Db Big Bastard 90L EVA Roller Bag

Db Big Bastard 90L EVA Roller Bag
Db Big Bastard 90L EVA Roller Bag
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Big Bastard 90L EVA Roller Bag by Db
Avoid a tired shoulders, a sore back, and full arms next time you hit the airport by loading up the Big Bastard 90 L bag. The spacious bag can handle everything you need for a long trip while simultaneously easing your navigation of big crowds and keeping you organized.

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SKU: DBC000U
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