Eagle Creek Expanse Drop Bottom 32in Wheeled Duffel Bag

Eagle Creek Expanse Drop Bottom 32in Wheeled Duffel Bag
Eagle Creek Expanse Drop Bottom 32in Wheeled Duffel Bag
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Expanse Drop Bottom 32in Wheeled Duffel Bag by Eagle Creek
The Eagle Creek Expanse Drop Bottom 32in Wheeled Duffel Bag is designed to withstand the rigors of extended travel. Its 129L of packing capacity make it the largest in the Eagle Creek Expanse collection and is ideal for your multi-day, gear heavy trips. Its unique design allows you to load everything into the main compartment, or utilized the internal divider that splits the interior into two for aid in organization. The ultra-durable face fabric enables you to confidently take the duffel on all of your rugged adventures while the heavy-duty wheels allow for convenient rolling to your destination.

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SKU: EAG008A
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