The Miata is all about freedom. The wind in your hair, the melodious exhaust note, the frequent desire to just jump in, fire it up, and go. But if there's one common complaint which comes from the more practical-minded - its about the lack of storage space. This can interfere with your freedom since you have to spend your time planning instead of just going. Most standard sized luggage just won't fit into the Miata's minuscule trunk. And when you do manage to fit a piece in, it breaks up the space in such a way that just about nothing else will fit without lots of improvisation.
While there's one alternative which is to just forget about luggage altogether and stuff your clothes and personal items directly into the trunk - this could get a bit embarrassing when you pull up to the Fairmont Hotel on Nob Hill and the bellman, after admiring your shiny roadster, reaches into your trunk and pulls out your "unmentionables" for the world to see. Definitely unacceptable for the reasonably well-heeled. Then there's my friend Lester, whose wife actually ships her luggage to their destination and ships the dirty laundry home via Federal Express. Not exactly my idea of convenience.
The answer to this dilemma is a set of Butterfly Luggage. This seven piece set was custom designed for the Miata trunk by Miata Enthusiast P.J. Morris of Arlington, Texas. Early in her Miata-owning experience, P.J. recognized the need to optimize the use of the little nooks and crannies in the Miata's "rear glove box". She proceeded to design seven travel bags - each one carefully planned to fit into a specific place. (It comes with photos so you know where everything goes!)
All bags are well constructed of a heavy nylon. They come in red and blue in addition to black. The Butterfly set is the best travel accessory you can buy for your Miata. No more struggling to figure out what will fit and what won't. Essentially, if it fits in the luggage, it'll fit in the trunk!
|Suggested Retail Price|
|7 Piece Fitted Luggage Set
Available in Black, Blue, or Red
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