Boarding Pass is devoted to creating bags that not only look great, but that are ready for your next adventure — wherever, whenever.
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About Boarding Pass NYC
For all of your journeys
Boarding Pass is a New York-based travel lifestyle brand that thoughtfully designs and creates reliable travel bags and accessories for the modern traveler. We‘re devoted to creating products that not only look great, but that are ready for your next adventure — wherever, whenever.Read More
Why our bags?
Duffel Bags made to last.
Boarding Pass has been making duffel bags, briefcases, shaving kits and weekender bags since 2012 with the highest quality materials. They are truly made to last. But you don't have to take our word for it. The style gurus at places like GQ Magazine, The New York Times and Vanity Fair have given their vote of confidence. And of course, there are more than 100,000 customers out there exploring the world with our products in hand.About Our Duffel Bags
"An arsenal of perfectly designed goods." - GQ Magazine
"A glimpse of items you only thought you could live without." - The New York Times
"Boarding Pass designs products that anyone would be lucky to count as his own, all made by men and women who know how to craft the old fashioned way — really well." - Gear Patrol
Boarding Pass is known for our famous luggage tags. Stamped by hand, there is something amazing about seeing your name on something so permanent. I spotted them after a friend sent me one. I asked for one right away. The moment it showed up in my mailbox, I was amazed....
72 degrees and sunny This original, vintage poster is an homage to all thing California—north and south. You'll spot the Hollywood Bowl, Capitol Records, movie lighting, the Golden Gate bridge and happy people. 72 and sunny, as it were. The poster was created in 1960 by American artist Peter Boyle, for...
Durable, practical, world-ready. Mike Arnot is the founder of Boarding Pass NYC and a travel writer for publications including The New York Times. I've got some experience with duffel bags. My first duffel bag was issued to me as an officer cadet in the army. I had just turned 18—a man...