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Ogio Departure 21 Wheeled Travel Bag

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The Ogio Departure 21 Wheeled Travel Bag is an airline regulation carry on bag that will be your best friend on overnighters, business trips, and weekends away. With four wheels the bag can either be dragged in the traditional way but it can also be sat on all four wheels for shuffling up to the check-in desk and through customs etc. There are plenty of zippered pockets, a compressible main compartment and transport grab handles to make it easy to move around. Perhaps best of all, it has a polycarbonate/ABS shell so it should survive the baggage handlers and their fits of rage if you do end up having to check it in.

Who's this item for: Travellers looking for a compact carry on/overnight bag with plenty of organisation options.

Style: This is a four-wheeled hybrid carry on bag.

Materials: Polycarbonate/ABS shell, quality YKK zippers

Organiser pockets
  • External zippered pocket for easy access when stowed in an overhead bin.
  • Main compartment with clothing compression panels.
  • Zippered valuables pocket.
  • Zippered divider pocket with low profile zippered mesh pocket.

Dimensions and Weight
  • 21.75" H x 14" W x 9" D
  • 3.2 kg's

Stand out features: Airline regulation carry on bag, quality zippers and robust shell can handle some abuse, four-wheels and versatile movement options make this a wheely good bag for short trips away.
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