Tranquil travel starts here — meet Stamford, our new hard-shell luggage collection. With its whisper-quiet wheels and a muted tread, this is our quietest suitcase yet, with a seamless glide. Like all Antler luggage, the new Stamford suitcase is designed to be as lightweight as possible without compromising on strength or durability.
Stamford fuses Antler’s timeless British design with modern Japanese innovation — the premium wheels on the Stamford suitcase are 360-degree rotating Hinomoto wheels that offer a superlatively smooth roll. Hinomoto is the world-leading luggage wheel manufacturer, and the Stamford suitcase’s Hinomoto wheels also offer enhanced control and a quieter roll across cobbles or courtyards thanks to their Lisof tyre fabric, developed with Mitsubishi.
Also part of the collection is the new, coordinating, Stamford Mini Crossbody — a mini suitcase design with a detachable, cross-body strap. Inside the Mini Crossbody, pockets and compartments ensure your possessions stay neatly stowed away. Antler’s signature attention to detail is apparent in the premium hardware and iconic branding on the front panel and zips.
Available in three colours (Putty, Khaki and Black) the Stamford suitcases come in cabin size, medium and large. The cabin case features a USB port with a neat inside pocket so you can plug in and pack a charger or battery pack when you’re on the move. The medium and large have an expander zip that allows for extra packing space. Each size of suitcase nests inside the next one up for space saving storage in between trips and is backed by a 10-year warranty.
Stamford’s shell is made of polycarbonate, an extremely strong material that has built in flex to withstand the rough and tumble of travel. Inside, the suitcase has compression packing straps and internal pockets to keep belongings organised, and an additional compression pad to keep things neatly in place. A strong telescopic handle and side carry handles make this case extremely easy to manoeuvre.
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