(TRAVEL) Zero Halliburton from the moon and back, now in the Philippines
You know that I love traveling. More than the leisure vacation, I always have this occasional business trip from work where it requires two to three weeks worth of outfits. That’s why I trust some of the luggage brand here in the Philippines. Recently, a Zero Halliburton, the only luggage to travel to the moon and back, finally lands in S Maison at Conrad Manila.
I think this brand really fits my preference in terms of built in smart features and design. With its launch in the Philippines, Zero Halliburton introduces the iconic aluminum briefcase that stored rock and soil samples from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Apollo 11 lunar mission back in 1969. The luggage brand also unveils its lightweight aluminum and polycarbonate luggage and, soon, the Greenwich Collection—Zero Halliburton’s lightweight cordura nylon luggage with built-in smart features such as moisture wick material and padded design.
My last travel was very memorable because Royal Jordanian broke my thou-shall-not-be-branded luggage. I filed a claim for the replacement but to no avail. I think this brand will bring light to my ongoing concern, durability. In recent years, the premium luggage has extended its line to wheeled business bags, pilot cases, backpacks, and duffel bags. New materials and designs give traction to Zero Halliburton’s reach in the global tarmac.
Well-known names have been seen carrying the premium luggage, especially in the posh Madison Avenue where its flagship store stands. One notable patron is Brazilian football superstar Ronaldinho of FC Barcelona who has recently signed up as the brand’s endorser and consistently seen taking Zero Halliburton cases around.
Seeing how incredible the prototype was, friends of Halliburton convinced him to make it commercially available. Its first buyers came from the big names of California and Europe. Zero Halliburton cases formally became part of history when no less than Apollo 11 astronauts Edwin Eugene “Buzz” Aldrin, Michael Collins, and Neil Armstrong took it to the moon and back.
Look at how they changed the landscape of internal design. If you’ve seen old attache cases, you will only have few pockets there. But this is revolutionary.
Soon after, the legendary luggage found its way to Japan, Asia, and eventually to other countries across the globe. Over the years, its seamless cast, durable built, and superior protection has won over travelers, from business professionals and executives to stylish and high-flying wanderers.
The Zero Halliburton Luggage Collection with Mr. Hiroaki Morishita and host Janeena Chan
Take a piece of history when you travel. Survey the exquisite selection from this legendary brand by visiting Zero Halliburton boutique in S Maison at Conrad Manila located at Seaside Boulevard corner Coral Way Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City.