I figured I’d add this to the short list of bag tags. The Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics Store has all kinds of luggage tags, and they are very cool.
BinHog brings us luggage wraps to identify your terminal bag. Personally, I think the website is outdated and it feels very old lady-like (embroidery is just out), but the bag tags are priced right, and most importantly effective when you’re standing at the carousel. I’m thinking they should just add some plain solid colours as opposed to corny clipart, then I’d be more interested.
Very cool luggage tags from UncommonGoods.com. I’m always interested in how people mark their luggage for it’s journey on the carousel. Because if you don’t have something to identify your black square luggage, then you become that old man who has to stop every black square bag on the carousel to see if it’s his. Don’t be that guy…come up with a creative way like this.