Deuter Helion 80L Rolling Gear Bag

Deuter Helion 80L Rolling Gear Bag
Deuter Helion 80L Rolling Gear Bag
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Helion 80L Rolling Gear Bag by Deuter
Sometimes wheels just aren't enough to get you from place to place, which is why Deuter gave the Helion 80 Rolling Gear Bag a stowable suspension system for times when concrete under your feet becomes a distant memory. We're not talking two thin shoulder straps either. This Deuter bag comes with two well-padded straps and a large waist belt to help you carry all the weight from a loaded-to-the-hilt 4882 cubic inch bag. When you finally do get back to civilization, stow the straps under the back flap, extend the main handle, and roll your load along. Three additional handles help you get this bag in and out of your car, or off the top of a Peruvian Colectivo. And when things do fall to the ground, or get thrown around by a baggage handler, you'll be happy that this bag comes with super-burly lockable zippers and four big buckles to back them up.

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SKU: DTR2669
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