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Vegan Travel Guide: The Best Vegan Luggage for Your Next Family Vacation

by | March 27, 2019

Planning for your next family vacation is already a stressful time, especially if you will be traveling with young children. Maybe you’ve decided to take a plane to visit a tropical destination or maybe you’ll be taking a road trip to visit your family’s favorite theme park. Either way, you’ll need luggage. If it’s time to upgrade the old suitcase you’ve had for seemingly decades or if you would like to replace a non-vegan suitcase with a vegan alternative you’ve come to the right place. Here is a vegan travel guide on finding the best pieces of cruelty free luggage for your next family vacation.

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Vegan Travel Guide: The Best Cruelty Free Luggage for Your Next Family Vacation

Matt & Nat COAST Luggage

Free of any animal cruelty, Matt & Nat is a popular, PETA-certified vegan brand using leather alternatives in their products. The inside lining of all of their accessories is made completely from recycled plastic bottles. Sleek, organized, and roomy, this piece of luggage is also perfect for solo business trips. The brand also sells footwear, handbags, and other travel accessories.

Hadaki Plane Hopping Roller

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Based in New Orleans with the logo “Be Bold”, this luggage brand loves their mood-boosting colorful patterns to help you easily spot your suitcase among many others. The brand prides themselves in being eco-friendly, their products are AZO free and the company does not use Phthalates/DEHP or DBP. This piece of luggage is magnificent because it meets the cabin bag size requirements, so no need to pay for a checked bag.

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Krochet Kids The Pike Weekender Bag

Featuring vegan leather straps, this weekender bag is perfect for any road trip or couple-day long journey. Fit this large duffle into the cabin space and use luggage squares to make everything feel a bit more organized. Krochet Kids is a very proactive brand, according to their website they work to help women in need, break the cycle of poverty, and bring together communities. The products are handmade in Peru by members of the local community and are each come hand-signed by the creator of the product.

Got more tips for vegan travel guide? Do you travel with vegan luggage? Do you have any other vegan luggage options to add to this list? Let me know in the comments below.

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Gabriella Anaya

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3 Responses to “Vegan Travel Guide: The Best Vegan Luggage for Your Next Family Vacation”

  1. Gozde Oguz
    March 30th, 2019 @ 2:38 pm

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  2. Caitlin Galer-Unti
    May 16th, 2019 @ 12:36 pm

    I love Matt & Nat — their stuff is always so durable! How do you recommend choosing a bag big enough to fit everything needed for a family vacation?

  3. Gabriella Anaya
    May 17th, 2019 @ 9:15 am

    Depending on your airline, there may be certain bag restrictions. When traveling with my family, we are able to fly “low fare” which allows a free cabin bag and a checked bag for a fee. Paying for 1 or 2 large checked bags is usually cheaper in the long run compared to buying everyone the superior ticket.
    When looking for a large bag (especially one that may be stuffed full!), I specifically look for one with 360 degree wheels to allow transporting the bag to be easier. I personally prefer hard shell luggage to protect more delicate items but if you are worried about going over on luggage weight, a soft case is the best.
    Most airlines offer each traveler to bring a personal item as well in addition to cabin baggage (typically, a purse or small backpack that can fit under the seat in front of you) so I would recommend to utilize the free personal item to store other essentials that may not fit in your carry-on. 🙂
    Hope this helped, Caitlin!
    —- Gabriella

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