How to buy luggage Buying Guide

Whether you're looking for cabin luggage for a short trip or suitcases for a family holiday, we have a large variety of luggage options for your trip. Discover the benefits of different fabrics, sizes and wheels and find the best luggage for your needs with our buying guide.

Hard or soft case?
Hard or soft case?

A suitcase has either a hard shell or a soft shell. The durable hard shell cases offer extra protection for your items, while a soft case is more flexible and lighter in weight. Some soft shell cases are also expandable and are designed with additional features, such as front pockets, to accommodate your luggage.

Wheels: 2 Wheels VS 4 Wheel
Wheels: 2 Wheels VS 4 Wheel
Suitcases size
Suitcases size

3 sizes

There are three sizes of suitcase: large, medium and cabin. A large case is often suited for a 2 week or longer trip or for a family wishing to pack more, whilst a medium case is better suited for a week away. We always recommend you check with your airline for their size and weight restrictions for your journey. Please note these vary by airline.

Suitcase capacity
Suitcase capacity
Lightweight products
Lightweight products

All Tripp products are engineered using lightweight materials and construction techniques. All of their large hard shell cases weigh less than 5kg, and their large soft shell cases weigh less than 4.5kg. Product weights are always included in the luggage product description. We always recommend you check with your airline for their size and weight restrictions for your journey. Please note these do vary by airline.

5 Year Gurantee
5 Year Gurantee

In the unlikely event of a manufacturing defect occurring please return your luggage to the nearest Tripp department where we will be happy to replace it with an equivalent product free of charge. This does not include normal wear and tear. Please note that damage caused by airline mishandling is not covered by Tripp. In this instance we advise you to contact the airline responsible as soon as possible (ideally before leaving the airport where the damage took place)