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Ogio Overhead 18 Wheeled Travel Bag

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The Ogio Overhead 18 Wheeled Travel Bag is an airline regulation carry on bag with a host of handy features that you will love when heading off on overnighters, business trips, and weekends away. 
The bag features a front electronics compartment with padded laptop sleeve, tablet sleeve and organiser panel so you'll be able to easily access your devices, even when it's in an overhead compartment. The main compartment has clothing compression panels and there is a zippered mesh shirt pocket and a zippered valuables pocket. The bag rolls on a rugged TPU wheelset and uses quality YKK zippers throughout. The back panel is reinforced and the extendable luggage handle is nice and burly so it won't fail you when you're trying to manhandle your way through busy airports.

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

Style: This is a two-wheeled carry on bag with an extendable handle.

Materials: Rugged TPU wheelset, quality YKK zippers, reinforced back panel skids.

Organiser pockets
  • Front electronics compartment with padded laptop sleeve (up to 15"), tablet sleeve and organiser panel
  • Main compartment with clothing compression panels
  • Zippered valuables pocket
  • Zippered mesh shirt pocket

Dimensions and Weight
  • 18" H x 13.5" W x 8.5" D
  • 3.5 kg's

Capacity: 34L

Stand out features: Quality zippers and burly handle can handle some abuse, plenty of organisation options.
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