What Size Louis Vuitton Keepall Should I Get?

Louis Vuitton, originally a company producing only luggage, today is the trendsetter in the world of leather accessories. Every fashionista dreams of buying fashionable Louis Vuitton bags, and having such a valuable item in your closet allows you to feel involved in the history of the most stylish French corporation. All of their bags are in incredible demand, and today we will pay attention to a particularly popular model that was there almost from the very beginning – Louis Vuitton Keepall. But we will not simply review the bag but also reply to the most popular and tricky question – what size Louis Vuitton Keepall should I get?

When Was Louis Vuitton Keepall Introduced?

The Keepall bag was created back in the 30s of the last century, winning the love of customers for many decades to come.

Then it was known as Globe-Trotter and Tien-Tout which in French means “hold all”. It was Gaston Vuitton’s answer to the shifting travel habits of people at the time. As a result, it became an instant hit and got iconic straight away.  

First, it was made from cotton canvas and could be folded, and then in the 1960s it got the form we are used to – made from Monogram canvas.

Solid, elegant and very comfortable – this travel bag from Louis Vuitton is an excellent companion for a trip of any length and distance. Convenient for travelling – it allows you to be stylish in any situation. This is one of the oldest LV bags, a timeless classic, buying Keepall you buy history.

Louis Vuitton Keepall Main Features

 

The main advantages of Louis Vuitton Keepall are durable high-quality leather, cotton textile lining, a double zip closure with a padlock, thick strong double handles, and a unique recognizable shape – the bag is extremely convenient and versatile.

LV Keepall has been released in almost every Louis Vuitton material – classic Monogram canvas, Damier Azur, Damier Ebene, Macassar, Epi leather, etc. Here you can learn Everything about Louis Vuitton Prints and Patterns and Popular Limited Edition Collaborations (With Photo Examples) 

Louis Vuitton Keepall With or Without the Strap?

When Keepall was first introduced in 1930 as a luggage bag, and it did not have a strap. Then Louis Vuitton began to produce Keepall Bandouliere – in other words Keepall with a removable strap. Today, if you go to the official Louis Vuitton website you can see that almost all versions and sizes of Keepall that are for sale feature a strap. The time has changed – now it is not only a bag for long-distance travel, but also an overnight bag, some small versions of Keepall replace a backpack or people use it as a sports bag for the gym.

 Louis Vuitton Keepall Sizes and Prices

Louis Vuitton Keepall exists in four sizes – 45, 50, 55, and 60.

As we have already mentioned above, the official website of the French fashion house currently has only one Keepall without a strap, and it is Keepall 55 (and it is the cheapest), all other sizes are Bandouliere versions. You can find Louis Vuitton Keepall sizes and prices in the table below.

 


What Size Keepall Is Carry-On?

Here goes the answer to the most popular question: what size Keepall can you take with you on a plane?

The Keepall 45 and 50 are definitely carry-on sizes. Most of LV fans that they have travelled with their Keepalls 55 all over with several airlines and have never had a problem. So the Keepall 55 can be considered the biggest carry-on, though it is always better to check the airline requirements before travelling with it.

If you choose the Keepall 55, I would advise you to get the Bandouliere version. The one without the strap can just get so heavy and frustrating to carry around.

Moreover, keep in mind that Keepall 55 gets pretty heavy when packed, so most lovers of the brand suggest going for the Keepall 45.

What Fits In a Keepall?  

The most popular Keepall model – 45 can become a true companion of a fashionista for every day.

You can take your bag with you on board the plane, so as not to wait for your luggage at the conveyor belt. It closes with a zipper and has a long shoulder strap. It is a good option to pack all your essentials for a weekend getaway or an overnight jaunt.

Inside, there is a spacious compartment and a zipped compartment for small items.

It is convenient to go shopping and to the gym with it. Due to the comfortable shoulder strap, the bag does not hurt the shoulders, and the convenient size will allow you to remain fashionable and stylish. 

The Keepall 50 model easily fits a stock of clothing and all the necessary things for a trip for several days.

The spacious Keepall bag models 55 – 60 make it easy to go on a trip for a week taking outfits for every day.

How To Store and Pack a Keepall?

 

Any Keepall bag is quite large, it is more often used for travelling, rather than in everyday life. So how to store the bag until your next journey so that it does not lose its shape?

Before putting the bag back in its storage place, empty it completely and clean it if necessary. The Keepall can only be cleaned with wet wipes, no acetone-containing agents or other chemicals.

It is better not to fold or wrinkle the long strap of the bag, otherwise it will take a lot of time and effort to straighten the creases.

The bag should not come into contact with anything that can scratch it (with hardware of other bags, for example).

The bag should not be stored in a plastic bag, leather needs air. Also, do not expose it to a radiator, high humidity, or the light: leather becomes dull.

Store an empty (or paper-filled) clean bag in a dark, dry place, preferably without deforming it in a dust bag that is provided with the item at the time of purchase.

The best option is to put your Keepall the top shelf in the closet. Here you can find more useful tips on how to store your designer bags.

Conclusion

 We hope now by now you know what size Keepall should you get. Do you have a Keepall? Which size do you travel with? Share in comments!

If you are thinking of purchasing a pre-loved Keepall, make sure it is 100% authentic. 

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