Dwyane Wade wants you to shrug when you see your suitcase full of good wine tumbling around on the airport baggage carousel. This is because you know (as Dwyane Wade knows) the valuable bottles inside are protected by impact-absorbing foam, plus a padded silk lining that features a pattern he picked out himself. Dwyane Wade knows the patterned silk lining is a bit superlative, maybe, but there’s nothing wrong with that.
Dwyane Wade wants you to know that he cares about how traveling affects access to your favorite bottles — and that, with the help of Away, he’s done something about it.
This isn’t the first time someone’s made a suitcase just for wine — not by a long shot — but it might be the first time the concept has been executed so stylishly. And if you’ve already acquired one of the Away x Wade suitcases or any of the other sharp-looking travel accessories to come from that collab, this makes the most sense. Add one of these to your list the next time you’re booking a trip and know your favorite vintage Pinot can come along for the ride — and that whatever fermented discoveries await you, they can be brought home more directly and safely than any overseas shipping package could allow.
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