Expandable 25-Inch Suitcase

Victorinox
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Expandable 25-Inch Suitcase

$560
$219 Gilt
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Return Policy: This item is final sale and non-returnable.
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Expandable 25-Inch Suitcase:

  • Lightweight and spacious, this expandable wheeled upright is great for longer stays
  • One-touch, dual-trolley aluminum handle system recesses into bag when not in use
  • Sturdy rear corner guards and TPE kick plate provide protection to areas most prone to damage
  • Adjustable exterior compression straps stabilize heavy loads
  • Exterior top zipper pocket ideal for tickets
  • Vertical zipper front pocket for quick access items
  • Large U-shaped interior zipper door pocket
  • Internal mesh zipper pocket
  • Zippered hanging pocket
  • Tie-down straps
  • Expands 2 inches for additional packing capacity
  • Removable Attach-a-Bag strap secures an additional bag to the front of the upright and holds up to 30 pounds
  • Lockable Racquet Coil zippers
  • Travel Sentry Approved luggage lock
  • Slide-in ID window
  • Measures 18 inches in length by 8¼ inches in width by 25 inches in height

Material: 1200D Polyester Main Body 600D Polyester with VAC Coating Accent Fabric

Care: Spot clean

Brand: Victorinox

Origin: Imported

Since 1884, Victorinox has supplied the Swiss Army with everything from multipurpose knives to high-performance, high-tech clothing made to withstand the roughest environmental conditions. Constructed from cutting-edge, tough-as-nails materials, Victorinox's durable, classic men’s and women’s apparel, backpacks, luggage, and water-resistant watches are beloved by avid outdoorspeople as well as fashion lovers and international jetsetters. The company's classic Swiss Army knife serves as the inspiration behind its full line of high-quality kitchen knives, favorites among professional chefs and everyday cooks alike. The Swiss Army doesn't trust just anyone with their apparel and equipment. Why should you?