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28-inch Polar Bear Hard-side Luggage

28-inch Polar Bear Hard-side Luggage


Price: $159.95

Item# :2002401

Qty: Available, ready to ship.

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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. Now with a pebbled texture that resists scratches and dings even better than smooth-sided hard luggage.

Also includes a TSA combination lock. Use your three-number combination to keep your luggage secure. If the TSA or customs authority needs to open the bag, they can use a special key to access the lock without breaking it.

28"H x 21"W x 12"D. Dimensions including wheels and handle: 30 3/4"H x 19 3/4"W x 13"D.


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This luggage was a hit in Svalbard, Norway

By Mia

from Denver, CO

Verified Reviewer


  • Large Roomy Beautiful


  • A tad flimsy

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    Comments about 28-inch Polar Bear Hard-side Luggage:

    I bought this luggage specifically for my trip to Svalbard, Norwary and it was a hit. Everyone in Norway from hotels in Oslo to Svalbard remarked on it and they appreciated the photo of the polar bears because you see, they revere and protect the polar bears in Norway; especially in Svalbard. They realize Polar bears are endangered, less than 10,000 of these magnificant animals are in the wild.

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