Eagle Creek ORV Trunk 36in Rolling Gear Bag

Eagle Creek ORV Trunk 36in Rolling Gear Bag
$419.00
ORV Trunk 36in Rolling Gear Bag by Eagle Creek
Price subject to change | SKU: EAG003Z

Eagle Creek ORV Trunk 36in Rolling Gear Bag

Eagle Creek built its ORV Trunk 36 Rolling Gear Bag to stand up to years of rough travel and to organize all your gear on long adventures. Made with Bi-Tech Armor and Helix Ballistic fabrics, this bag handles getting thrown around at the airport and in and out of taxis and buses. The ORV includes a central lock point that secures everything in your main compartment with a single lock. Multiple external lash points secure extra gear or strap down to the top of your car. If it falls off in the middle of the night, the safety reflective accents will help you find your bag on the side of the road. The designers at Eagle Creek really did their research when it comes to organizing your gear. Its fully taped wet/dry compartment separates your dirty, damp clothes and gear from your clean clothes. The oversized front panel opening makes it easy to pack the main compartment, and the stowable equipment keeper holds cumbersome objects on the top of the bag in order to give you more room inside it. The detachable cargo net can go inside the main compartment and compress everything down, or you can clip it outside the bag to hold stinky clothes you don't want mingling with your freshies. Its lockable quick-stash pocket is perfect for items you need quick access to, and it has a mesh pocket to organize your keys and lip balm. The ORV even includes an additional front face pocket for any other item you may want access to like a book or light. Eagle Creek even included instructions to suggest the best way to utilize the bag's space.

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