This slick rolling suitcase from Hideo Wakamatsu has it all. To start it’s made from tarpaulin, the stuff you might use to keep rain off your tent, only higher quality. It’s water-resistant, shred-resistant, and durable. It fits a ton of stuff and keeps it organized with two straps and two zippered pockets. Outside, four straps can be cinched when you’re traveling light or loosened when you need more room. A telescoping pull-handle and smooth, silent wheels ensure this will be as much of a pleasure to travel with as it is to pack.
Designer Hideo Wakamatsu launched his namesake company out of a small Paris shop in 1981 before relocating the company headquarters to Tokyo. The scion to a venerable family handbag business, Hideo draws on French and Japanese design traditions to create luggage and accessories that marry fashion, function, and value.
Water and shred-resistant, telescoping pull-handle. Exterior includes four cinching straps for expansion. Dimensions specific to luggage exterior.
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