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Dwyane Wade Teams Up With Away for a Suitcase Designed for Wine and Other Awesome Travel Stuff

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Away’s luggage is kind of our jam over here at The Manual. We love the brand’s unbreakable, uncrushable, basically un-fuck-uppable clamshell suitcases to the point that we’ve almost stopped carrying any other kind. Major points in Away’s favor are the luggage’s roomy interiors with separate sections for shoes and non-compressible items on one side and a compressible clothing section on the other, the super-utilitarian built-in laundry-bag, multi-directional, smooth rolling wheels, and the multiple different size options that they come in.

Yet, Away just can’t stop improving on their already nearly-perfect products.

Earlier this year we saw Away collaborate with NBA All-Star and Miami Heat player Dwyane Wade for the Away X Dwyane Wade collection. That collab featured design inspiration from the Heat’s hometown of Miami in the form of an interior palm-print and an exterior wrapped in matte black aluminum, which brought that same sense of sharp, gentleman-meets-high-roller style Wade sports off the court, where he’s often found donning a slim cut, black suits, blazers, button-downs, killer sneakers, and oxfords.

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Now, Wade has teamed up once again with Away for not only an exterior style upgrade in the form of dual-hued navy and powder blue suitcases but also with multiple awesome additions to Away’s traditional luggage lineup.

With a dopp kit, duffel pack, packing cubes, and a suitcase specifically designed for traveling with wine, Dwyane Wade and Away have created a frequent traveler’s dream suite of suitcases and accessories. Check out all the new additions to the Away X Dwyane Wade collection below.

The Dwyane Wade Wine Case – $275

With an interior designed and outfitted for six full-size bottles of wine (or liquor … or beer), this suitcase is ideal for anyone who loves wine, from aficionado to the enthusiast. In addition to the wine case, the dual-toned sky blue and “ocean shore” color-combination can be found on the four original luggage sizes: the Carry-On ($225), the Bigger Carry-On ($245), the Medium ($275), and the Large ($295).

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The Dwyane Wade Duffel Pack – $350

Crafted from premium pebbled leather and boasting a convertible design, this duffel pack can easily serve as a secondary piece of luggage (which can conveniently ride atop your roller bag) or your primary travel pack, depending on your travel style.

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The Dwyane Wade Packing Cubes – $25+

With four sizes starting at just $25, the Dwyane Wade Packing Cubes from Away are the perfect addition to your travel “uniform.” Made from heavy-duty, transparent PVC, these bags were designed to separate your clothing by type all while keeping whats inside clearly visible.

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The Dwyane Wade Dopp Kit – $150

Made from the same premium pebbled leather as the Duffel pack, this dopp kit is bigger than most others and is designed to keep every lotion, cleanser, and hair clay in place. There’s even a spot specifically to stow your toothbrush and toothpaste.

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The full collection of Away X Dwyane Wade suitcases and accessories can be found here while supplies last.

Chase McPeak
Former Digital Trends Contributor
Chase McPeak is the former Lifestyle Editor. Chase regularly appeared on Beards, Booze, and Bacon: The Manual Podcast where…
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