DAKINE Split Roller 110L Gear Bag

DAKINE Split Roller 110L Gear Bag
DAKINE Split Roller 110L Gear Bag
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Split Roller 110L Gear Bag by DAKINE
Whether you're road tripping the Powder Highway in Canada or jet-setting to Tahiti, the Dakine Split Roller Large 110L Gear Bag eagerly accommodates everything you need for extended vacations and gear-heavy missions. This generously sized bag hosts 110 liters (that's 6712 cubic inches for ya) of space that's sectioned off within its split-level design, allowing you to efficiently organize clothes and bulkier items into separate compartments. Exterior pockets stash must-have items and the zippered closure ensures your items remain secure. Not to mention, these pockets also allow for easy access when you're shuffling through an airport or digging through your vehicle's trunk. In addition, the retractable handle and urethane wheels make for smooth rolling across airport terminals and bumpy streets.

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SKU: DAK00WS
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