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- Fabric/Nylon/Ballistic Weave Nylon
- Mesh lining
- Magnetic closure
- 14" high
- Dual purpose slip-through back pocket allows bag to slide over the Outsider® handle for easy transport
- Tri-fold design conforms to all domestic carry-on regulations
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Briggs Riley's garment bag is luggage with a compact design for easy use. Luggage for a lifetime, this piece features Briggs Riley's simple as that lifetime warranty.
This tri-fold garment bag is compact in design and well organized. It’s size allows you to bring it just about anywhere.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 24 x 22 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000KAJLRS
- Item model number: 375-Black-14x22x8.5
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 21, 2003
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
The Victorinox had slightly more depth in the main compartment when unfolded, the difference being due to the larger zipped front compartment on the B&R. This might make getting a second suit in there easier, but people have reported getting two in the B&R.
The Victorinox has a built-in tie wallet, which was pretty nice. It also has two shoe-sized pockets in the middle. But overall I didn't like it enough.
The B&R has more durable materials and construction (especially the hangar lock), huge "self-healing" zippers, a more comfortable shoulder strap, and generally seemed like it would last longer. There is a smaller secondary pocket on the front, which has been surprisingly useful for things like checkpoints. For hanging the bag unfolded, it comes with two different rubberized metal hooks. I have no idea why the larger one would be needed, but it's nice to have.
Probably the best part is that the bag fits precisely in almost every overhead container I've tried, including small regional jets (economy, but would also fit on the right side overheads in 1st class). The corner space left by the front pocket will nicely clear hinges.
Some miscellaneous points:
-I still haven't figured out where to put shoes. Other people have described packing them in the bag, and there are at least 2-3 potential places, but I'm not sure which one is best.
-If you prefer to use the thicker, taller type of suit hangar, you might find that it can make folding more difficult if using the hangar lock/Wally hook.Read more ›
Tumi is nice, but their Presidio thing is just too small for me, not enough pockets, doesn't make use of the space above the shoulders of your shirts. Victorinox and other brands that I've checked out don't seem to have as ideal a bag as this one was for me. Plus it said 6 days to get to me and I think it got here in 4, with just normal shipping.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just opened It so these are first impressions. So far, not seeing why there's a premium over an equivalent samsonite tri-fold costing much less. Also, there is no shoulder strap. Read morePublished 2 months ago by brownf
This item had belonged to someone else!!! The plastic around the item had been opened. But the real kicker is: THERE WERE SOMEONE ELSE'S BELONGINGS PACKED IN THIS SUITCASE!!!!! Read morePublished 4 months ago by T. McCarthy
Can easily fit a couple suites and is very easy to carry. I love this for short 2-3 day business trips. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Honest Opinion
The quality of the bag materials is top notch but the design is poor. You can fit one suit, one shirt, underwear and minimal toiletries comfortably. Read morePublished 8 months ago by JB
This bag is phenomenal. I am an extremely demanding weekly traveler. Previously I owned the Tumi Tri-fold and wore out a number of them over the years. Read morePublished 9 months ago by David B.
Really is too small and too heavy,and too costly for what it is worth. There are less expensive items that will take up the same less space in the overhead of a plan, and hold... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
As a frequent business traveler, I love the form factor of the tri-fold garment bag...you really can pack a lot in this style bag (spare shoes being the exception). Read morePublished 15 months ago by DJP
I like this product. Bit expensive but it seems to be quite sturdy and carries my suits well. This bag fits in any overhead bins in any airline.Published 17 months ago by Young Jee