A quality suitcase is essential for any frequent traveler. As someone who gets on a plane, train, or into a car for a road trip at least once a month, I’ve been through a fair share of bags – some have been crushed, dismembered, or just tossed in the trash for being impractical; others have survived the years and remain my go-to choices.
The most recent addition to my suitcase collection is a hard-shell carry-on by Quice, a brand that I was previously unaware of. It had its first tests days after receiving it in the mail – a week-long trip to Spain and Morocco involving several flights, long drives, a ferry, and a lot of packing and re-packing.
If you’re wondering about the trip, it was awesome. If you’re wondering about the suitcase, I was impressed as well. I’ve put together my thoughts on the product – read on to see how the Quince Carry-On Hard Shell Suitcase stacks up.
What is Quince?
Quince is a clothing and accessories brand that makes much more than luggage. You’ll find a wide variety of men’s and women’s tops, bottoms, footwear, accessories, and more, as well as home products like rugs, bathroom items, and bedding. Bags and suitcases are also a part of Quince’s product lines.
Quince prides itself on luxurious quality, sustainability, and great style while remaining in an affordable price range attainable by ordinary people. They also offer very customer-friendly policies like free shipping and easy returns for a full year after purchase.
While it looks like there’s a ton of great stuff on their website, I’m most interested in the luggage (I’ll leave it to Brittney to browse the fashion offerings). You can easily locate their suitcase collection by clicking on the Travel category at the top of their site.
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Quince Hard Shell Suitcases
You’ll see four suitcases when you get to the travel section of Quince’s website, but in reality, there are only two offered in two colors – hence the four products. One is called the Check-In Hard Shell Suitcase, and the other is the Carry-On Hard Shell Suitcase.
Both are offered in a sleek black or stylish tan color. Quince advertises a lightweight, durable design that comes in at less than half the price of competitors like Away, Monos, and Paravel. It’s clear that the goal is to match the great quality of those products while keeping a reasonable price.
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