NOW: £80.00 RRP: £120.00

NOW: £80.00 RRP: £120.00

NOW: £80.00 RRP: £120.00

Product Code: E1532133

Colour:
  • Black
    OFFER

Size:

1
Last pieces available

Select a colour and/or size to show accurate delivery options.

Click & Collect: FREE
Buy now and collect from store
Parcelforce Convenientcollect: FREE
Collect from over 10,500 Post Office® branches
Standard Delivery: FREE
Free delivery on orders over £30.00. Buy now and deliver to your home.
Next Day and Named UK Delivery: £4.95
Buy now and set a fixed day delivery to your home
Returns and Exchanges
28 day returns to UK stores and online

Check availability in your local store

Product Information

Exclusive to Cotswold Outdoor - you won't find the Roller Kit Bag from Mountain Equipment anywhere else! This extremely robust travel duffle bag with rollers is made from tough waterproof, tarpaulin fabric for challenging adventures and expeditions. The Roller Wet & Dry Kit Bag includes large internal mesh pocket with a clever water resistant divider so wet and dry clothes don't mix on your travels. The lockable pull-out handle and wheels provide ultimate practicality ideal for expeditions, ski trips and trekking adventures that include flights abroad. In addition, reinforced carry straps and handles mean that this is a versatile luggage option and compression straps are great for packing down your gear for the longhaul.

While the fabric used is waterproof to keep a lot of water out, the seams are not taped and the zip is not waterproof, therefore this cannot be considered a fully waterproof bag.


No further offers or discounts apply.


FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY on orders over £30

Product Features

  • Weight: approx 3450g
  • Volume: 70 Litres 
  • Dimensions:
    • Depth: 37cm
    • Width: 37cm
    • Length: 62cm
  • Internal waterproof divider 
  • Internal mesh pocket
  • Wide U shaped zipped lid with lockable zippers
  • Nylon webbing reinforced carrying straps and handles
  • Tough tarpaulin/1000D Nylon outer fabric
  • Internal and external compression straps
  • Lockable and retractable pull-out handle
  • Durable custom wheels and wheel housing
  • Protective skid rails
  • Reinforced corners for extra durability
  • Ideal for Travelling use

Need help choosing? The Knowledge will help you find the perfect product

Reviews

Roller Kit Bag 70L reviews verified by Reevoo

72 reviews

Reviews from: Sort by:
(8.5 out of 10)
Quality
8.7
Comfort
8.2
Features
8.0
Weight
7.9
Fit
8.3
Value for money
8.2
Overall rating
8.5
Scores 8.5 out of 10 based on 72 reviews
Show more score details
(10 out of 10)

stuart

Bury st edmunds Lifestyle
+
Wheels and handles feels dearly well made will get a smaller 1 to match
Choice of colour but looks smart in shinny black
Confirmed purchase: 09 April 2016
Published on: 23 April 2016
(6 out of 10)

Paul

West ashling Expert
+
It's tough and pretty baggage handler proof
It's too heavy - 3.6kg of a 20kg allowance is bag. The lid is cut in an awkward way which makes it harder to pack than my non- wheely north face bag. And, there isn't a nice clear label panel on the outside either.
Confirmed purchase: 28 March 2016
Published on: 17 April 2016
(8 out of 10)

Steven

Yeovil Lifestyle
+
Love the desperate bottom compartment for shoes, etc. Also love the zip up internal space for dirty and wet items. Although not waterproof, it's pretty weatherproof and the zip have already taken some stick when I have stuffed the bag a bit too much. Great for a few days away but would get the bigger one for anything longer.
The rrp is a little steep but I got lucky and got it reduced from 80 to 60 quid. My kids all want one, and there is 4 of them so I won't be kitting everyone out with this bag until the price drops a little bit more! Apart from that, no bad points and I am subjecting it to military punishment through my job.
Confirmed purchase: 11 March 2016
Published on: 07 April 2016
About the brand

Mountain Equipment

Above and beyond since 1961

Mountain Equipment has been making top quality expedition clothing and equipment for over fifty years. They work with pro athletes, mountain guides and Sherpas the world over to create a range of equipment that can stand up to the most challenging conditions in the most remote areas. They have played a part of every British first assent over 8000m and have reached the summit of Everest more than 175 times.

dummy image