Gregory Quadro Hardcase 90L Rolling Gear Bag

Gregory Quadro Hardcase 90L Rolling Gear Bag
Gregory Quadro Hardcase 90L Rolling Gear Bag
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Quadro Hardcase 90L Rolling Gear Bag by Gregory
The Gregory Quadro Hardcase 90L Rolling Gear Bag protects your gear and business attire when you head off on work trips or vacations. An internal ActiveShield compartment stores and separates your dirty or wet gear from your casual or business attire so you don't have extra laundry at your next destination. Its high-impact polycarbonate construction keeps the contents unfazed for plane changes during your layovers while the Quadro spherical wheel system makes it easy to move to and from the airport. Keep everything packed neatly in place while your bag gets thrown around with the zippered compression panels and dual compression straps. Lockable zipper sliders ensures your things stay in the bag when you head far off the beaten path whether you're on a business trip or casual vacation.

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