Hartmann Luggage has offered high-quality suitcases and leather goods for refined travelers since 1877.
Hartmann offers carry-on luggage, spinner suitcases, garment bags, duffel bags, backpacks and hard-side luggage, so there is always an option, no matter how much you are packing. Pricing varies and generally ranges about $200–850. Luggage items are available in a variety of neutral colors and patterns like tweed and herringbone. Customer favorites include the wheeled carry-on garment bag, medium spinner, long journey expandable and duffel bag. To keep your luggage looking like new, follow Hartmann’s product cleaning recommendations.
To show confidence in its luggage, Hartmann offers extensive warranties. Depending on the product you own, you can take advantage of two-year, 10-year or lifetime warranties. Check the website for what warranty applies to you.
Standard shipping is free within the continental United States and international shipping is currently not available. Hartmann products are also available at retailers like Bloomingdales and Macy’s. Visit the website to search for the store nearest you.
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