The North Face Base Camp Snow Roller

The North Face Base Camp Snow Roller
The North Face Base Camp Snow Roller
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Base Camp Snow Roller by The North Face
The North Face's Base Camp Snow Roller hauls your skis, and other ski essentials when you take that dream ski trip abroad. The 900D polyester is treated with a TPE PVC coating to withstand the bumps and bruises that can happen to luggage during extended periods of travel. The whopping 173L volume stores two pairs of skis or a snowboard and a zippered internal mesh pocket separates essentials from the rest of the contents inside. Exterior compression straps allows for adjusting the bag to accommodate all sizes of planks, effectively securing precious cargo. Roller bag style wheels give you an easier time hauling the bag when it's full, so you can easily maneuver through crowds of locals as you rush from the airport to catch the bus that will drop you off at the mountainside chalet.

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