Bags Like Away Luggage
Away luggage has developed a cult following thanks to their modern design and wide range of colors. But there’s plenty of bags similar to Away out there if you’re looking for something a little different or more budget friendly:
The Cyprus model, shown here, is still available at Francescas, and we’re loving the metallic cases at Nordstrom that look quite a bit like Away’s aluminum edition (and they make a gorgeous rose gold hue!).
Calpak cases don’t have built in batteries, but they do make innovative luggage tags with chargers.
Tip: Be sure to check out Nordstrom Rack as well for closeout deals on Calpak.
From the moment that Away launched, there have been whispers that Away modeled their cases after Muji Luggage–and it’s easy to see the resemblance.
Muji’s suitcases are very similar in design to Away luggage (or should we say Away is similar to Muji?), with sleek modern lines, lightweight construction, TSA locks and spinner wheels.
You won’t find built-in batteries in Muji cases, but Calpak’s charging luggage tags are always a good option.
Horizn luggage, based in the UK (but available through Farfetch), has jumped on the trend Away started, with similar design and features, making them a great Away alternative.
Their cases feature a removable built-in battery, spinner wheels, TSA locks, with luxe leather detailing.
Much like Away luggage, Horizn has an eye for great color palettes combined with sleek modern design.
A more affordable option that’s similar to Away luggage, Traveler’s Club makes cases with similar horizontal lines for less than $50.
The cases features spinner wheels, lightweight construction, and a fold out device that includes USB port that you can use with your own power pack, as well as a cup and phone holder. We love this versatility in a smart suitcase, and you can’t beat the price for this Away alternative!
Herschel Supply has branched out into luggage, with some pretty cool cases.
They’re not Away lookalikes, but have a similar vibe with fun colors and modern design. You can purchase the Trade line with built-in, removable chargers, or without, so be sure to look for “Trade Power” if you’d like a built-in power bank.
Herschel cases feature the same premium Hinomoto spinner wheels that Away uses, TSA locks, and chic striped lining.
Another awesome option for smaller budgets, Rockland’s Melbourne cases are similar to Away luggage in style, and they come in some surprisingly cool color combos for the price point (the case pictured here reminds us of one of Away’s limited editions).
Rockland cases feature spinner wheels, lightweight construction, and tons of color options–but no power bank. Again, if you’re set on a power bank, Calpak’s charging luggage tags are a neat option.
SwissGear’s cool goldtone Energie case offers a lot of style and features at a nice midrange price.
The case features TSA locks, spinner wheels, great interior organization, and a USB port that you can use with your own power bank. We love these type of cases that aren’t married to a power bank from a particular manufacturer. You also can’t beat the style and features for the price.