There's definitely something to be said for handsome, old school luggage. But for those that travel on the regular, that kind of luggage is a drag—it's heavy, it's inefficient or it needs to be checked. Business travel today calls for a certain pragmatic ingenuity. Enter LAT56, a new kind of luggage for the modern wayfarer. A nearly indestructible carry-on that condenses suits and supplies into a compact, organized and lightweight pack that's easy to carry and stash. I easily packed three days' worth of clothes, some toiletries and an iPad into the Red-Eye model and stuffed it under a rather cramped economy class seat for last-minute cross-country flight. The complete lack of wrinkles upon arrival was enough for me to consider buying the thing. I just wish they made bags for longer trips.