James Bond's 007 luggage made of sustainable material

Globe Trotter has launched a collection of sustainable luggage and briefcase inspired by the ones owned by Daniel Craig in the last James Bond No Time to Die, released end of 2021 in the United Kingdom and in the United States.


The hectic life of the very special agent of Her Majesty is no secret and his luggage has to be ultra-resistant, while of perfect elegance and manufacturing. The cases are made using a unique material called vulcanised fibreboard, which is made from 14 layers of compressed recycled paper, cotton and wood pulp sourced from sustainable forests. 


The suitcases are nothing short of a work of art, so producing them requires some very specialist craftsmanship. The brand goes above and beyond to create the best product possible, with every suitcase and accessory handcrafted in its UK factory: to ensure the continuity of its savoir-faire, it is training apprentices frequently. A personalized repair service is available on request in the brand's boutique.

Photos © Greg Williams at The Rosewood Hotel

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