The 26″ Expandable Wheeled Duffel ($149.99) from the ATGO Collection has become my favorite traveling bag. It is small enough to take on short trips and weekend getaways, but big enough to pack everything you need. I’m going to take it with me when I go to my brother’s wedding in August. I’ve already packed it with what I’m going to wear when I make that trip. Everything fits so nicely in it, and it is also the most organized luggage I’ve ever seen! The 26″ Expandable Wheeled Duffel has so much versatility. You can use it as a wheeled upright, a duffel or as a backpack. I love the 26″ Expandable Wheeled Duffel so much that I’m even considering on purchasing a second one for my son.
The most notable features include molded foot allows duffel to stand upright and also acts as a handle for easy lifting, high-density foam structure helps maintain the bag’s shape while minimizing weight; large main compartment, with front-load access, expands 2.5″ for additional packing capacity; drop-bottom compartment, with hold-down straps, is perfect for shoes or bulky gear; zippered divider panel, between upper and lower compartments, can be rolled up and secured to create one large compartment; divider panel between top pocket and middle pocket has a zippered mesh pocket; hidden padded backpack straps are stored behind the zippered padded bottom panel; recessed, telescoping aircraft aluminum handle system with locking mechanism; inline skate-style wheels, in protective corner mounted housings with unique integrated bridges that keep the bag rolling true; kick plate between the wheel housings protects the bag from abrasion; and SURE-GRIP handles tuck down flat when not in use; and reflective piping for added safety.
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