Dakine Carry On 36L Rolling Gear Bag

Priced: $99.96 - $124.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
Dakine Carry On 36L Rolling Gear Bag
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Stash a weekend's worth of essentials inside the DAKINE Carry On Roller and glide through the airport with ease. Two front organizer pockets hold your MP3 player, a magazine, and a few snacks for in-flight sustenance. You'll have no trouble making your connection thanks to smooth-rolling urethane wheels and retractable handle that makes it easy to keep your carry-on in tow.
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I love this bag. It opens up completely so it is really easy to pack. When i opened up the shipping box, it looked tiny, but once you get all your stuff into it, you find theres plenty of space. But only problem(have to agree with gra5896197) is that the wheels are a bit to grippy to drift around the airport...[solved problem buy just putting a couple pieces of scotch tape around them] :D

Jacob Johnson at Backcountry.com on 08/08/2013

Super casual bag! Wheels are good, handles solid... I fit steel toes shoes, a weeks worth of clothes and a tripod head and legs with a little work. Zippers are huge and solid... Fits in the overhead and it's easy to spot on the carasel... And it matches my cat ... so that's nice. I'd def buy it again and a bigger one to check...

Cj Capozzoli at Backcountry.com on 12/26/2010

You can fit a surprising amount of gear in here. It feels solid. Looks so good. The wheels and bearings are amazing too. Only down side is you can't drift it round the airport cus the wheels are grippy =D

gra5896197 at Backcountry.com on 03/11/2013

This thing is still working great. I have logged a lot of miles. No problem with the wheels or the handle extending/collapsing. I love it.

Dakota007 at Backcountry.com on 08/14/2013