At less than 9 pounds, 83 percent of the bag is available for personal use.
Two bags which are designed to carry diving equipment in a secure way reducing efforts.
- Dimensions 8064 cu in 31.5"L x 16"W x 16"H
- Pop up handle – retractable into a secure pocket
- Sturdy wheels
- External straps so it can be worn as a backpack for rough terrains (hidden in a zippered compartment)
- Single zipper design so you can use a TSA lock for safe travel
- Large flap inside the lid for your divewear or to keep damp items away from the rest of your gear
- Two compression straps
- Multiple handles to make it easy to pick up from the top, bottom and sides
- Modular – designed to allow the backpack to be attached using the compression straps or a second bag to be attached
- Dimensions 2880 cubic inches 18 inches long by 16 inches wide by 10 inches high
- Weight 3 pounds
- Large center compartment
- Made to accommodate your heavier items for easy carry on like canister light and regulator
- (4)Padded Velcro inserts to protect your items
- Single zipper design for safe travel on the outside
- Large padded area for laptop computer with flap
- Multiple zipper compartments for smaller items, cell phone, pens, etc.
- Compression straps
- Modular – designed to be attached to the front of the DUI roller bag
- Heavy-duty handle for easy pick up
The backpack and roller bag connect together to make wheeling them to the dive site or through the airport a cinch. Got a lot of equipment to carry? Officers can connect two of the big bags together. Can't wheel the bag over rocky terrain? Whip out the backpack straps and throw it on.