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- When you've got this ultra-organized Dakine® roller bag going on vacation with you, it's time to pack your things and split!
- Features a small roller with split-level design for easy access to compartments.
- Zipper closure.
- Exterior organizer pockets.
- Retractable handle.
- High-quality urethane wheels.
- Locking zipper cars for your convenience.
- Printed inner lining.
- Volume: 4000 cubic inch [ 65L ]
- Weight: 10 lbs. [ 4.5kg ]
30"H x 14"W x 13"D [ 76 x 36 x 33cm ]
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DaKine moved their manufacturing and operations to Hood River, OR in 1986; besides being a popular windsurfing location on the mainland, it´s also a gathering place for the best professional snowboarders looking to ride on Mt. Hood. In 1989, after proving themselves as leaders in surf accessories, gear, and bags, DaKine committed to the rapidly expanding snowboard market with board accessories, board bags, and gear bags. By using their commitment to unique designs, high quality, and the desire to stay true to the spirit of the sport, the company would become the world leader in this market over the next 15 years.
Throughout the 1990s, DaKine moved into the snowsports glove category with a modest three styles, and has now expanded that line to close to 70 models today. In 1996, DaKine introduced the Heli Pack, which helped create the new category of minimalist technical backcountry day packs. In 1998, DaKine sought to surpass the Heli Pack and introduced the Heli Pro. In a short time, the Heli Pro becomes the standard for technical daypacks as well as the sport's best selling (and most copied) model. Also around this time, DaKine moved into skate specific packs, such as the Park Pack, which quickly became known for its innovation and durability.
A true leader in the world of bags, packs, and accessories, DaKine has also built a reputation in the travel category, whether it is board sport specific carriers or luggage. After celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2004, DaKine continues to pride itself on developing products for the top professionals in every board sport and building its reputation for innovation and quality for over a quarter of a century.
Dakine Womens Split Roller 65L
It is an awesome bag! Just like everything Dakine makes, it is super stylish, and it has tons of really neat features that help you organize all of your stuff. Also, it never seems to be completely filled even when packing for long trips! There's always room for one more this or one more that!
- Anonymous - customer
- from Athens, GA
- January 9, 2012
It does everything I want a suitcase to do. I can live right out of the suitcase. The sections kept me organized and worked well for me, and it is truly lightweight so I could weigh it down with my personal effects instead of the suitcase being heavy!
- J. j - customer
- from new york city
- January 31, 2011
They call this a girls bag, what a misnomer! I am 5'4 and just returned from over 3 weeks in Ireland & England with over 8 hotel changes along the way and I love this bag! It was fabulous, held a lot and I could always easily distinguish it from the mass of other bags!
- Pati Y - customer
- from Silver Spring, Maryland
- May 26, 2010
I love this bag; it fits everything your heart desires and then some. It's practical and large, has handles in convenient places, and is durable. Only drawback: it doesn't stand on its own! If you let go of it for a second it falls forward. The feet in the front don't hold it up, even if it's empty!
- Anonymous - customer
- from San Francisco, CA
- July 20, 2011
I love the design of this bag and can't find another brand even similar in design. It seems so perfect, but, alas, I'm sending it back. The major drawback in keeping it for me is the quality. I'm not convinced it will hold up to the rigors and abuse the baggage handlers impose.
- Roamingrandma - customer
- from Fortuna, CA
- June 29, 2011