Bonaventure Dark Grey
Rolling luggage in aluminum and carbon fiber, covered with maple wood and young bull leather, Alcantara® interior lining, equipped with retractable wheels and a patent-pending automatic deploying handle
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55 cm x 38 cm x 23 cm
Handmade in Canada
Outside: maple wood and young bull leather
Handles: aluminum and maple wood
Wheels: aluminum and polyurethane rubber
Interior straps: young bull leather
Global structure: aluminum and carbon fiber
This piece is exclusively made to order for you, engraved with a unique serial number and your name. It is handcrafted and requires 20 weeks to manufacture. For our return policy, read our Conditions.
Retractable wheels and top handle
Bonaventure is a state-of-the-art rolling suitcase. With just a push of a button, you reveal the two wheels and handle. This clever system ensures effortless and smooth maneuverability during your journey.
Automatic deploying handle
Designed and patented by Charles Simon, this handle maximizes the owner’s experience: simply press a button and enjoy a comfortable carry. It also ensures a sleek appearance when locked in.
Wooden boards crafted by a luthier
Wood is the Charles Simon trademark. Bonaventure is fashioned from rescued Canadian log-drive timber, rich with history and natural qualities. Each rays, knots and coloration make the luggage unique and exceptional.
Aluminum and carbon fiber structure
The case is the result of high-engineering, the same used in aeronautics, aerospace and racing cars. It is constructed from a special combination of aluminum and carbon fiber to ensure each piece is lightweight, sturdy and durable.
Charles Simon signature lines are named after Canadian rivers and lakes to celebrate water, nature and the beauty of Canada’s landscapes. The Bonaventure River, located in the Gaspe Peninsula of Quebec, is one of the most beautiful rivers in the region. The Bonaventure is noted for its beautiful, crystal clear water and the river’s world class salmon-fly fishing.