Luggage Nylon Feature slideshow

  • ON THE FLY

    Nylon debuted during WWII in military supplies - most notably parachutes. More durable and abrasion resistant than its natural counterparts, nylon made its way into the mainstream via everyday items, such as rope and guitar strings. To clean nylon, we suggest using a damp cloth with a mild detergent.

  • AUTOGRAPH STYLE

    Our name and address labels are fashioned after the ink-stained identification tags found on vintage military duffels. Similar to their predecssors, they instantly imbue each item with the storied look of an heirloom.

  • HIGH FLYING

    Our trademark rivets take design cues from the lightweight, aerodynamic rivets that reduce drag on modern planes. They feature an airmail inspired icon that recalls the aerial journey of a handwritten letter.