National Geographic explorers need luggage that withstands constant traveling and far-flung expeditions. Our new, exclusive luggage features some of the most durable, innovative, and lightweight materials available.
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17''W x 26''H x 9 1/2''D
High-denier, abrasion-resistant nylon exterior resists wear and tear trip after trip.
EVA-molded-foam interior adds extra space and provides protection for electronic gear and souvenirs.
Yellow accents allow for quick grab-and-go at baggage claim.
Features large, roomy front-zip pockets and luggage tags.
Three interior zip wet pockets let you snorkel in the morning and travel in the afternoon; throw damp gear in the water-resistant pockets and still keep everything else dry.
Shock-absorbing dual wheels offer streamlined, quiet, and comfortable maneuverability over carpets and cobblestones.
Comments about National Geographic Weeklong Luggage:
I use this bag as transport and storage for my dive gear. The main compartment is large enough for most dive gear, and the inner-pockets let me keep my gear organized. It is easy to transport on and off boats, and the wheels make it easy to maneuver. The inner pockets are water proof, which is great after a day of diving. I throw my smaller items in the pockets and store any dry gear in the main compartment. Larger wet items I leave in a separate mesh bag, but when they are dry, I put everything back into the NG luggage bag for storage. The interior of the main compartment is padded, which makes it ideal for checking my dive gear when I need to fly. All in all, this is a great larger travel bag.
From National Geographic:Amy Gusick is an underwater archaeologist based in Santa Barbara, California. She received a 2010 NGS/Waitt Grant to look for evidence of the New World's earliest inhabitants in the Sea of Cortez. Her review was provided as part of our NG Explorers' Testing Program, where National Geographic Explorers try out products in the field and share their feedback.