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American Tourister iLite Max Wheeled Boarding Bag

Item NO.: 756991041
$79.99 $54.66

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17"

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iLite MAX takes travel to the limit! Stylish design is fused with the latest technology to create a collection that is fashionable, lightweight, and fun.
&$149; Large main compartment provides easy access to contents
• Large front panel pockets for additional packing capacity
• Convenient hideaway ID tag
• Lightweight, beveled push-button locking handle

Carry-On size and weight allowances vary by airline. Go to AIRLINE CARRY-ON GUIDE for more details. If the bag is overstuffed, it may not be accepted by the airlines.
• Weight: 5.8 lbs.

Body Dimensions: 17.0" x 13.0" x 8.0"
Overall Dimensions: 17.0" x 14.5" x 8.75"
Description & Features
iLite MAX takes travel to the limit! Stylish design is fused with the latest technology to create a collection that is fashionable, lightweight, and fun.
&$149; Large main compartment provides easy access to contents
• Large front panel pockets for additional packing capacity
• Convenient hideaway ID tag
• Lightweight, beveled push-button locking handle

Carry-On size and weight allowances vary by airline. Go to AIRLINE CARRY-ON GUIDE for more details. If the bag is overstuffed, it may not be accepted by the airlines.
• Weight: 5.8 lbs.

Body Dimensions: 17.0" x 13.0" x 8.0"
Overall Dimensions: 17.0" x 14.5" x 8.75"
  • 600D Poly/Nylon - Combination of Polyester and Nylon fabrics for durability. Nylon is a high strength, durable material with excellent wear properties. The term " denier" (D) refers to the size of the yarn used: the larger the denier the bigger the yarn.
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  • 600D Poly/Nylon - Combination of Polyester and Nylon fabrics for durability. Nylon is a high strength, durable material with excellent wear properties. The term " denier" (D) refers to the size of the yarn used: the larger the denier the bigger the yarn.

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