Stop wasting your precious energy while traveling and give your arms a rest with the smooth-gliding power of the Gregory Quadro 30in Roller Bag. Storing an entire week's worth of vacation gear neatly inside, this rolling bag glides along quietly at your side when you're sprinting to your gate and maneuvers on a dime through crowded city sidewalks and packed terminals. Gregory's proprietary Quadro spherical wheel system sets the standard in multi-directional rolling, helping you head from home to hotel without any hiccups. The reinforced, lightweight composite construction offers the ideal blend of weight savings and reliable gear protection, while the water-resistant and abrasion-resistant textiles ensure that this bag sticks around for years to come. For those more active travelers, the ActiveShield compartment expands from zero to fifty percent of the overall bag capacity to provide vapor-, dirt-, and odor-resistant protection and separation of your running shoes and gym shorts from your business casual button-ups and slacks. The lightweight, high-strength retractable locking handle features a TPR-coated comfort grip for easy handling, and the dual internal compression straps lock down and stabilize the load.
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