Strato Explorer Luggage 125L

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Color: Dark Navy

When your travels demand a load of gear and clothes, the Rossignol Strato Explorer Bag has the space you need to arrive at your destination ready to ski. This 125-liter roller bag is built handle the abuse of travel and to shed wet winter weather. The large clamshell design keeps you organized with one large main compartment, a separate small compartment and an external pocket to keep smaller items accessible. Compression straps manage the load. The bag's blue color and iconic tricolor stripes recall the legendary Strato ski legacy.

Easy Transit
Rugged, built-in wheels and a retractable handle make for smooth travel
Heavy-Duty Durability
Durable 600-denier polyester is coated for waterproof protection
Recycled Materials
Made with recycled plastic to help reduce the use of raw resources

Carrying System: Telescopic Handle
Opening: Horizontal
Others: Compression Strap
Resistant Lining: Rigid Bottom + Padded Lining
Dimensions: L790*W390*H450mm
Volume: 125L
External Fabrics: Recycled Polyester
Internal Fabrics: Polyester 200D
Pocket Numbers: 3
Top Features: Wheeled travel Bag | Telescopic handle | Highly resistant lining |  Large storage volume

Rolling luggage for easy and unexhausting carrying
Rossignol's WATER RESISTANT products are coated with a deperlent treatment to increase moisture management.
Shipping & Returns

Malta & Gozo:

Express delivery €6.50  | 1-3 Working Days


Express delivery €25 | 1-4 Working Days

USA, Canada, Mexico & Australia:

- Express delivery €35 | 1-4 Working Days

Rest of the World:

- Express delivery €45 | 1-4 Working Days

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If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, we will gladly accept your return within 15 days from the date of purchase in unused and resalable condition.

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How To Care

The best way to clean your duffel or luggage is to spot clean with a damp cloth, then let it air dry. We do not recommend fully submerging it in water.