Tackle any terrain with ease. Recessed wheels and a telescoping handle let you glide through airports and train stations, while cushy straps make it a breeze to shoulder the load when your hostel is 1km away down cobblestone streets. Small enough to fit in most airplane overhead bins, the Rolling Continent Carry On Pack is a versatile piece for travellers who never want to check a bag. Although extensive field testing for durability, including tossing it down stairs and bouncing it around a baggage carousel, means you won't have to worry if you need to gate-check.
- Made of durable and water-resistant 600-denier polyester.
- Internal/external metal frame and light foam padding add structure, so it sits like a suitcase and protects your souvenirs.
- Zip-off panel covers the shoulder straps when you're in rolling mode and stows in a dedicated pocket when you're in backpack mode.
- Telescoping handle with a push button and recessed wheels make rolling easy.
- Padded, contoured shoulder straps make for comfortable carrying.
- Dimpled foam back panel allows air circulation.
- Large panel opening to the main compartment has a spill gate to allow overstuffing and locking zipper heads for added security.
- Two zippered front pockets keep your keys, passport and documents close at hand.
- Main compartment has a large mesh zippered pocket under the lid and 2 compression straps with buckles.
- Padded top and side handles make the bag easy to grab off baggage carousels or overhead bins.
|Main fabric||600-denier polyester|
|Secondary fabric||200-denier polyester|
The location of all access points into the main compartment of the pack.
Torso length is measured from the most prominent vertebrae at the back of your neck (top of shoulders) to the spot on your lower spine that lines up with the top of your hipbone.
|Ventilated back panel||Yes|
Adjustable shoulder harness
An adjustable harness lets you change the height of the shoulder straps to fit your specific back length.
Size restrictions vary among airlines. Just to be sure, check with your carrier for their specific restrictions.