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. Both 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 a carry handle on the top helps when lifting the suitcase in and out of overhead bins or the trunk of a taxi. Now with a pebbled texture that resists scratches and dings even better than smooth-sided hard luggage.
16 1/2"H x 12 1/4"W x 9"D. Dimensions including wheels and handle: 19.75" (H) x 12.50" (W) x 9.00" (D). Meets most airlines' size requirements for carry-on luggage. The lock is a combination lock. User uses their 3 combination to open/close lock. Key slot is for Customs (TSA). If Customs wants to check the content of a lock bag, they have the TSA key to open the lock bag without breaking the lock.
Comments about Kids' Polar Bear Hard-side Luggage:
This little suitcase is so cute I want one for myself. I gave it to my polar-bear-obsessed niece for her 12th birthday and she loved it. It is a good size, and looks like it will fit enough clothes and even some books for a multi-day visit to the grandparents. I like the pebbled finish on the outside of the bag -- looks like it might keep the lovely design from getting too scratched up. Of course polar bears are white which is unfortunate, as I suspect the bag will collect its share of scuffs and stains. However, it does look small enough to carry on which might save it from the worst of luggage-handler damage.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend