Thule Subterra 28in Rolling Gear Bag

Thule Subterra 28in Rolling Gear Bag
Thule Subterra 28in Rolling Gear Bag
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Subterra 28in Rolling Gear Bag by Thule
Aggressive baggage handlers and extreme travel destinations don't stand a chance against the Thule Subterra 28in Rolling Gear Bag. This spacious, yet sleek rolling duffel offers smart organization, effortless transport, and rugged resilience to help it handle any journey. It's built with a molded polycarbonate back panel and abrasion- and water-resistant fabric to help it withstand abuse and last for many journeys to come. Oversized wheels roll smoothly over everything from rugged dirt roads to ancient cobblestone streets, and the V-Tubing telescoping handle makes it easy to tote around. Two separate main compartments keep clean and dirty clothes separate and help you stay organized. Top, bottom, and side handles make it easier to load into cars and haul down from buses, and a piggyback attachment strap secures a smaller bag to the top for more manageability when moving through busy airports and crowded streets.

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SKU: THU004N
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