G.H. Bass & Co. Westport 2-Piece Spinner Suitcase Set - 21”, 29”

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Overview

About G.H. Bass & Co. Westport 2-Piece Spinner Suitcase Set - 21”, 29”

Closeouts. When it comes to heading on your journey, keep it simple with the G.H. Bass & Co. Westport 2-piece spinner suitcase set. With a 21-inch carry-on and a 29-inch suitcase, you can fit everything you need in those two pieces. Plus, four sturdy wheels allow the bags to stand on their own and create optimal mobility.

Specs

Specs about G.H. Bass & Co. Westport 2-Piece Spinner Suitcase Set - 21”, 29”

  • Style: Suitcase
  • Features: Softside
  • Rolling: 4 Wheels
  • Carry options: Hand
  • Telescopic handle: Yes
  • Telescopic handle size (up to): 41.5"
  • Material: Polyester
  • 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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About G.H. Bass & Co.

The venerable G.H. Bass & Co. clothing and footwear company was founded by George Henry Bass in 1876, and this iconic brand has remained one of America’s most respected names ever since. In a day and age when relatively few companies have been around for more than a couple of decades -- let alone 140 years -- G.H. Bass & Co. is a shining example of what longstanding commitment to quality, unmatched comfort and classic style can accomplish. When it comes to G.H. Bass & Co. shoes and clothing, there is a clear respect for the American heritage combined with a talent for adapting to the needs of modern lifestyles. For those who refuse to compromise on the details or cut corners, this is one brand that always delivers the real deal.