The National Geographic name has long been synonymous with adventure and exploration. The organization has produced some of the most memorable and inspiring photographs and videos and opened our eyes to new far-flung places. If you’re a fan or you’re just looking for a practical piece of luggage, then you’ll be interested to know that National Geographic does luggage too.
National Geographic Luggage — Photo courtesy of National Geographic
Here we have three options that make travel a breeze. There are two hard cases with push button extendable handles and 360 degree swiveling wheels. Each also sports an inside lid zipper pocket and tie down straps for securing your belongings. Most notably, they have eye-catching designs in the shape of a travel collage and a polar bear with her cubs. These cases are tough and they’ll easily withstand the rigors of air travel and will always be easy to spot at baggage claim.
The third case is a little more subtle and offers easy access and real organization for experienced travelers who may need to dip in and out as they go. The fabric is stain- and water-resistant, there’s a retractable handle, a padded front pocket for electronics, two internal wet pockets for drinks or wet bathing suits, a choice of carry handles and compression straps on the outside. This is a seriously well-thought out piece of luggage.
The options pictured here range from $120 to $220 in price. If they aren’t quite what you’re looking for, then don’t worry because you’ll find a lot of alternatives at the National Geographic Store.