Eagle Creek Load Warrior 36L International Carry-On Bag

Eagle Creek Load Warrior 36L International Carry-On Bag
$229.00
Load Warrior 36L International Carry-On Bag by Eagle Creek
Price subject to change | SKU: EAG003C

Eagle Creek Load Warrior 36L International Carry-On Bag

The Eagle Creek Load Warrior 20 Wheeled Duffel Bag is a time-tested traveler that's been upgraded for 2016 with Ex-Skeleton technology to make it even tougher and lighter than before. From Paris to Patagonia, this adventure-ready duffel is ready to take on romantic getaways and remote escapes with equal prowess. Seamless Exo-Skeleton construction and abrasion- and water-resistant fabrics protect the bag's contents when you're bushwacking through jungles, walking through rain-soaked city streets, or dealing with aggressive baggage handlers. This technology also keeps weight to a minimum so you don't feel overburdened. The expandable main compartment adds an additional 15% of space when you stuff this bag to its limit, and the front and top accessory pockets stash must-have items within quick reach. Meanwhile, external and internal compression straps cinch everything down so you can still try to stuff it in the overhead bin. Heavy-duty wheels with rugged treads plow through muddy trails and cobblestone streets to help you get to your hut or hotel with relative ease. The innovative Stowable Equipment Keeper hides away by the telescoping handle. To use this convenient feature, simply unzip the handle compartment and clip the end of the Equipment Keeper's bottle opener (crack a cold one while you're at it!) to a front gear loop. You now have a bungee-like cord that holds extra gear to the top of this bag. This bag also works with Eagle Creek's Pack-It-System for even more organizational efficiency.

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