DAKINE Limited Split Roller EQ 75L Bag

DAKINE Limited Split Roller EQ 75L Bag
DAKINE Limited Split Roller EQ 75L Bag
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Limited Split Roller EQ 75L Bag by DAKINE
The Dakine Limited Split Roller EQ 75L Bag is designed to take your belongings across the world and back for a lifetime of adventures and experiences. Made from a durable polyester fabric, this rolling bag handles the rough and tough of airline travel and beyond, while reinforced polyurethane wheels roll smoothly across airports and city streets when you reach your destination. Internal dividers and a split-level design keeps your gear organized, while a quick-access external pocket keeps essential items convenient. Pair with a Dakine ski or snowboard bag to create a single rolling system that makes your ski adventures that much easier.

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SKU: DAK01QJ
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