Disney tablet cases & sleeves
Whether you're out and about having adventures or safely tucked up at home, these Disney and Star Wars favourites are now always on hand to help protect your tablet from any unexpected bumps. Kids and grownups alike will love Samsonite’s amazing Airglow cases and Tabzone sleeves, all beautifully decorated with eye-catching Disney or Star Wars artwork and extra special details.
Intrepid fans can get up and go with one of our handy PVC-free Airglow tablet cases, which come complete with easy to carry handles. Or grab one of our PVC-free Tabzone tablet sleeves, cleverly designed with easy camera lens access, plus hands free viewing from a variety of angles.
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Ergonomic backpacks for kids
Disney, Marvel and Star Wars
Disney by Samsonite has taken kids’ backpacks to the next level of comfort and coolness! Help take the weight off their shoulders and backs with these amazing ergonomic Disney, Marvel and Star Wars backpacks. These lightweight, water-resistant children’s bags are the perfect way to carry around heavy books, alongside all the other stuff that kids need for their day.
✔ Optimal protection for back and shoulders
✔ Straps and back panel can be adjusted as the child grows
✔ Lightweight and water-resistant
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At Samsonite we know that the journey can be just as exciting as the final destination, so why not let your children get involved and pack a suitcase of their own.
Designed and manufactured to Samsonite’s legendary standards, our range of childrens’ luggage is perfect for kids on the move.
We have a bag or suitcase to suit every junior globetrotter, starring everyone's favourite Disney, Marvel and Star Wars characters: Frozen, Disney Princesses, Mickey, Minnie and Disney.Pixar Cars, as well as Spider-Man, the Avengers and Darth Vader.
Our kids’ collections include small upright suitcases, perfect for an overnight stay with grandparents, along with matching school bags, gym bags, purses and children’s rucksacks. So why not let the kids get involved and do their own packing?