Eagle Creek Traverse Pro 19 Carry On - 2250cu in
Wheel your Eagle Creek Traverse Pro 19 Carry-On to the gate. If any passengers give you a 'that will never fit in the overhead you dungball' look, just smile, zip the daypack off the main bag, and board the plane. Stash the main bag in the overhead, and keep the daypack under the seat in front of you for easy access to your books.
- Main bag has four-point protection (corner guards, skit plate, wheel housing, and front bumper protection) for durability over the long haul
- Main bag's dimensions will fit most overhead compartments, but it's best to double-check with your airline
- Daypack has a suspended compartment that fits most 17in laptops and a front organizer pocket for your keys, wallet, and tickets
- Daypack's tuck-away backpack straps are padded for comfort
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Can you open the main compartment without having to take off
Can you open the main compartment without having to take off the daypack?
March 23, 2012
By: Guy Geva
March 23, 2012
- 420D Helix-e Tela, 420D Helix-e Dual Ripstop, 900D Bi-Tech-e, 1200D Bi-Tech-e (recycled polyester with PU coating)
- (main) 37 L, (daypack) 21 L
- (main) 14 x 19 x 7.5 in, (daypack) 11 x 17 x 6 in
- (main) 1 interior mesh, (daypack) 1 front organizer
- Backpack Straps:
- yes, stowable
- (main) 6 lb 9 oz, (daypack) 1 lb 10 oz
- Recommended Use:
- Manufacturer Warranty: