The Zero Halliburton story began in 1938, when the luggage specialists created the first aluminum travel cases. Drawing from the world of engineering, the unique cases featured a contemporary design with unsurpassed quality and protection that met military-grade specifications.
Fast-forward to almost a century later, and Zero Halliburton continues its legacy for innovation. Its luggage has featured prominently in pop culture from films such as Ocean’s Eleven to Mission Impossible and Inception. In 1969, the company even provided a one-off case for NASA to use on Apollo 11, safely carrying moon rocks back to Earth.
The latest Travellers range feature its most lightweight luggage yet, without compromising on the airtight protection the label has come to be known for. Utilising premium polypropylene shells that are exceptionally strong yet also flexible and supremely light, the collection is perfect for frequent flyers looking for function, style and durability.