Eagle Creek Expanse 135L Wheeled Duffel Bag

Eagle Creek Expanse 135L Wheeled Duffel Bag
Eagle Creek Expanse 135L Wheeled Duffel Bag
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Expanse 135L Wheeled Duffel Bag by Eagle Creek
When you've got a big itinerary or are traveling for extended periods of time, load your essentials into the Eagle Creek Expanse 135L Wheeled Duffel Bag and hit the road. Built to withstand the rigors of travel, the Expanse features abrasion resistant materials and lockable, self-repairing zippers to ensure you can take many lengthy trips. Internal and external compression straps keep all of your essentials locked down and secure as you fly and internal organization pockets help to keep your things easily accessible on-the-go. Treaded wheels in a heavy-duty wheel house with bumper protection allow you to roll the bag easily across varying terrain while reflective accents add visibility in low light conditions for added safety while you travel and see the world.

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SKU: EAG007W
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