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- Extended trips with gobs of gear are a breeze with the Dry Red No 11 bag from Crumpler®.
- Six storage zones to accommodate clothing, toiletries and souvenirs.
- Water-resistant nylon construction with reinforced stitching at stress points has been torture-tested to ensure durability.
- Telescoping pull handle with neoprene grip extends to half or full height or hides away at the touch of a button.
- Oversize grab-and-go pull handle with neoprene padding for comfort and easy identification.
- Zippered front pocket with two compartment organizer and key loop.
- Dual zippered main cargo space features zippered mesh pocket at flap reverse, two zippered mesh sidewall pockets, a foldaway shoe bag to keep dirty soles away from fresh clothes and an eye mask with carry bag.
- Compression straps keep clothes in place.
- Expanding gusset increases storage space when unzipped.
- Four-on-the-floor 360º rotating wheels are injection-molded polyurethane with housings designed to prevent jamming from stones or other debris.
- Height: 27 in
- Weight: 7 lbs
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With a $20 flea market sewing machine and a pattern drawn on a piece of wood in pen affectionately called “Mr. Pattern,” Crumpler bags was born. Soon after, bike couriers came across his bags and began using them for their deliveries as well as offering feedback on what did and didn’t work for them. With the feedback from the couriers and Crumpler’s growing popularity, soon the bags were made from stronger and water-resistant materials with occasional mismatched colors, making it hard to ignore from passersby. It was this update that helped Crumpler grow in popularity and soon have a following.
These days the Crumpler line has significantly expanded beyond cycling (with a case of beer) to include professional camera bags, laptop computer bags, netbook and iPad® sleeves, backpacks, messengers, and even luggage. Despite the evolution in style and use that Crumpler bags have undergone, the simple principles behind ‘Mr. Pattern’ have remained the same—simplicity, a willingness to experiment, a big dose of humor, and a determination to make the best bag they can scissor from a single piece of fabric.
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Crumpler Dry Red No 11
I love this bag! It's so massive on the inside and can easily fit a month's worth of clothing in it plus shopping for a holiday away. In particular I like the way it nimbly manoeuvres through the endless annoying crowds in airports across the USA. Even when it is jammed packed and weighing like a million pounds it still just glides around! The only thing I don't like is the handle is a bit short for me as I'm tall but other than that it's great!
I'd also recommend: rimowa
- Michael E - customer
- from Australia
- May 24, 2013
I travel a lot and I usually have to replace my luggage every 2-3 years. This time I was looking for light weight luggage that would last longer. At the airport, I noticed someone with luggage with a Crumpler label on it thought it had what I was looking for in luggage. I absolutely love love this bag. I used it on many trips this past 12 months and couldn't be happier that I bought it. The 4 wheels make it glide so easily. It has enough compartments for all your stuff. The best is that it is extremely durable, yet so light weight. I was able to pack more stuff without worrying about paying for overweight luggage fees. The Crumpler bags are very unique and with such a large selection of colors, it makes them easily recognizable at the airport baggage claim. This was money well spent. I plan to purchase several more pieces in other sizes soon.
- Anonymous - customer
- March 18, 2013