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The North Face

30L Stratoline Travel Bag


Retail: R5,300

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Set out on a weekend break in style with the brand new Stratoliner suitcase in tow. Rugged yet sophisticated, this sturdy cabin-sized suitcase is engineered with iconic The North Face® durability and has plenty of room to keep everything organised when you're off on a city break. An easy-pack cube holds your shoes or dirty clothes, while a passport pocket in the top gives you instant access to your travel documents when you're at the airport.

Product Features
  • Extra-durable screen-print for added protection at wear points
  • Super tough Base Camp material for rugged protection with double layer polycarbonate with ABS backpanel to ensure maximum durability
  • Includes one simple-to-pack cube to store your shoes or dirty clothes and keep you neatly organised
  • Top-loading passport pocket for easy access
  • External, large front pocket provides added storage for shoes or dirty clothes
  • Extendable luggage handle with patented side-release buttons
  • Die-cut ID window
  • The North Face quality
Product Specifications
  • Style: 3G8G
  • Average weight: 3.27kg
  • Dimensions: 35 X 20 X 55 Cm (W X D X H)
  • Fabric: 900D Polyester With TPE Laminate, 1680D Polyester
  • Volume: 30 Litres

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