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High Sierra AT6 26" Wheeled Backpack With Removable Daypack

Item # 448886
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Key Features

  • Spacious main compartment with book-style opening

  • Interior clothing hold-down straps and mesh pocket

  • Removable daypack with padded backpack straps

  • Recessed, telescoping handle system

  • 4,150 cu. in. capacity; weighs 13.34 lbs.

Our Price   $189.99

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  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
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Product Description
high_sierra The AT6 26" Wheeled Backpack is literally three bags in one! Use it as a wheeled upright, zip off the daypack, or use the backpack straps on stairs or rough terrain. The spacious main compartment has a book-style opening, interior clothing hold-down straps, and a large mesh pocket. Padded backpack straps stow behind the main compartment's zippered, padded back panel. Built-in, high-density foam structure helps maintain the bag's shape while minimizing weight.

• Removable front daypack with padded backpack straps, deluxe organizer, zippered accessory pocket, MP3 player headphone port, and a back strap to allow pack to slip over the extended handle of main bag.
• QUICK-CLIP buckle at the top of the removable day pack allows quick attachment to the main bag.
• Tow strap for attaching an extra bag.
• Custom ID holder hides away in a back pocket.
• Recessed, telescoping handle system with locking mechanism.
• Inline skate-style wheels in protective, corner-mounted housings with a unique integrated bridge that keep the bag rolling true.
• Kick plate between the wheel housings protects the bag from abrasion.
• SURE-GRIP handles tuck down flat when not in use.
• Reflective piping for added safety.

• 4,150 cu. in. capacity
• Weighs 13.34 lbs.
• Dimensions: 26" H x 15.5" L x 8" W

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