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Globe-Trotter was founded in 1897 in Saxony, Germany by an Englishman named David Nelken. In 1932, Globe-Trotter moved to the UK, where it has remained ever since. Today, Globe-Trotter products embody British craftsmanship, dressed in a traditional aesthetic and a timeless approach to style.
The Foxley Docket invites you to celebrate Globe-Trotter products – but not just any Globe-Trotter bag. 2016 makes 80 years since the first flight of the Spitfire, a single seat fighter aircraft utilised by the RAF and a number of other countries before, during and after the Second World War. The Spitfire, designed by R.J Mitchell of Supermarine, took its first flight on March 5th, 1936, and had a top speed of 584km per hour and a wingspan of 11 metres.
The Globe-Trotter Spitfire Special Edition is dressed in a war-like camouflage aesthetic, complete with a sky blue interior to represent the British icon’s ascension amongst the clouds of old. This is complemented by a number of glittering chrome fittings. Utilising the endlessly talented hands of Globe-Trotter craftsmen and women, the Globe-Trotter Spitfire Special Edition is lovingly made by hand, utilising only the finest materials.
The Globe-Trotter Spitfire Special Edition is sure to turn heads as you cruise through the airport or ferry or simply from destination to destination and is certainly a guaranteed conversation piece for luxury luggage connoisseurs and British history enthusiasts alike.
The Globe-Trotter Spitfire Special Edition sits on a more-than-justified price tag of £1,490.00, with Kensington Bespoke only allowing customers to buy one per order only, due to the piece’s exclusive and highly sought after nature.