Granite Gear Cross-Trek 32in Wheeled Duffel

Granite Gear Cross-Trek 32in Wheeled Duffel
Granite Gear Cross-Trek 32in Wheeled Duffel
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Cross-Trek 32in Wheeled Duffel by Granite Gear
Built for long or gear heavy adventure trips, the Granite Gear Cross-Trek 32in Wheeled Duffel looks like a standard suitcase, offers the convenience of a duffel bag, and quickly converts to a backpack for carrying versatility. It was designed with the adventure traveler in mind and is rugged enough to get you from the terminal to the trails. Constructed with a water-resistant face fabric and water-resistant zippers, your gear and necessities will stay dry when you get caught in inclement weather while its rugged wheels allow you to confidently roll from the airport to your adventure. Or, if you'd rather, un-tuck the stowed shoulder and waist straps for a backpack carry. The multiple pockets and internal organizers keep all your things in place and an expandable, drop-bottom compartment allows you to stock up on souvenirs before you head back home.

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