Tatonka Foldable Duffle Bag 65 Litre Navy/Black

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Foldable travel bag made of structured, PFC-free material. With stowable backpack shoulder straps. Bag is stowable in the lid compartment when not needed. 65 liters volume.

Foldable travel bag with 65 liter volume. Made of structured fabric, with PFC-free treatment.

An attractive look, PFC-free treatment and a clever stowage option characterize the travel bag Duffle Bag 65. With a volume of 65 liters, it is perfectly suited for one-week trips.

Stowable backpack shoulder straps & a large opening into the main compartment

Thanks to the integrated backpack shoulder straps, which are stowed in an extra pocket, the Duffle Bag 65 can also be carried comfortably on the back.

The bag can be opened wide and thus be packed in no time. Compression straps secure the baggage. In the main compartment there are two flat mesh pockets for smaller utensils that should be quickly at hand. The bag also features a lid compartment.

If you don’t need it, you can stow the travel bag in the lid compartment.

The Duffle Bag is also available with a volume of 45 liters.

Features:

• Stow-away shoulder straps
• Main compartment with compression straps
• Compression straps for securing contents in the main compartment
• Three handles
• Lockable zipper slider
• Large zipper opening in the main compartment
• Side zipper pocket
• Mesh pocket with zip inside
• Minimal packing size
• The entire bag can be stowed in the lid compartment

Specifications:

• Measurements: 65 x 32 x 32 cm
• Packing size: 35 x 30 x 15 cm
• Volume: 65 l
• Weight: 1000 g
• Fabric 1: T-Travel Tex Melange
• Fabric 2: 420 HD Nylon

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Please call our shop for more information on +64 3 379-8888 in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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