High Sierra Wheeled Duffel (2 sizes)
Price: $59.99 - 69.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, May 29 to Monday, Jun 01) + transit
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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
5/13/2015 - $79.99 - 89.99 (Woot-off)
5/12/2015 - $79.99 - 89.99 (Woot-off) - Click To See Discussion (1 comments)
4/7/2015 - $79.99 - 89.99 - Click To See Discussion (10 comments)
Two questions: #1 - Is there a large opening on the top that allows easy (drop in) access to the main compartment while upright without unzipping the sides? #2 - Are the wheels easily replaceable?
I have 3 of these, they are outstanding. Take a beating and easy to pull, plus they hold a ton.
Is the smaller bag small enough to be a carry-on for planes?
No, it’s 26" X 15.4" x 14 and domestic carry-on is 22" x 14 x 9 on average. This link has size by airline. That being said, I travel for business some and even on United (who is supposedly cracking down) and international flights where it’s smaller people still drag on larger bags.
High Sierra’s a great brand. I’ve got a few of their bags, including a ski bag and a ski boot bag. Very happy with all of them.
One thing I’d like to know is why pictures #3 and #7 (showing the bags from the backpack-strap side) purport to show the two different-size bags, but are in fact scaled versions of the exact same photo?
You may not be able to see the captions if you’re on mobile or using our app- they are different sizes, they just do look similar from the back.
Edit: was also told that the sale is just off, we’ll add a person for scale going forward.
As far as I can tell, they are the exact same image. The wrinkles on the bags and the highlights on the fabrics are all in the same spots. I can’t see any detail that demonstrates that these two photos are of different physical artifacts. (And I’m not on mobile right now, which is how I could see the captions and knew they were supposed to be different.)
The people who invented the overhead-bin and the carryon+1 rule should all be chopped up, stuffed into these bags, and gate-checked.