Tourbach 2.0 Expandable 27" Wheeled Upright Suitcase

Victorinox Luggage
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Tourbach 2.0 Expandable 27" Wheeled Upright Suitcase

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Tourbach 2.0 expandable 27" wheeled upright check in suitcase.

  • 41" (104 cm) aircraft-grade aluminum dual-trolley handle system with extra-soft Geluxe Comfort Grip.
  • Two 80mm inline skate wheels with ABEC1 rated ball bearings.
  • Expands 2½" (5 cm) for extra capacity.
  • Removable full suiter with foam bolsters holds two suits and several shirts or dresses.
  • Gusseted front pocket is sized to fit most 15.4" (39 cm) laptops.
  • Extra-deep front pocket.
  • Main compartment with lockable zipper sliders features a removable zippered mesh pocket, a removable laundry bag, a large, pleated zippered pocket and compression straps with mesh side panels.
  • Integrated handle on foot and additional haul handles.
  • Integrated slide-out ID tray in the handle bezel.
  • Travel Sentry Approved luggage lock.
  • Approximate measurements: width: 22", height: 28", depth: 13½" (expands to 16").

Material: 1260 Ballistic Nylon

Brand: Victorinox Luggage

Origin: Imported

Since 1884, Victorinox has supplied the Swiss Army with everything from high-performance clothing made to withstand the roughest environmental conditions to its iconic, multipurpose knives. But did you know that Victorinox also produces a line of durable, classic luggage? The brand combines cutting-edge technology and smart design to create carry-on bags, suitcases, duffel bags, and other pieces that take the hassle out of jetsetting. Like its knives, men’s and women’s apparel, backpacks, and water-resistant watches, Victorinox's luggage emphasizes style and practicality in equal measure: water-resistant fabrics and comfortable handles are the norm. The Swiss Army doesn't trust just anyone with their apparel and gear. Why should you?