Leather Passport Case
Leather Luggage Tag
Westbury Luggage Tag
Colorfield Luggage Tag
Passport and Luggage Tag Set, Mr.
Colorfield Passport Cover
Navy Watch Plaid Travel Wallet
Passports + Luggage Tags
At Mark and Graham, we want your travels to be as enjoyable and exciting as possible. Even business travel should be pleasurable, especially when you get a chance to sample local cuisine and have a night on the town. Our travel accessories help your trip to go smoothly all the way from the airport to the beach. In fact, they even make packing easier. Here are some reasons why covers for men’s passports and luggage tags are a great idea.
The premise behind a luggage tag is simple: to make sure you and your suitcases reach your destination happily and effortlessly. This is a big deal. Your bags have all the items you need to really relax on vacation – or make a great impression during a business presentation. So the sooner you have them, the sooner smooth sailing begins. Luggage tags reunite you and your favorite suitcases quickly in two main ways.
First, they make your bags stand out at the unloading carousel. True, our travel cases are one-of-a-kind anyway, but it doesn’t hurt to have an extra identifier to show who a suitcase belongs to. The moment you see it, you’re ready to hit the road. Also, it ensures that other passengers don’t take your luggage by mistake. Even if they get confused by the shape or color of a similar piece, a large luggage tag taps them on the shoulder and reminds them the bag belongs to you.
That’s why our luggage tags are available in such bright colors. Orange, navy, apple green, red and white are just a few options. They’re purposely flamboyant, so they get your attention quickly. Plus, since you choose the shade of your monogram, it’s not hard to design contrasting color combinations that stand out even more. A red tag with turquoise lettering grabs attention anywhere, and also looks pretty stylish.
Monograms can contain one, two or three letters – depending on the format – in various fonts. That provides another layer of identity recognition. But that’s not the only reason to show off your monogram. You’re not just any passenger. You’re a distinguished traveler on your way to a weekend of sun, fun and elegance.
Many security experts recommend limiting the information you put on a luggage tag that’s visible to everyone. You want just enough so airport employees can return your bags if they get lost by the airline somehow. You don’t want to provide personal data to untrustworthy individuals wandering around the airport. So what should you write? Usually your name, cell phone number – not home phone – and email address are sufficient for the airline to get in touch with you.
Use a second tag inside your bag with additional contact information and your mailing address or P.O. box if you want to provide more data to airport officials. And while it might seem that the realm of luggage tags is limited to airports, actually they’re a big help even during short business trips, especially if you’re a frequent traveler. Why? It’s human nature to leave a work bag or carry-on behind in a hotel room by accident. If that happens, they know how to contact you so you can get it back easily.
When traveling internationally, a passport holder expedites things a lot and gives you peace of mind too. Before you even arrive at the airport, you can have all your most important documents and cards neatly organized for the trip. You don’t need to dig around in your carry-on to find the plane tickets or your identification. Everything’s in your passport wallet. And when you go through security checkpoints, it’s a big relief not to have to empty tons of individual items into a bin. Just pop your tote on the conveyor belt with the passport holder inside and get to your gate faster.