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Member Products:National Geographic Explorer 20-inch Polar Bear Luggage

National Geographic Explorer 20-inch Polar Bear Luggage

$119.95

Price: $119.95

Item#:2001516

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Durable, maneuverable, and eye-catching, our hard-side Explorer luggage is a travel-savvy way to show your love of National Geographic. It's full of features that frequent travelers will appreciate. For starters, you'll be able to spot the full-color graphics in an instant whether it's sliding down the baggage claim chute at LAX or strapped to the roof of a bus in Bangalore.


A zippered pocket on the inside lid and interior tie-down straps help you stay organized and efficiently packed. All four wheels have 360° rotation so it's easy to maneuver through crowded airline terminals and other tight spaces. The push-button, retractable handle slides smoothly. And carry handles on the top and side help when lifting the suitcase in and out of overhead bins or the trunk of a taxi.


20"H x 18"W x 10 1/2"D. Meets most airlines' size requirements for carry-on luggage.


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National Geographic Explorer 20-inch Polar Bear Hardside Luggage
 
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4.0

Handling experience

By Joyce

from toronto Canada

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Lift Into Overhea
  • It Was Easy To Navigate
  • Luggage Piece Was Light
  • Nice to look at

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Short trips

    Comments about National Geographic Explorer 20-inch Polar Bear Hardside Luggage:

    overall I found the item easy to travel with. Positive comments from people passing by. good value for unit versatility. Nice to know I was also supporting the environmental values of National Geographic. Wheels rotated well, structure was sturdy.

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