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American Tourister Sky Cove 4 Wheel Hard Casing Medium Luggage Trolley 69cm Oxford Blue
American Tourister Sky Cove 4 Wheel Hard Casing Medium Luggage Trolley 69cm Oxford Blue
American Tourister Sky Cove 4 Wheel Hard Casing Medium Luggage Trolley 69cm Oxford Blue
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American Tourister Sky Cove 4 Wheel Hard Casing Medium Luggage Trolley 69cm Oxford Blue

AED 339.00AED 444.00(Inc. VAT) 23% OFF

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highlights
  • With a design reminiscent of ocean waves, the sky cove collection balances form and function
  • Featuring smooth double wheels and a scratch-resistant finish, this premium range delivers an effortless travel experience
  • Imperial purple and dark shadow
  • True to cabin size, this compact carry-on case is a statement piece you can rely on
  • A smart multi-pocket interior divider and recessed TSA lock make it easy to stay organized and secure on the go
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Technical details

Technical details

Material

ABS

Country of origin

United States Of America

Rotary wheel

Y

Locking

Y

Carrying handle

Y

Bag size

69cm

Technical details

Material

ABS

Country of origin

United States Of America

Rotary wheel

Y

Locking

Y

Carrying handle

Y

Bag size

69cm

DESCRIPTION

It all started in 1933 when Sol Koffler put his life savings on the line to start a luggage company in Providence, Rhode Island. His dream was to build a tough suitcase that could sell for a dollar. He succeeded, and decades of innovation followed… By 1945, air travel was taking off and lighter luggage was in high demand. So American Tourister’s Hi-Taper was designed – tapered luggage that was lighter and easier to pack. The 50s found the company experimenting with new materials to make the world’s first moulded luggage. The distinctive modern design could really take a beating. The concept has since been copied but never equalled. As international travel soared in the 60s, American Tourister was the first company to “flight test” their bags with flight attendants from major airlines. It was this research and insight that brought about more innovations – like the springless, cam-action lock that wouldn’t jam. In the 80s and 90s, the company continued to design hardside products, while also responding to the shift in demand for softside – durable cases that could withstand even the toughest quality critic, a gorilla