Luggage Built to Last

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For those moments when you like to leave the beaten path far behind, you’ll need luggage that’s designed to keep up. We think we might have what you’re after.

Building on a heritage of innovation, functionality and durable design, Tumi has launched the latest generation of intelligent travel luggage collection, Alpha 3, and they’ve tagged Lenny and Zoë Kravitz as the face of the new line up.

Taking a step further in perfecting the journey, the new Alpha 3 is the latest evolution of Tumi’s original Alpha collection, which was launched a decade ago to deliver travellers a series of soft yet durable bags ideal for the challenges of modern travel.

Tumi Alpha 3

This year, Tumi again remasters this iconic collection with the introduction of Alpha 3 – the ultimate refinement of a timeless classic, raising the bar for travel once again.

With the new Alpha 3 collection, the Tumi design team has created a highly functional and intuitive line that delivers a durability that’s lost on many luxury luggage brands. With a cleaner, more refined aesthetic, Alpha 3 updates include an integrated USB Power Port added to each of the carry-on sizes, dual-access entry, a modernized front face with protective rails, a full access front pocket for increased functionality, dual-coil security zippers, and a sleek leather rain flap on bags.

Tumi Alpha 3

All of these tools are designed to upgrade and perfect the journey of today’s savvy traveller. The collection, which includes a series of carry-on sized cases, backpacks, briefcases and accessories, is available in Black Ballistic, Black Leather, and Anthracite with brown leather trim, while a seasonal pattern, Graphic Congo, will also be available, adding a pop of personality to lads on the go.

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About Author

Nick Walton is a Hong Kong-based photojournalist and Group Managing Editor for Artemis Communications, producers of Alpha Men Asia, JETSETTER Magazine, Explorer Magazine, The Art of Business Travel, Mirandus, IKHLAS, The Journal and The Edition.

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