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Get Away From it All With Antler Suitcases

April 25, 2019 35 comments

Get Away From it All With Antler Suitcases

It all began in 1914 when John Boultbee Brooks, the son of a famous bicycle seat manufacturer, decided to enter the passenger luggage market. He started by producing leather wardrobe trunks for ocean voyages and unique trunks which were attached to cars. Brooks’ keen interest in wildlife led to the adoption of the stag’s head as the brand logo, which remains to this day, and the Antler brand was born. Based in the Midlands, the business began to thrive throughout the 1920’s and 1930’s.

During the Second World War, they started producing haversacks, webbing belts and military equipment to support the War Effort. After 1945, they returned to the luggage business, introducing innovative styles into the collection, such as the development of soft-sided luggage with rich quality linings. Tourism boomed in the 1960’s and 1970’s as air travel became more accessible and affordable, and people changed the way they spent their holidays. They endeavoured to keep one step ahead of the new travel lifestyle by introducing innovative and lightweight products like Airstream, which combined soft and hard materials in one case.

By the end of the Century, Antler had moved into the hardside luggage sector as well, and continued to play a key part in the rollercase revolution. At the end of the 20th century they continued to forge ahead with new products, entering the hard luggage market and also playing a key part in the roller case revolution. They celebrated their centenary and one hundred years of Great British Design. So the Antler brand you see today is a fresh, contemporary expression of what they stand for and believe in. Everything they do is based on the flair and culture of British design and underpinned by their own rich heritage of craftsmanship.

They’re clearly proud of their history and heritage and they’ve drawn on this wealth of experience to develop a wide range of suitcases, casual bags, travel accessories and leather goods. They are now over a century old, but still remain at the forefront of the Luggage industry, thanks to their passion for craftsmanship and their dedication to innovation. This is supported by a 10 year international warranty on most products. Everything they do is underpinned by their testimony – Designed, Tested, Trusted, since 1914.  With over 100 years of British heritage and a 10 year international warranty on most products thrown in for good measure, Antler is a brand you can trust on your travels.

If you have a holiday coming up, then this Antler Galaxy set of two suitcases is perfect for you! They feature internal and external pockets for organisation, TSA-approved locks, 360 degree smooth rolling wheels and lockable trolley handles. Expandable to give you even more versatility, this suitcase duo will see you off on your travels in style, whether it’s a weekend break or a fortnight in the sun.

Contains:
• 1 x Cabin case (l x w x d): 55cm x 40cm x 20cm (21.7″ x 15.7″ x 7.9”)
• 1 x Large case (l x w x d): 78cm x 49cm x 31cm (30.7″ x 19.3″ x 12.2”)

You can find out more about Antler here and if you fancy winning this fab Antler Galaxy set of two suitcases for yourself, just enter via the rafflecopter below. Good luck!

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35 Comments

  1. Ooh, I would like to go somewhere completely different – My dream trip would be to follow the David Attenborough locations to see the incredible wildlife. Probably need a backpack more than a suitcase for that though !

  2. I love going on holiday abroad but recently I have been trying to visit more places in the UK. My fave so far has been Scotland as it is so beautiful

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