A trolley whose dimensions exactly meet IATA specifications for hand luggage and is therefore allowed in the cabin. The outer covering, made of cotton twill, is stretched over a solid honeycomb-structured plastic frame. The cover with a large outer pocket is opened via a zip running round three sides; the flap over the top is held closed with two durably stitched leather straps. It has a lashing strap and two sewn-in cotton drill pockets for small items. Two ball-bearing hard rubber rollers for smooth motion; plastic runners for easily negotiating kerbsides. The grips and extendable telescope handle are screwed to the frame to guarantee the best possible stability. There is an extra open side pocket at the back and on one of the sides. Volume approx. 40 litres. Height 55.8 cm, depth 23 cm, width 35.5 cm, weight 4.3 kg.
Travel luggage made by Filson in Seattle will stand up to the toughest demands. In the last great gold rush at the Klondike at the end of the 19th century, Filson products were among the favourites of the gold hunters on account of their exceptional robustness. The luggage is made of a very heavy, densely woven cotton twill (726 g/m²) which is treated with a special paraffin wax to make it waterproof. All zips and metal parts are made of corrosion-resistant brass, while all leather parts are made of very tough vegetable-tanned cowhide. To this day, the bags are made at the Filsons factory in Seattle. To clean, wipe with a damp sponge or brush off any dirt. Do not machine wash or dry clean. The zips may initially be difficult to move; this subsides over time. The bridle leather also softens with use.