American Tourister

Travelling for work comes at a cost.

Not so much the travel and accommodation fares – thanks boss – but making sacrifices when it comes to what you pack, inside of what and why. So many options; so little space.

I jetted up to Brisbane recently for a full four days of meetings, running around town and late nights, meaning I needed enough space to pack as many pieces of clothing I needed in within the limits of hand luggage – efficient travel is best.

After having gone through an overhaul of my personal travel luggage of late – passport holders – carry-on and check-in, I have to say American Tourister is one of the best I’ve come across.

Akin to the likes of Samsonite minus the exorbitant price tag and just as durable and withstanding, the American Tourister Prismo luggage is one of the most lightweight pieces of travel luggage I have.

Weighing-in at 2.4kg, it’s a simple and eye-catching option for the pickiest of travellers, this certainly played the part of making me as noticeable as I feel I needed to be at a domestic airport.

What’s great about American Tourister is its novel aversion to the colour black and tendency toward brighter more noticeable colour ways and details that scream ‘I’M YOURS!’ as it buckles down the conveyor belt.

With all the bells and whistles like 360 degree multidirectional spinner wheels, two front pockets with only one padlock required to secure both, fixed TSA combination lock for security, soft easy grip side handle for easy carrying and expanders for extra capacity; it’s a goodie.

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James Banham is an Australian lifestyle, fashion and entertainment journalist. His writing can be found on these many topics and more in print and online publications around the country.
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