Skyway remind me a lot of TravelPro because they produce quality luggage at affordable prices.
Their range of soft and hardcase luggage can hold it's own against a lot of the more expensive brands like Delsey and Samsonite. They have the same features, great materials, zippers and wheels. Which is perhaps not surprising when you find out they are owned by Ricardo Beverly Hills based in the USA.
They are also well known for making seriously light luggage. And the cases last for years, despite the fact that you have not paid a fortune for a suitcase.
In this review I want to show you some of the best options you have with Skyway and why they are a good buy.
There are also a couple of downsides, so I will be sure to highlight those as we go.
In the end you will be able to decide whether a Skyway case is for you or not.
Skyway make some seriously light luggage and the Mirage is their flagship range when it comes to that.
Here are the quick specs on the 3 sizes you can buy with the Mirage:
As you can see from the weights, they are extremely light cases.
If you compare the 20 inch with the Maxlite 4 from Travelpro (which is also super-light) that case is 5 lbs, 14 oz. So, the Skyway is even lighter!
These cases are light, but also have all the standard softcase features you would expect
The Nimbus series is hard case luggage that opens clam shell style for packing in two convenient halves. Made from strong ABS material, it is a little heavier than the Mirages above, but has a stronger protective exterior.
As you can see from the weights, they are quite light pieces of luggage, although if you want to go insanely light, you can look no further than the Samsonite Firelite and Cosmolite series.
The Samsonites are more expensive of course, so the Nimbus is a great compromise!
The hard cases work a little differently as everything needs to be on the inside, however you still get quite a few nice features:
Roger is a little obsessed with travel. He has been to over 40 countries, broken 3 suitcases and owned over 10 backpacks in 12 months. What he doesn't know about travel, ain't worth knowing!