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High Sierra AT659-644 AT659 32-Inch Expandable Wheeled Duffel with Backpack Straps (Cactus/Shadow/Black)

5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • Special built-in, high-density foam structure helps maintain the bag?s shape while minimizing weight. Molded foot allows duffel to stand upright and also acts as a handle for easy lifting
  • Large main compartment, with front-load access, expands 2.5in/6.4cm for additional packing capacity
  • Divider panel between top pocket and middle pocket has a zippered mesh pocket. Hidden padded backpack straps are stored behind the zippered padded bottom panel
  • Recessed, telescoping aircraft aluminum handle system with locking mechanism
  • Materials: 1680 Denier Duraweave, Metallic Mini-Weave, 900 Denier Duralite AT659 Size: 32 x 15 x 15 in / 81 x 38 x 38 cm (expands to 17.5 in / 44.5cm) Capacity: 7980 cubic inches / 131 litres (expanded)
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High Sierra AT7 Wheeled Duffle
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Technical Details
Item Weight4.5 Kg
Product Dimensions38.1 x 38.1 x 81.3 cm
Item model numberAT659-644
Number of Items1
Brand NameHigh Sierra
Additional Information
Customer Reviews 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
Best Sellers Rank #44,558 in Luggage & Bags (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.5 Kg
Date First AvailableMay 2 2012
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Special built-in, high-density foam structure helps maintain the bag’s shape while minimizing weight. Molded foot allows duffel to stand upright and also acts as a handle for easy lifting.Drop-bottom compartment, with hold-down straps, is perfect for shoes or bulky gear. Zippered divider panel, between upper and lower compartments, can be rolled up and secured to create one large compartment. Inline skate-style wheels, in protective corner-mounted housings with a unique integrated bridge that keep the bag rolling true. Kick plate between the wheel housings protects the bag from abrasion. SURE-GRIP handles tuck down flat when not in use. Reflective piping for added safety.

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Color: Graystone/Shadow/Black Verified Purchase
My 21 year old son loved it. Only one luggage piece required for all your needs, and the backpack idea is great for hands free travel.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3ad6984) out of 5 stars Fantastic Bag March 6 2012
By Randy - Published on
Color: Graystone/Shadow/Black Verified Purchase
This is by far the best piece of luggage I've ever purchased. I'm an avid cyclist and photographer and with this bag I was able to reduce my baggage from 4 to 2 bags for a 2 week cycling vacation. I also brought my bike so I was able to carry this suitcase like a backpack while handling my bike and other traditional suitcase. While on my back, it was very balanced, and easy to put on and take off. When I didn't have my bike with me and needed to move about, the wheels on this Duffel made life very easy (Large and sturdy and roll over minor obstacles easily). The backpack is very sturdy, and it's expandable. This is the best luggage purchase I've ever made. Traveling is great when you have this Duffel with you.
39 of 44 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3ad6bd0) out of 5 stars High sierra quality is going down. April 26 2012
By Zelda - Published on
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I have had several High Sierra bags and have been very happy with them. Tow of my older bags work just as well now as they did when I bought them, years ago. They have seen daily use in our household. We have two children who have a lot of medical problems and they have "luggage" that travels with them carrying their essential medical equipment with the.
I ordered this for my own personal use. My husband and I take the occasional short trip and we thought this would be just the right size for us to take. I liked the partition for clothes. I packed his items and shoes in the bottom compartment and my lighter weight shirts and socks in the top section. Even the light weight stuff was too much weight for the partition. It started to rip at the seam almost immediately. What a disappointment. The case does not hold it's shape well either. There are plastic sheets rivet into the lining to keep it's shape but they bend easily and don't g back into place.
I was pretty disappointed in the case and returned it when we got home from the trip.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3ad6e10) out of 5 stars Too heavy Dec 16 2012
By Allison Wonderland - Published on
I love the idea of this bag and I have it in the 22 inch as well, which works pretty well as a carryon (often is too large for upper compartment nowadays, but if you pack items in front pouch in a bag before putting them in the pouch, you can pull out bag and fit both in upper compartment with no trouble). The 32 inch one, though, starts out empty at 15 pounds, only leaving room for 35 pounds of stuff! Unless you are packing a bunch of down coats and helium balloons, there is almost no way to make use of the large amount of space without going over the airline weight limit. This bag is now relegated to my parents' basement and pulled out only when I move apartments. It's too large for most car travel (would fill up the better part of a trunk) and too heavy for air travel. I do LOVE the concept, however, and I'm pretty darn fond of my 22 inch one. There needs to be a 28 inch one with the weight cut in half. I guess it will exist only in my dreams.
18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3ad6d98) out of 5 stars Abused it for 6 months in India/Nepal Jan. 5 2013
By Jon_Poland - Published on
Note: I own an older version of this bag so my experience may be different from yours. When I set the intention in June of 2010 to go on pilgrimage to India/Nepal, this was the first thing I bought. It took another 18 months to actually go on the trip. This bag mostly survived. There were four "failures":

The wheels began to seize up by the end (the biggest issue).
The compartment divider began to tear.
The duffel strap handle's Velcro became largely useless (as you might expect) so the straps just flopped around (annoying).
The zipper pull for the backpack tore off. I could still use my fingernails to open and close, but switching between backpack and roller is something you tend to want to do quickly/easily. I used the backpack feature less because of that.
The top handle was close to failing. That would have been a disaster if it had happened.

Not too bad given all the plane/train/subway/bus/taxi/walking and over-filling. If I were to improve the bag, I would do the following:

Ditch the duffel straps. No one's going to carry this giant thing as a duffel and the straps just became a nuisance. The only reason to have the straps is for porters to carry it as a backpack...but it IS a backpack!
The expandable feature is pointless. Never used it. Bag's already too big. I suffered overweight fees on a couple occasions. The limitations of a 28" bag would have kept me out of trouble (just buy another bag for all the stuff you purchase).
Design better wheels. This may be unfair to expect given the terrible abuse the wheels took.
Stronger zipper pull for backpack feature.

If you plan to live out of a bag for 6 months traveling developing countries, you could do a lot worse than this one...but you could also do better. I'm considering going back for another extended trip and I'm looking at a Briggs & Riley Expedition 28. Much more expensive, but lighter and extremely well-designed/built with a lifetime warranty.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2e9d15c) out of 5 stars Best suitcase ever June 29 2012
By Jessa - Published on
It has SO many pockets and seems to be ever-expanding. I'm one of those girls who over packs and this withstands a ton! It's been through airports many times and looks just as new. The contoured design is amazing for efficient packing. This duffel beats a regular suitcase by tons!

Edited: After about a dozen times of using this suitcase, the rubber came off of one of the wheels. Not very nice but I still have to give this bag a lot of credit because I stuffed it to the Max many times and thought the zipper would bust open before a wheel but it never did. Also, the rubber wheels can leave skid marks if you drag them across a floor, so be careful with fancy wood floors!

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