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    Default Eastpak 78L Tranverz M Trolley



    Yes, I did just write a post about back-to-school! But before summer is "unofficially" over, I would like to squeeze in a quick trip. Not that I will be headed back to classes in the fall. The schedule is just hardwired into my brain, I guess. Plus I want to go to the mountains, so I will need to go before it gets too late into the season. I want it to still feel like summer! Come September, the average high temperature will only be 70 degrees. Before I go though, I have been looking for a new "light travel" suitcase (i.e. road trip only). And I think I may have stumbled upon the perfect piece. Meet the Eastpak 78L Tranverz M Trolley!

    Hold on a minute, I thought Eastpak made backpacks. Well, they do. Apparently, they make suitcases too! What caught my eye with this particular piece is the soft-bodied nylon construction. It is sort of like a rolling duffel bag, only it functions more like a suitcase. This suitcase has all of the features you might expect... expandable sides, internal cross straps (to hold all you stuff in place), and an expandable trolley handle. What I love most though is the cute polka dot print. I like the military green too. Either way, this is a great and inexpensive suitcase for a gal on a budget!

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    Default Re: Eastpak 78L Tranverz M Trolley

    For checked luggage I prefer a hard case. They last longer and seem more durable.

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    Default Re: Eastpak 78L Tranverz M Trolley

    Yes, that's why I said "roadtrip only". It probably wouldn't hold up as checked baggage.

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