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post #31 of 38
I have the Glaser. Myron only makes them with nylon which the OP didn't want. I too prefer canvas. Believe it's a functional thing, though. Moisture + canvas liner = bad news.
post #32 of 38
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post #33 of 38
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So I have a flight on Saturday but no carry on luggage. Went to the local Louis Vuitton boutique and picked up a Keepall 50 with shoulder strap in Monogram Canvas.
post #34 of 38
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So I have a flight on Saturday but no carry on luggage. Went to the local Louis Vuitton boutique and picked up a Keepall 50 with shoulder strap in Monogram Canvas.

post #35 of 38
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So I have a flight on Saturday but no carry on luggage. Went to the local Louis Vuitton boutique and picked up a Keepall 50 with shoulder strap in Monogram Canvas.
You're checking your brand new LV luggage?
post #36 of 38
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You're checking your brand new LV luggage?
I'm not that dumb. I have a Rimowa for checking in, the LV is carry on for in the cabin. I always fly business class for work so I'm not too concerned that there's not enough space for it. I've actually decided against leather, which was my preference, because it's just too heavy. Might pick up a regular canvas weekender from Filson or alike in addition.
post #37 of 38
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I'm not that dumb. I have a Rimowa for checking in, the LV is carry on for in the cabin. I always fly business class for work so I'm not too concerned that there's not enough space for it.
I've actually decided against leather, which was my preference, because it's just too heavy. Might pick up a regular canvas weekender from Filson or alike in addition.
Makes sense now. I agree with you regarding the added weight of leather. I like it, but it just adds too much weight. I now reserve my leather luggage for trips by car.
post #38 of 38
I used to be concerned about how my luggage looked, but after lugging attractive but heavy stuff through airports, I am more concerned about weight. And, after having baggage handlers giving any piece of luggage that distressed look in short time, I have opted for durable over attractive. Am now checking in Andiamo Valoroso bags -- ugly, but indestructible. And my latest carryon is a Red Oxx Airboss, which is both practical and as durable as a bank vault.
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