Nearly 70 years ago during the golden age of travel, Thor Heyerdahl built a raft, lashed his provisions to it, and set out across the Pacific to prove South Americans could have settled Polynesia. He named the raft Kon-Tiki after the Incan sun god. Today, National Geographic Kontiki luggage lets you skip the lashing. This collection offers you the luxury of duffels, wheeled duffels, and rolling bags with a vintage leather-and-brass look that recalls those adventurous days. Plenty of compartments offer room for treasures, gear, and other necessities, while the fabric world map lining lets you pinpoint your next adventure. National Geographic Kontiki also features guards to keep the bags looking good throughout your travels and padded straps for comfort.