Why should women’s totes be the only ones to have a travel sleeve? (They are apparently also called a “handle slide” — if you’re unfamiliar, I mean the little slit in the back of the bag so you can slide it over the extended handle of a rolling bag — like a sleeve.) I still credit Lo & Sons with being the first bags I ever saw with a travel sleeve, but I don’t know if they invented it — but it’s the kind of thing where once you have a travel sleeve on one of your bags, you never, ever, ever want to travel with a rolling bag + second bag WITHOUT having a travel sleeve. This duffel bag from Bric’s is highly rated — I like that it’s foldable and that it matches the suitcase. Bonus? It’s water-resistant and has real leather trim. The bag is on sale for $105 at Nordstrom; Amazon also has a version in beige for $68, as well as additional colors at $140. X-Bag 22-Inch Folding Duffel Bag
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