Since the brand has long been known for its luxurious offerings in aluminum (as early as 1938) when its briefcases were made to withstand the rough trips to Texan oil fields, the revamped line of suitcases revisits the enduring material once more for its newly developed Continental Carry-On and Medium Travel Case.
Now equipped with a number of patent-pending technologies, and what Zero Halliburton calls the four pillars of construction, Zero Halliburton is preparing itself for the return of air travel. Each aluminum case features ZH Concave Edging, four deep-set channels secured with a custom Y-shaped corner cap for damage prevention; the patent-pending ZH Chassis, a support feature that gives the case increased ground clearance and enhances the specially-made wheel system; a ZH Brushed Exterior, a textured pattern in the aluminum that minimizes scratches; and ZH Custom Design Elements, exclusive design cues that distinguish a ZH case from the rest — rounded cushion-cut latch locks, individual serial numbers, magnetized leather ID cover, and a signature double rib case shape.
Available in silver, black, and bronze, the Continental Carry-On retails for $945 USD. Those interested in learning more about the premium luggage brand can head over to Zero Halliburton for additional information.
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