The onehundred&ten Air Cabin case is a black carbon fibre/kevlar travel bag of the future and may qualify as one of the more expensive pieces of luggage that I have featured.
Globe-Trotter charged innovative designer Ross Lovegrove with the responsibility to create a truly iconic case that would encapsulate the fundamental values of Globe-Trotter’s one hundred and ten years of experience making luggage while maintaining an aesthetic that would stand the test of time and become a collectable modern classic. Lovegrove began working on the project in 2006, and over the next two years, his investigation lead to the development of an exclusive Carbon Fibre and Kevlar ‘weave’ that is incredibly lightweight and highly durable.
Globe-Trotter states that the Carbon Fibre and Kevlar-weave developed exclusively for this case makes it 5 times stronger than steel on an equal weight basis. Take that airline bag handlers.
Onehundred&ten Air Cabin Case is available exclusively through Moss.