There’s this deep sensation of wonder and beauty that comes with exploring new and seemingly endless worlds, and with each new taste, sight and sound, the flavors and colors of life paint my mind with rich memories that I’ll never forget. To me, travel is about taking it slow, living in the moment, and experiencing every new thing you can. Sure, you can head to the beach and roll around beneath the sun and call it travel, but to me, true authentic travel changes more about you than you thought possible. Personally, I travel to change for the better, to understand better, and to grow, rather than to stay the same. With that mindset, I’ve learned, comes a whole new world of expanding views, colors, lands, and tastes. And every moment is beautiful.
The wrong luggage can add a barrier of burden to even the most perfect of planned trips. So I reached out to the folks at Nautica to review their Point of Sail 25” Expandable Luggage piece, because it offers features that make it a versatile choice for all sorts of travel styles and destinations. Now consider, will you be traveling from place to place to place, one day here, and another there? Or will you be staying put for periods of time? That matters, because if you’re backpacking from one place to the next ever day or two, then you will want something versatile that you can carry on your back. But for almost any other style of travel, a versatile suitcase may do the trick.
This Point of Sale suitcase expands its packing capacity by 2”, making it possible to stuff the case to the point of bulging. So if you’re like most folks, you can either pack your bag with every outfit you can imagine needing, just in case, or you can pack within reason, leaving plenty of room for souvenirs. There are multiple pockets that offer optimal organization as well, with a fully lined interior with zip mesh pocket, two slip pockets and an adjustable valet strap. Nautica has considered the comfort of the traveler and has thought through the ergonomics of each suitcase, providing in-line skate wheels, a zip closure, and top and side carry handles, but they didn’t stop there, as the designers also incorporated a push-button locking trolley handle and two front exterior zippered pockets. All in all, I came away impressed with the overall build, quality of the suitcase, and the features that lend to an ease of transport.
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