Gear Warrior AWD 29in Rolling Gear Bag by Eagle Creek
Daintily packing a few t-shirts and changes of underwear into your weekend bag is one thing, but it won't cut it for a month-long expedition around South American. Eagle Creek's Gear Warrior AWD 29 Rolling Gear Bag, on the other hand, will hold just about enough stuff to keep you well provisioned on a trip to colonize Mars. Its 6,265 cubic inches of space will hold just about anything you can think of--your baseball card collection, 12 months of dirty laundry, little cousins--and the oversized Dynamic Spin Wheels rotate to let you pull the Gear Warrior over everything from smooth airport floors to long gravel paths. Eagle Creek makes the retractable handle from lightweight but rugged anodized aluminum for reliable pulling, and also decked the Gear Warrior out with numerous grab handles that help you toss it onto truck beds, lug it into boats, or stow it away in the limited cargo areas of small planes. The bag's finished with numerous straps and lash points to attach more gear and cinch down your load, and storage options include a large top pocket for dirty gear and internal organizers to keep your t-shirts separate from your new seashell collection.
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