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Types Of Luggage For A Business Trip

 Men traveling

It’s a new year and new deals are being made. 2013 is bring in new business for those who seek it. One of the most important rules of business is: have decent luggage. The second: pack light and effective. We’re here to show you how.

With so many types of luggage in the world, it’s hard to narrow down what type of luggage needed and what items belong in it. We are here to help you identify the perfect traveling luggage for yourself and the lightest way to travel.

Top 3 Types of Traveling Luggage -

Garment Bag: This type of luggage is known to be a weekender for the businessman or just a really cool way to stroll through the airport. This bag is designed to carry items meant for hanging. If you don’t care to iron this is the perfect piece of luggagefor you. You may carry or roll it.
What’s in it:
  • Suits
  • Sport Coats
  • Trousers
  • Button-Ups

Brands: US TravelerHartmann Packcloth Deluxe, Tumi, and Samsonite DKX

US Traveler - Carry-On Spinner


Hartmann Packcloth Deluxe




Tumi- Tri-Fold Garment Bag



Samsonite DKX - Wheeled Garment Bag

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Luggage factory


Checked Luggage: Packing lighter is the way to go. No need to tote around luggage three quarters of you height (unless its international). We encourage you to invest in a midsize piece of luggage on wheels and coordinate your clothes accordingt to coloe scheme for a much easier transport.

What’s in it:

  • Undergarments
  • Shoes
  • Workout Gear
  • Casual Clothes
  • Toiletry Bag
  • Etc

Bags: Large Wheel Duffle Epandable Moble TravelerDavid King, Deluxe Weekender

 Large Wheel Duffle





Epandable Moble Traveler

Hartmann Stratum

David King


Luggage FactoryLuggage Factory


Deluxe Weekender


LKuggage Factory

The Toiletry Bag: Whether you shave or not, it’s important to have one safe place to keep all your toiletries. This is a terrific way to keep all your much needed necessities in a remote place. Rid yourself of those plastic zip bags and invest in being a grown up.

What’s in it:

  • toothpaste/toothbrush/mouthwash
  • shaving cream/razors
  • deoderant
  • floss
  • bodywash
  • lotion

Brands: Trafalgar ‘Georgetown,’ Perry Ellis,  AmeriLeather, and Merona 

Trafalgar ‘Georgetown




Perry Ellis











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