Globe-Trotter’s new RAF100 Luggage line was developed with the Royal Air Force’s Centenary Year in mind. The luggage was designed for RAF pilots to carry with them on their mission flights and training. The look of the cases is similar to the old fashioned steamer trunks, with squared off corners, flat sides, and study handles. The look is updated with the body being made of aluminum and vulcanized fiberboard. The body is adorned with lines of rivets, as well as black reinforced leather corner pieces and a handle. The mix of aluminum, fiberboard, rivets, and black accent pieces evokes the image of the RAF’s fighter planes. Adding to the motif, each piece of luggage is completed with the RAF’s heraldic insignia. Inside the luggage, there is a quilted interior that gives the luggage an elegant finish. Another great update to the traditional is that the trolley case opens length ways instead of width. This allows for you to easily open and reach into the case while it is upright.
The line is available in a 20-inch trolley case, a slim attaché, and a 14-inch utility case. The trolley case comes with a grey-striped luggage belt; the attaché and utility case come with matching shoulder straps.