Granite Gear Cross-Trek 26in Wheeled Duffel

Granite Gear Cross-Trek 26in Wheeled Duffel
Granite Gear Cross-Trek 26in Wheeled Duffel
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Cross-Trek 26in Wheeled Duffel by Granite Gear
The Granite Gear Cross-Trek 26in Wheeled Duffel resembles a standard suitcase, offers the convenience of a duffel bag, and can quickly convert to a backpack for carrying efficiency. Built with the adventure traveler in mind, the Cross-Trek is designed to take you from the terminal to the trails. Its water-resistant construction keeps your gear and necessities dry when you get caught in inclement weather and the rugged wheels allow you to confidently roll right from the train station to your adventure. Or, if you'd rather, un-tuck the stowed shoulder and hip straps and carry the pack like a backpack. The multiple pockets and internal organizers keep everything in place and an expandable, drop-bottom compartment allows you to stock up on souvenirs before your flight home.

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