Thule Revolve 30in Rolling Gear Bag

Thule Revolve 30in Rolling Gear Bag
Thule Revolve 30in Rolling Gear Bag
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Revolve 30in Rolling Gear Bag by Thule
Travel like you mean it with the Thule Revolve 30in Rolling Gear Bag. Impact-resistant and a breeze to navigate, this a revelation for serious travelers who take to the sky more often than not. Constructed from virgin polycarbonate, this robust luggage is lightweight, stylish, and ready to protect all your gear from the rough and tumble ways of air travel. Internal corner protectors, a rigid frame, and reinforcing front panel add even more protection, while the adjustable internal compression system keeps everything locked firmly in place. Smooth-rolling wheels glide over rough terrain easily on your way from doorstep to destination, as well as offer 360-degrees of free-moving mobility to help you turn on a dime, while the integrated feet let the bag rest on its side without tipping when you stop moving.

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SKU: THU007W
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