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post #46 of 53
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Originally Posted by stilmacher View Post
Much like Karl Lagerfeld, it will be unlikely that I will ever turn my back on Goyard. Except if they decide to turn Vuitton, of course.
Haven't they?
post #47 of 53
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
Haven't they?

I don't think so. They have logo patterns (the same one for what about 100 years?) but they didn't decide to become a fashion house.
post #48 of 53
Personally, I like the look of Vuitton than I do Goyard. However, both of them, despite their success with the fashion crowd, are actually very old-fashioned looking things. The Vuitton Monogram canvas is so old-fashioned looking with all that brown and gold, I don't know how they managed to market it so well. When was the last time anything mutely brown was in fashion?
post #49 of 53
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
Haven't they?

In NY maybe but as long as something is available at only some 7 locations worldwide I wouldn't call it a fashion phenomenon
post #50 of 53
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Originally Posted by m@T View Post
theyre opening an airline. Underpowered planes, but so thin you have to walk in sideways. All in one-class configuration that frequent flyers will insist is first class despite all objective measures making them seem like economy on any other plane. They look great from the outside, but battery life is an issue, so dont be surprised if your reading light dims mid flight. Anything that goes wrong will of course be your fault, and anyone who has a frequent flyer card will jump to their defense in a heartbeat if you dare to question their decision making.

But at least they don't crash, and no one on board has ever had a virus.

post #51 of 53
French Luggage Company offers a lifetime warranty.

http://www.frenchluggage.com/FrenchL...nchLuggage.asp

(Not affiliated with the company in any way.)
post #52 of 53
I've got Victorinox luggage. The reasons why I got this brand was the handle height that is tall enough for me (I'm 6'3") and the in-line skate wheels that are set apart as much as possible. I also think big robust zippers are key.
post #53 of 53
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post
Filson luggage. There stuff is nearly indestructible. Someone mentioned Ghurka, which is very nice BTW but not at 3 or 4 times the price of nearly identical Filson luggage.
Ghurka is better known for their all-leather pieces, which Filson does not offer. When it comes to twill/tin cloth/fabric stuff then Filson does seem to offer better value.
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Originally Posted by 82-Greg View Post
French Luggage Company offers a lifetime warranty. http://www.frenchluggage.com/FrenchL...nchLuggage.asp (Not affiliated with the company in any way.)
As an aside, French Luggage Co. used to make Louis Vuitton items under license for the US market way back in the 80's.
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