WSJ discusses the secrets to lightweight and proper packing with a man who should know – Tumi’s president, Jerome Griffith. Discussing the carry-on specifically, “Mr. Griffith is judicious about what he puts in his suitcase, which is 20 inches long—comfortably within airlines’ carry-on limits—and made of black leather, a color he says won’t “show dirt.” To start his packing, he takes out the “suiter,” a compartment designed for suits, in order to free up more room. He works in a casual business environment, he explains.”

Read the full story, “Packing Light and Right” at WSJ.

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