Rolling Along

Samsonite Single Black 25-inch UprightSome teenage girls feel so sophisticated when they wear their first expensive jewelry or finally get the keys to the family car. That moment came for me when I bought my first "grown-up" suitcase for a school trip. That luggage represented freedom -- as much freedom as allowed by a history teacher herding kids through Washington, D. C. -- and held practically everything I owned. Alas, that suitcase was HUGE and powder blue, and while it was easy to spot on the luggage carousel, a time came when I wanted something less conspicuous.


Many travelers prefer luggage that maintains a low profile while being stylish and functional, like this Samsonite 25-inch upright suitcase. It looks good and is the perfect size for a weekend or a week (if you are an expert packer). Plus, this Samsonite upright has 360-degree spinning wheels, so it won't keep turning over as you navigate the crowds and juggle your tickets, ID and handbag.


Samsonite 2 Piece Black Luggage SetThe frequent traveler will appreciate this Samsonite two-piece luggage set with a 21-inch upright and a rolling tote that is great for hauling your business gear, including your laptop, through the airport, to meetings and across campus. Like the 25-inch single upright, the two-piece set has impressive four-wheel spinner technology and 360-degree mobility. At the end of a long day, your luggage will move better than you do.


Of course, the best feature of these Samsonite suitcases is their spectacular price. Summer may be over, but the thrill of travel still beckons. Go see the autumn leaves or the city lights. Plan a great ski weekend. Be prepared to make a fast getaway when your sister suggests you host Thanksgiving dinner. But first, accept our gift to you by taking advantage of our unbelievably low prices on Samsonite luggage.



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Shawna Edwards



Oct. 11, 2010 at 10:55 AM

I'm still using my old suitcase, and you're right, if I tug it the wrong way it tips over. Maybe it's time to start planning a fabulous trip so I have an excuse to buy new luggage...

Oct. 11, 2010 at 10:56 AM

I like to travel light, so a compact rolling bag would be nice. The key is to add some compact packing cubes to squeeze a lot of stuff into small modules inside your luggage.

Oct. 11, 2010 at 10:57 AM

Cheap luggage that sticks in sidewalk cracks or is incredibly bulky is the WORST when you're traveling. I should probably get better luggage, and these look awesome. A powder blue suitcase would definitely stick out on the baggage carousel, though. How fun!

Oct. 11, 2010 at 11:00 AM

I think I'm going to plan a vacation right now.

Oct. 11, 2010 at 11:36 AM

Being prepared to skip town at all times is a good idea, especially during the holidays.

Oct. 14, 2010 at 9:49 AM

i was pretty jealous of my friend's wheelie garment bag this past trip we took to nyc. i was schlepping this over-the-shoulder, staunch no check-in bag rule kind of bag that I demand since i have a phobia of lost baggage. however, i'm almost ready to commit to a swanky set like this.

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