Big Agnes Stagecoach 125L Rolling Duffel Bag

Big Agnes Stagecoach 125L Rolling Duffel Bag
Big Agnes Stagecoach 125L Rolling Duffel Bag
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Stagecoach 125L Rolling Duffel Bag by Big Agnes
The rugged, durable, and extra-large Big Agnes Stagecoach 125L Rolling Duffel Bag safely transports your essentials for extended travel or gear heavy missions. Its waterproof construction and abrasion-resistant fabric withstand both storms and the rigors of travel. A durable aluminum frame has an extending lockable handle so you can easily roll the large duffel to and from the airport. When you can't roll, padded shoulder straps transform the duffel into a backpack for convenience. As an added bonus, a small 16L Two Timer pack is included for use as a day pack for hikes or quick trips to the market. You can also use it to help keep your clothes organized during your travels.

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SKU: BAG00GL
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