High Sierra AT3 Rolling Duffel Suitcase - 32”, Drop-Bottom
About High Sierra AT3 Rolling Duffel Suitcase - 32”, Drop-Bottom
Closeouts. Tough and rugged, roomy and versatile, High Sierra's AT3 rolling duffel bag is three bags in one. Use it as a wheeled upright, a duffel, or as a backpack to carry essentials on extended travel.
Specs about High Sierra AT3 Rolling Duffel Suitcase - 32”, Drop-Bottom
- Style: Duffel
- Capacity: 7400 cu.in. expands to 8360 cu.in.
- Rolling: Yes
- Carry options: Hand,Backpack
- Telescopic handle: Yes
- Telescopic handle size (up to): 41"
- Material: Duralite Tech-Weave and 900 denier Duralite nylon
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 17x32x15"
- Weight: 9 lb. 6 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 MKA from Houston TX on Monday, November 20, 2017Buyer Beware!!!!!!!!!! High Sierra does not honor their warranty or stand behind their luggage. I bought the High Sierra AT3 Rolling Duffel Suitcase - 32”, Drop-Bottom on April 2nd 2014 (today is November 20, 2017) and used it approximately 5 times. The end of the suitcase, where the case would stand up, began to fray and get holes. And here begins my tale of woe with contacting High Sierra for a warranty claim since the warranty is good for 5 years on the rolling duffel bags. Customer service gave me the name, address, and phone number for the luggage repair shop. I took the luggage, 75 miles round trip from my home, to the shop only to have them tell me that the holes where the material was frayed were not covered by warranty – they would fix the luggage for $60 since the warranty only covered loose screws, etc (manufacturer defects). I called customer service to advise them what their repair shop had told me and that I felt the material used was definitely a manufacturer defect since it was not reinforced. Customer service called repair shop and verified what I was telling them. After many conversations with their supervisor, the bottom line is they offered to pay $50 towards the repair cost of $60 but I would have to drive another 150 miles (75 to take it back and 75 to pick it up). At this point I asked them to just send me another suitcase since their cost would be less than the $50 + my expenses – they said no so I will not buy another High Sierra luggage! Yes, they eventually were willing to pay part of the cost of repair – but it was not easy. I would rather buy another bag from a different manufacturer!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by RyanE from Sonoma, CA on Tuesday, July 22, 2014I love the idea of being able to wheel, carry, and backpack this around. Previously when flying I've just used a giant "base camp/expedition style" duffle because even with the most heavy duty materials the bag is still about 5 lbs or more lighter than a comparable size wheeled hard suitcase and I'm always bringing a mix of clothing and gear of some sort and pushing my luggage weight allowance to the max. Now I've decided that it makes better sense to have a wheeled duffle with extra room in it to check and I pack my dense stuff in carry-on bag. Having a bigger duffle with extra room means I can then put the carry-on IN the duffle once I'm off my flight and movie around places at my destination and it doesn't matter that I'm bringing around an 80+lb bag.
A little worried about how this will hold-up with use even though it does have a 5-year warranty. The buckles are cheeper plastic and feel like they will crack and the same is possible with the frame/handle and handle on the bottom of the bag. I unzipped the cloth that covers the plastic frame-sheet and when I received it brand-new, the fabric was already pulling away from the rigid plastic panel where it was poorly glued. Looks like they either have the wrong type of glue, this was a quick-fix after preliminary assembly or it really should have been glued AND stitched, riveted, or snapped to the plastic. We shall see how it holds up on upcoming trip to NH rock climbing and doing lake stuff, and will update if it breaks.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Eric from Colorado on Friday, June 20, 2014Very nice suitcase/dufflebag. Versitile in that it can be wheeled, carried or used as a backpack.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by a mom from Wisconsin on Tuesday, April 22, 2014This is a great family travel bag. The top and bottom halves of the bag are nicely divided. It holds a ton!
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