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What is Delsey luggage?

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Delsey is a Paris-style luggage brand that makes rolling luggage and totes, computer and duffel bags, backpacks, wallets and travel accessories. Several of its collections have French-inspired names like Beaubourg and Chatelet.

The Delsey brand was created in 1946 by Emile Delhaye and the Seynhaeve brothers. The team got their start by making leather carrying cases for cameras and other equipment. The company began producing luggage in 1970 and made hard-sided and lightweight luggage with weather- and rust-resistant outer surfaces and wheels designed to withstand abrasive surfaces. The fabrics used also undergo a rigorous tear test to maintain quality assurance.

Sources:

  1. shop.delsey.us

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