High Sierra Grip Carry-On Suitcase - Rolling
About High Sierra Grip Carry-On Suitcase - Rolling
Closeouts. Grab High Sierra's Grip carry-on suitcase and you'll have a firm hold on all of the surprises that come with travel. The versatile carry-on allows you to be flexible while on the go, with hide-away backpack straps for no-hands carry, smooth-rolling wheels for easy airport navigation and a spacious drop-bottom, two-compartment interior.
Specs about High Sierra Grip Carry-On Suitcase - Rolling
- Style: Carry-on
- Capacity: 3050 cu.in. expands to 3289 cu.in.
- Rolling: Yes
- Carry options: Hand,Backpack
- Telescopic handle: Yes
- Telescopic handle size (up to): 41-1/2"
- Material: Duraweave, Metallic Mini-Weave
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 22x13x11.5"
- Weight: 8 lb. 14 oz.
- Made in China
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- Must ship ground within the 48 contiguous US only; not eligible for special shipping offers
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Travel lite from Salt Lake City on Tuesday, September 3, 2013Nice bag, bought the big one and this one. I ended up returning this one because it was not quite as large as I wanted and did not really accommodate business travel as it has no fold out for suits, dress pants etc. I will be getting a standard roller bag for work trips.
Reviewed by Anonymous from NY, NY on Monday, September 2, 2013I have the gray 26" bag, and I thought I'd add this to have a small set. Slight difference between the bags. No 3 red stars on the carry-on and a slightly different decal. Barely noticeable though.
Reviewed by Wilder Farm Inn from Waitsfield VT on Thursday, August 29, 2013We haven't used the luggage yet but are planning a trip to Kenya and this seems lie a very versatile piece. It looks to be very well made with lots of carrying options.
Reviewed by mainer from maine on Wednesday, August 28, 2013This luggage is advertised as a carry-on, but the size is likely to be too big for the small plans I normally fly on. Otherwise, it seems well made with several compartments.
Reviewed by OldNuzDawg from Kentucky on Tuesday, June 4, 2013Some years ago, I opted for High Sierra luggage in a large duffel to use since I was going to be spending a month in India and didn't want several heavy suitcases. It did the job perfectly. I could not have been happier. I had one minor issue on my return to the U.S. in that the handle jammed in the "up" position but that was dealt with efficiently.
But that bag was too much bag for weeklong vacations in Florida or to visit my kids in far-flung cities across the US, so I went down a size but got the same bag. Guess what? I'm even happier with this choice as it has been practical, easy to use and has had NO issues of any kind.
So, as I was looking for a bag to replace the 20-year-old carry-on that was beginning to show its age (much like its owner), I went straight to High Sierra. I found the Grip Suitcase in blue, matching my other two pieces, and even found it "on sale". As a matter of fact, I looked at it and decided to sleep on it overnight and the price went down even more.
So, I have three pieces of luggage I purchased from High Sierra and a back-pack that completes the ensemble and I could not be happier. As my bride and I make our way through a happy retirement with a lot of travel plans, I'm delighted I have a range of choices when it comes to packing for the trip and whatever I choose, I know it will be reliable.
Question & Answer
“Aren't the wheels a problem if the suitcase is carried as a backpack. Won't the wheels hit on your back?”
The case has a lumbar pad that folds down and covers the wheels.