The NEW HD Caicos Cargo Pack is Sthalsac's Heavy-Duty, go anywhere, Version of the Caicos Cargo Pack. It comes with a Tough-and-Rugged Tarpaulin Exterior Fabric and a Reinforced Bottom to Resist Wear and Tear. It also features Backpack Straps and a unique Wheeled Frame System. Multiple Pockets provide Endless-Combinations for Organized Gear Storage. External Pockets are Handy-for-Items-needed-Quickly, while Internal Compression Straps Secure Dive Gear while in Transit.
All Internal Frame Components are Fully-Serviceable and Stahlsac's Full-Length Side-Pockets provide Capacity for All-Types of Gear, including XL Fins. The High-Profile Frame keeps Abrasion Away-from-Stress Points and its unique construction allows a Heavy-Duty Bag of this nature to only weigh 11.2 lbs (5 kg) when empty. The Stahlsac HD Caicos Cargo Pack has a Telescoping Handle which makes it Handy in Busy Airport and Train Terminals. The Handle conveniently Retracts when not in use for Safe Storage. This Wheeled Bag measures (H x W x D) 29" x 14" x 19" (73.7 x 35.6 x 48.3 cm) and has a volume of 7,714 cubic inches (126.4 liters). Bag is Black in color and is covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
This product has a limited lifetime warranty.
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Comments about Stahlsac HD Caicos Cargo Pack, Black:
This is a roomy dive oriented roller bag. Nice side zippered pockets for fins. I was able to pack my BCD, Wetsuit, masks, regulators and other items without running out of room. This bag is 11 pounds empty so you end up hitting the standard 50 pound airline limit before you totally run out of space.
It is nice and heavy duty however during my first airline trip, the back zipper broke due to baggage handling. That was not an issue because the back compartment only holds the shoulder straps. I intend to sew that zipper closed. Note: carrying this bag with shoulder straps would be ridiculous. It has wheels for a reason. That said, if you like 50 pound backpacks, the straps are included.
If the back zipper had survived my first trip, I would have rated this item five flags.