Deuter gave the Helion 60 Rolling Gear Bag stowable backpack straps, four large handles, and wheels to give world travelers plenty of options to get from the airport to the hotel. A large clam-shell zipper exposes the entire bag at once to make make loading and unloading easier. The main compartment features an internal divider, so you can organize your clothes, shoes, and whatever else is floating around inside. Several smaller mesh pockets keep the little things from getting lost as well, because no one wants to search for 20 minutes to find a charging cord. When it comes time to get moving, just extend the top handle and roll the Deuter Helion 60 Rolling Gear Bag to your next destination. Rounded corners keep you from getting snagged on every chair and railing you pass, and the rigid bottom lets you stop and stash your bag upright whenever you need to stop and grab a snack or check the departure board. TSA lock-compatible zippers ensure that no one's sneaking into your bag when you back is turned.
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