 70% Off: Samsonite Luggage - 12/6/2013

From wheeled duffels and uprights to hold-all weekender bags, Samsonite’s luggage makes travel a snap. The company has become not just famous, but downright iconic, for putting high quality — and ingenious functionality — into all its designs.

Sale Ended April 15, 2014

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