Eagle Creek Expanse 100L Wheeled Duffel Bag

Eagle Creek Expanse 100L Wheeled Duffel Bag
Eagle Creek Expanse 100L Wheeled Duffel Bag
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Expanse 100L Wheeled Duffel Bag by Eagle Creek
When you need to pack everything plus the kitchen sink, you can kick your vacation into high gear with the Expanse 100L Wheeled Duffel Bag. This rugged rolling suitcase is extra-large, with a duffel-sized capacity that's ready for long trips and a scuff-proof construction that's resistant to abrasion in high wear areas. Multiple grab handles located at the top, side, and bottoms makes handling stress-free at baggage claim, while the treaded wheels mean you can easily pull the suitcase down cobbled streets as you search for your hotel. Once you're at the room, the main compartment opens book-style, giving you a clear presentation of your outfits for the week, with multiple pockets that help you organize your shoes, toiletries, and other supplies.

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