B|Y Expandable Carry-on Trolley with Pocket



This expandable carry-on trolley with a pocket is part of the Ulisse B|Y collection by Bric’s. Practical but with a modern look, this suitcase with a pocket is ideal when travelling for work and even when on holiday. It ensures durability and sophisticated design thanks to the combination of a robust polypropylene shell and the soft yet hard-wearing fabric of the front pocket, which conceals a laptop/tablet sleeve complete with a protective band. OUTER SHELL: in polypropylene to ensure maximum lightness, flexibility and durability, with a front zip pocket to hold all items that are essential to have at hand. Zip fastening with a combination TSA lock integrated into the shell. When needed, a zip expansion system adds 4 cm to the depth to the suitcase. HANDLE: comfortable and practical, the aluminium retractable handle has three intermediate stop positions that can be engaged with a press button. The carry handle at the top is flat and ergonomic.INNER COMPARTMENT: one side has a zip and flat mesh pocket; the other has cross-straps to keep clothing in place. Soft polyester lining. A special pocket containing a removable and washable bag is designed to hold shoes or laundry.WHEELS: four double wheels, set into the body to optimise the capacity of the suitcase, which smoothly rotate 360°. Movement is silent thanks to their rubber coating. DETAILS: a textural urban-inspired design characterises the outside, and is repeated on the lining. Logo details on the zip pull, carry handle and the wheels, on-tone with the colour of the shell. Integrated address tag carrier. B|Y. Be Young. Be Bric's.




3,3 Kg


37x55x25/29 Cm

Cabin Luggage

4 wheels

Trolley shell made of Polypropylene. Polyester lining that reproduces the same graphic pattern designed on the trolley. Handwash
clean the PP material with a non-abrasive detergent cream for hard surfaces. Light sratches or fading due to bumps may be removed by heating the area with asource of heat. WARNING: pay attention not to use blaze, because, being this a pastic material, the fire can melt it.