High Sierra Grip Expandable Wheeled Duffel Bag with Backpack Straps- 32”
About High Sierra Grip Expandable Wheeled Duffel Bag with Backpack Straps- 32”
Closeouts. A low weight and large capacity make High Sierra's Grip expandable wheeled duffel bag an unstoppable force of versatility. Multiple ways to carry (including hideaway backpack straps), an expandable lower compartment and dual-level main compartment make packing and traveling a breeze.
Specs about High Sierra Grip Expandable Wheeled Duffel Bag with Backpack Straps- 32”
- Style: Duffel
- Capacity: 7980 cu.in. expands to 8400 cu.in.
- Rolling: Yes
- Carry options: Backpack,Hand
- Telescopic handle: Yes
- Telescopic handle size (up to): 41-1/2"
- Material: Duraweave, Metallic Mini-Weave
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 32x15x17-1/2"
- Weight: 12 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 1Janne from New England on Wednesday, October 16, 2013Other than that though, the luggage is exactly what I expected and wanted. I'll be packing light hiking and backpacking clothing and gear and now don't need to worry about how to fit the petrowool in...keeping an eye to weight being packed so it doesn't go over the fifty pounds. The remainder gets carried on in a soft sided duffel which will get place in this large bag on the destination end. I use luggage straps (good ones) to help the zippers task along which works well and will extend the life of this duffel. Not everyone will want or need a bag this size but I can recommend this one to you if you do.
Reviewed by AJ from Minnesota on Monday, September 16, 2013My wife and I bought a pair of these for our recent trip to Europe. The suitcase is as large as regulations allow, but isn't too heavy, allowing you to load it up fully and stay at the weight limit. The narrow width makes it easy to pull through barriers at escalators in airports and train stations in Europe. Three different zones for separating items , plus the two zippered top pouches, made organizing easy. No complaints carting two of these through multiple train stations and airports in Italy and France. This bag is a great value on closeout!
Reviewed by Terry from Florida on Tuesday, August 20, 2013Bought this to replace my "traditional" suitcase. It weighs less, hold more, and is much easier to wheel around the airport. Plus, my clothes were less wrinkled as they were stored in various compartments and didn't shift as much. Good size for me as I often carry more than clothes when I travel: yoga mat, food, books, etc.
Reviewed by Cheryl from Maryland on Saturday, July 20, 2013When I saw the box this bag arrived in, I didn't think it could possibly be my new HIgh Sierra bag - it was so big! When I unpacked it, my assistant laughed, saying she could fit inside it. Once you get over how big it is (cannot be carried onboard), its many features start to grow on you. You could move to another country with this bag, but if you wanted to go camping someplace you had to fly to, it could easily store your tent, sleeping bag and other gear with plenty of room left for clothes, shoes and books. Its light weight is impressive given its large size. Good purchase.
Reviewed by Dave from Midwest on Friday, July 19, 2013Then teen traveler daughter spotted it and it's gone on a pre-college summer tour. Sierra had a spectacular deal on this. Enough volume to pack for an extended trip. Convenient features. I don't think the backpack harness straps will see much use, but it's an interesting carry option. Appears to be durable, but having my daughter field test it this summer should test it thoroughly
Question & Answer
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“How does this bag balance or stand-up when loaded? My previous large duffle fell over when loaded and wobbles when rolled.”
There should be no problem with this bag standing alone or rolling.
“would this hold a tent, sleeping bag and gear easily?”
With an expanded capacity of 8400 cu. in. it should hold that fairly easily.
“do you know what the denier count is - trying to assess the quality of the bag - ”
according to Am@zon:
Material: Duralite Tech, 900-denier Duralite, 1200 x 1800-denier Duralite
Overall measurement: 32 by 15.5 by 15.75 inches
Capacity: 7812 cubic inches
“What is the model number or upc for this bag?”
It is TG191.