DAKINE Split Roller EQ 100L Rolling Gear Bag

DAKINE Split Roller EQ 100L Rolling Gear Bag
DAKINE Split Roller EQ 100L Rolling Gear Bag
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Split Roller EQ 100L Rolling Gear Bag by DAKINE
When you need an extended vacation, count on the Dakine Split Roller EQ 100L Rolling Gear Bag to whisk everything you need for the next couple weeks to far off destinations. Whether you're going on a whirlwind two-week tour of Europe or surfing on a low-key beach in Costa Rica for a month, this bag provides the storage space and organization you need. Its split-level design features two separate, zippered compartments to keep your clothes and other travel essentials neatly organized. A front accessory pocket allows easy access to magazines, toiletries, or whatever else you might want to find in a hurry. And with reinforced urethane wheels and a retractable handle, it's easy to haul all your gear over rocky trails and rough city streets.

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SKU: DAK012O
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