The North Face Rolling Thunder 30in Rolling Gear Bag

The North Face Rolling Thunder 30in Rolling Gear Bag
The North Face Rolling Thunder 30in Rolling Gear Bag
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Rolling Thunder 30in Rolling Gear Bag by The North Face
The North Face built its Rolling Thunder 30in Gear Bag tough so you can travel with it for a long, long time. Bomber Base Camp materials work with the plastic bumpers in order to keep wear-and-tear to a minimum while you're navigating cobblestone streets or catching a flight in a teeny jungle airport. The zippered external compartment stores dirty clothes and shoes so your clean clothes don't get ruined and the zippered external pockets are perfect for items you might need at a moment's notice like your passport or phone charger. The internal mesh pockets split the main compartment for better organization, and the sherpa strap connects to backpacks and duffel bags for extra convenience.

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SKU: TNF041L
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