Db Big Bastard 90L Rolling Gear Bag - 5492cu in

Db Big Bastard 90L Rolling Gear Bag - 5492cu in
Db Big Bastard 90L Rolling Gear Bag - 5492cu in
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Big Bastard 90L Rolling Gear Bag - 5492cu in by Db
Forget squishing, squeezing, and smooshing all of your valuables into multiple bags that only amount to more hassle as you try to make your way from your house, to the ever-expanding long-term parking lot, and finally to the line at baggage check-in. Db's The Big Bastard 90L Rolling Gear Bag is your pack-all, carry-nothing luggage for convenient and comfortable travel.Right from the start, the Big Bastard is easy to pack. The zippered front panel reveals an enormous main compartment with stand-up walls that won't collapse as you organize a week's worth or more of clothes and supplies. Large chunky wheels and a hideaway handle alleviate the pain of lugging a heavy bag over your shoulder, while the sturdy luggage stand (which also doubles as a handle when you're loading and unloading into the car) makes waiting in line for the parking shuttle a breeze. And most importantly, the rugged polyester outer fabric with protective ABS ribs keeps your valuables safe as your bag is tossed from the conveyor belt to the airplane's cargo space and back to your final destination.

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