13 Luggage Colors to Suit Your Palette

13 Luggage Colors to Suit Your Palette

Make your Bags Pop Off the Conveyor Belt

When Red Oxx launched their first bags over 30 years ago, basic black was pretty much the standard fare in soft travel luggage. Our Aviator Kit Bags are still made with black CORDURA® Brand nylon fabric. Like the rest of the soft-sided bag world, Red Oxx plodded along, pumping out generic black travel bags.

But one day while waiting by the checked luggage conveyor belt Jim Markel, our intrepid CEO, found himself perplexed. He was in a hurry. And at first glance several black bags all looked alike.

Goodbye All Black Bags

Now here was a need for colorful luggage. Heck, make those brightly colored travel bags. Now travelers can choose a colored bag that:

  • Mixed or matched their journey wardrobe.
  • Stands out like a giraffe at a convention of dwarfs on the checked luggage conveyor belt.
  • Suits their travel tastes - be it business or pleasure or a combination of both.

No more squinting for your name on the luggage tag as generic black travel bags spin by. And at Red Oxx, you not only get to choose a bag with color, you get to decide among a whole palette of shades.

Available in a resplendent assortment of our lucky thirteen striking colors, nearly all Red Oxx Gear can be mixed or matched. Almost any color you like. Just look for the "colors" tab on our product pages to see what your bag will look like in your favorite shade.

Lucky 13 Resplendent Colors

Here's a list of our lucky 13 available luggage colors:

  • Black
  • Bordeaux (Dark Ruby Red)
  • Coal (Gray)
  • Forest (Green)
  • Khaki
  • Mariner (Blue)
  • Midnight (Dark Blue Black)
  • Olive (Military Green)
  • Orange
  • Red
  • Saffron (Yellow)
  • Safari (1940s US Army Olive Drab and Khaki)
  • Iris (Royal Purple)

You've made the right choice in colored luggage. Why settle for ordinary black bags? You've stepped up to the best bags in the business and we don't just say that.

13 resplendent colors to choose from, its just a matter of deciding which one suits your travel tastes.

Cheers, Jim Markel CEO

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