Herschel Supply Trade Small 40L Rolling Gear Bag

Herschel Supply Trade Small 40L Rolling Gear Bag
Herschel Supply Trade Small 40L Rolling Gear Bag
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Trade Small 40L Rolling Gear Bag by Herschel Supply
When your concentration at work is fading more each day (along with your patience), it's time to get out of town for a little while. Pack your things into Herschel Supply's Trade Small Rolling Gear Bag and go walk through Pike Place Market in Seattle, or maybe dip your toes into the Atlantic Ocean in Miami, or try your luck on The Strip in Las Vegas. Wherever you're headed, the Trade is spacious enough to pack your weekend essentials and then some.An interior mesh pocket and adjustable garment straps help you to organize and stow everything safely while in flight. Plus, the three-stage locking trolley handle and multi-directional wheels are your best bet to get you from home to the heck out of town without any fumbling.

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SKU: HRS00G8
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