TUMI Launches a Titanium Division of Their 19 Degree Luggage Line

Nov 15, 2021

Category: Gear

It’s hard to think of a luggage brand as iconic as TUMI. Their luggage’s sleek, minimalist design and durable construction have made their products some of the best suitcases you can buy on the market. Recently, the New Jersey-based company put the luggage industry on notice with the release of their 19 Degree line, a collection of aluminum — and later recycled polycarbonate — luggage featuring a striking flowing design. Now, TUMI is expanding their purview of construction materials by adding a new carry-on with a Titanium construction to the 19 Degree line.

TUMI’s new international carry-on features a raw titanium construction to enhance the suitcase’s durability while ensuring it still remains lightweight and portable. By using titanium rather than aluminum, the suitcase is able to be far more resistant to dents than the aluminum or polycarbonate offerings. Moreover, the international titanium carry-on sports intricate carbon fiber-inspired accents throughout its exterior, as well as aircraft-grade aluminum tubing in its telescopic handles to ensure that the suitcase will hold up to the rigors of worldwide travel. For an extra layer of corner strength and impact resistance, TUMI designed the titanium carry-on with their patent-pending DuraFold construction method, which folds and reinforces the corners of hard-side cases with heavy-duty stitching and an impact-resistant cap. The titanium international carry-on also sports two TSA integrated combination locks, four dual-spinning wheels, and retractable top and side handles.

The suitcase’s interior boasts a gorgeous quilted divider, mesh pockets, and vintage-inspired destination stickers to provide the bag with a fun, decorative flare. Like all TUMI products, the titanium carry-on comes with the complimentary Tumi Tracer number to use in the very unfortunate event that you lose your TUMI suitcase. The TUMI titanium international carry-on retails for $3,000 and can be purchased on the brand’s website.

Purchase: $3,000

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Gear

lululemon’s LiftOS Hiking Backpack Offers Back Support and Water-Resistance

The brand’s innovative LiftOS tech helps evenly distribute weight in the 25L bag.

Posted By Yoni Yardeni

Partner

The 5 Best Travel Backpacks [VIDEO]

Hard working packs purpose built for globetrotting.

Posted By Gray Van Dyke

Partner
Featured Image

Huckberry and Peak Design Collab on a Limited-Edition X-Pac Travel Backpack

The 30L bag compresses down to 27L or expands to 33L.

Posted By

Aug 8, 2022

Featured Image

Our 8 Favorite Pieces from lululemon’s First Hiking Collection

Follow our guide to the Canadian performance brand's new outdoor gear.

Posted By

Aug 8, 2022

Featured Image

Altra Revamps Its Mont Blanc Trail Running Shoe with Its First BOA System

The performance shoemaker is jumping on the BOA bandwagon.

Posted By

Aug 5, 2022

Featured Image

Rumpl Adds Flame-Resistant Tech to Its Flagship Puffy Camping Blanket

The outdoor brand's latest product is perfect for use by the campfire.

Posted By

Aug 5, 2022