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Gift Guide: Folding Luggage Racks for the Jetsetter

Life as a jetsetter is hard stuff, dude. Schlepping to and fro the airport. Recovering from jet lag (or "décalage horaire," as the French say). Packing and unpacking. Being presented with warm hand towels on the airplane. Collecting passport stamps and visiting new places all the time, ughh. The least you can do for your pauvre jetsetter friends this holiday is give them a chic spot to stash their luggage when they return home briefly, before heading back to Dubai on the Concorde. I've rounded up several options of folding luggage racks at various price points for your jet-setting friends, as a place for your pals to load and unload their winter, summer, and resort wardrobes. That is, unless they have a maid who does it for them.


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chancleta chancleta 8 years
i love love love them and i love love love when i go somewhere that they have them
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I don't know many people who use these...
bizzybee bizzybee 8 years
I really like this idea. And thanks to sgdish for the vintage suggestion. Unique is always nice.
sgdish sgdish 8 years
I'm a firm believer in luggage racks. Much easier on the back and gets suitcases off the floor. Another great place to find them is at vintage/antique stores. I've found some for around $20-$25 and they are always unique!
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