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High Sierra AT7 Carry On Wheeled Backpack

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High Sierra At7 Carry On Wheeled Backpack

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  • $151.19
  • Regular price $ 253.99



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It's three bags in one! This High Sierra AT 7 Carry On Wheeled Backpack is lightweight and multi-functional. Use the bag as a wheeled suitcase, a backpack, or detach the removable daypack and use it as your carry on with matching daypack personal bag.

Material: 1200 Denier Duraweave Duralite fabric | Metallic mini-weave

Size:22" x 14" x 8" (main body of case without removable daypack attached) | 19" x 12" x 5" (removable daypack)

Linear: 44"

Capacity: 3,068 cu. in.

Weight: 7.92 lbs.

Carry On: Yes

Expandable: No

Warranty: 5 Year Limited Warranty

Product Features:

  • It's three bags in one! Use it as a wheeled bag, backpack or as a day pack.
  • Special built-in, high-density foam structure helps maintain the bag's shape while minimizing weight.
  • Padded backpack straps stow behind the main compartment's zippered back panel.
  • Main compartment has a book-style opening and interior clothing hold-down straps.
  • Removable front day pack with zippered accessory pocket and side water bottle pocket.
  • Add-A-Bag system on the back panel allows the bag to slip over the handle of a wheeled upright.
  • Quick-Clip buckle at the top of the removable day pack allows quick attachment to the main bag.
  • Recessed, telescoping handle with locking mechanism.
  • SURE-GRIP handles tuck down flat when not in use.
  • Size - Body Dimensions (without removable pack): 22" x 14" x 8". Removable Daypack Dimensions: 19" x 12" x 5".
  • Capacity: 3068 cubic inches
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  • Brand: High Sierra
  • Weight:1.0lb
  • Sku:26595
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