Whether your next trip overseas is for business or pleasure, the Osprey Transporter 90L Rolling Gear Bag shrugs off bad weather and rough treatment, and it packs plenty of supplies. It owes its rugged construction to 840D nylon, which is double coated with TPU to shed rain if you're doing the pedestrian thing at your final destination, and the bottom doubles down on abrasion-resistant fabric with 1000D nylon. The aluminum chassis and injection-molded foot provide reliable framework with minimum weight. The Transporter makes getting from point A to point B that much simpler. Five padded tubular web grab handles make the pack easy to lift from any angle, so nabbing it off the baggage carousel is hassle-free, while an extendable handle and sealed-bearing wheels make it easy to pull around after that, whether it's through the airport or on cobbled streets. Once you're at the hotel, the side-opening main access is wide for fast packing and unpacking, and searching through your clothing, shoes, and gear. Multiple pockets keep small effects simple to find in not time at all, so you can get back out there and explore.
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