DAKINE Ranger 90L Duffel

DAKINE Ranger 90L Duffel
DAKINE Ranger 90L Duffel
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Ranger 90L Duffel by DAKINE
Jet-set across the Pacific for exotic landscapes with the Dakine Ranger 90L Duffel Bag carrying all of your gear. This 90-liter duffel eagerly swallows all of your clothing, outerwear, daily necessities, and travel souvenirs within its roomy main compartment, complete with a mesh top-lid pocket for partitioning dirty clothes. Plus, its large, U-shaped zippered opening promotes easy packing and retrieval of clothing and everyday items. The zippered end pocket sports an internal fleece-lined organizer that's ideal for keeping your wallet, shades, keys, and miscellaneous extras. It also boasts removable, padded backpack straps for easy-carrying convenience when you're walking across busy airports. And when you're finished traveling, it easily packs into the end pocket for low-bulk storage.

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SKU: DAKZ7DS
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