Closeouts. What separates this High Sierra rolling duffel bag from the pack is its ingenious use of space -- and lots of it. This 30" duffel bag features straps for last-minute lash-ons and generous, end-pocket-accessible stuff sacks for laundry.
Reviewed by JdJ from Wichita, KS on Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Ordered two bags on a special offer from STP to replace bags purchased from Kohls 15 years ago and used heavily. Packed both new bags under a normal load for vacation. After air travel to our first destination, one bag had split a seam by the wheel carriage. After air travel to our final destination, the other bag had split a seam in the same area on the handle side of the bag. Had to wrap both bags in airline plastic bags just to get them home without losing the contents. We love STP but can't say the same about High Sierra.
Reviewed by CW from Eastern Oregon on Sunday, August 5, 2012
We got this bag on sale for $37 or so and wasnt sure what to expect out of it. We planed on using it for car road trips and other such activities. We've already taken it on three trips, and no problems. I'm not sure how great it'd be to fly with, but for sticking in the back of the Subaru it's worked out great. The 30 was much bigger than we were expecting too. Lots of storage
Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
Pros: Big, Easy to Transport, Large Capacity, Lightweight, Price