Sustainable & Eco-friendly Luggage

Looking to upgrade your luggage for post-lockdown trips whether for business, staycation or abroad? Take a look at these sustainable luggage solutions.

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I cannot wait until I can travel again. My current bag has been everywhere with me for the last 10 plus years....and feel its time to upgrade.... but which luggage/brand?

Here are a few suggestions of bags that offer eco-friendly and sustainable options for business or leisure trips.

Samsonite - well known Global brand - was the first luggage brand to offer eco-friendly luggage. Offers a wide choice of stylish suitcases that are repurposed from post-consumer and plastic waste from their own production lines.

Solgaard are on a mission to turn ocean plastic waste into premium goods. They offer an award-winning carry-on-closet suitcase that has patented built in shelving (don't even have to take your clothing out of the bag), USB charging point. If you live out of a suitcase, then I highly suggest you take a look at this bag. This is personally my favourite as I can never find anything in my suitcase!

There are other brands offering sustainable bags such as Everlane and Tumi - this is not an exhaustive list so go and take a look around for your perfect bag.

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Some suggestions of bags for a few nights stay or back packing around the world!

Weekend and backpack travelling bags

Fjallraven has backpacks made entirely from polyester recycled from plastic bottles - which can be recycled again!

Matt & Nat are a good choice if you like a vegan leather bag. Made from vegan leather and the lining is made 100% from recycled bottles.

Lefrik offers casual/stylish backpacks in various colours that are 100% recycled polyester PET bottles, waterproof, GRS certified and vegan.

Kathmandu offers a range of ethical vegan backpacks. Made from recovered plastic, recylced polyester (saving 18 plastic bottles going to landill or the ocean) and responsibly grown cotton.

Stubble & Co offer the adventure bag that is largely made from recyled plastic. A great bag as it has compartments for shoes, toiletries, clothes etc

Other brands I found are Parker Clay, Patagonia and Millican