Transpack XT1 Print Boot Bag

Transpack XT1 Print Boot Bag -

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    Style: 3357

    The Transpack XT1 Print Boot Bag has the same great features of the solid XT1, but in a fun stand-out print. Carrying your gear is made really easy with Transpack's Isosceles Storage System™ Your boots fit in 2 pockets at either side, and the center pocket is reserved for holding clothing, goggles, helmets, and other gear. The Transpack XT1 keeps all of your gear separate so it all stays clean and dry, and with soft padded backpack straps it's easy to throw on your back and take off.

    • 600 denier polyester fabric is extra durable
    • Isosceles Storage System™ with separate pockets for each boot
    • Center pockets keeps helmet, goggles, clothing, etc. away from snowy boots
    • Water-resistant fabric keeps the contents dry
    • Tarpaulin bottom easily wipes clean
    • Zippered mesh side pockets for extra storage
    • Internal zippered pocket for important items
    • Neoprene padded backpack straps for easy carry
    • Volume: 2800 cubic inches / 46L

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    "what are the dimensions of this bag? will it pass as a carryon? "
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    Question by smiles129 on 3/2/2012 - 3:19 pm
    "The dimensions of this bag are 17 x 16 x 14 inches. Every airline has different requirements so check with them first."
    Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/2/2012 - 4:11 pm


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    The right bag!


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    Picked this up for my teen daughter so she can have her boots and helmet stashed away freeing up her hands for poles and skis. Everything fits well and the bad distributes the weight well for the walk from the car to the lodge.

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