Patagonia Black Hole 70L Wheeled Duffel

Patagonia Black Hole 70L Wheeled Duffel
Patagonia Black Hole 70L Wheeled Duffel
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Black Hole 70L Wheeled Duffel by Patagonia
You prefer your salmon filleted, but not your luggage, which is where the Patagonia Black Hole 70L Wheeled Duffel Bag comes into play. This midsized gear hauler is one heck of a Big Bertha with its burly and abrasion-resistant 900D polyester ripstop construction, and the TPU laminate and DWR treatment fend off the gregarious rain storm or accidental spill onto a wet tarmac. Its U-shaped zipper opening features two mesh pockets beneath it for easy organization, and the internal compression straps allow you to keep your goodies secure. An external zippered pocket is best suited for your passport or boarding pass. Meanwhile, the sturdy frame sheet safeguards the bag from all sorts of mayhem that it's bound to experience, and the oversized wheels assure a smooth ride whether you're ambling over cobblestone streets or through the airport terminal.

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SKU: PAT01PG
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