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Fabric: 1000D polyester with TPE laminate, 1680D nylon
Wheels & wheel wells work together to keep the wheels clean
Simplified & stronger back-panel structure for added durability
Updated, larger-size wheel construction for better traction
Separate, external, zipped dirty-clothes or shoe compartment
Sherpa strap included
Perforated, exposed back panel
2 external, zipped pockets on the face of the bag
Small zipped pocket on top for extra organisation
Internal split mesh pocket
Die-cut ID window
Coated daisy chains provide durable lash points
Angled handles for easy wheeling & weight distribution
Dimensions: 45 x 91 x 40 cm
Weight: 4660 g
Tough enough to withstand the world's roughest baggage handlers, the Rolling Thunder Suitcase 36in from The North Face is smart and offers self-cleaning wheels that deliver incredible traction at all times, while a sherpa strap makes it easy to balance another item of luggage on top when you're on the move. External zipped pockets keep your smaller things neatly organised. Inside, a separate zipped compartment keeps shoes or dirty clothes apart from everything else.
Founded in 1966 The North Face is named after the coldest, most unforgiving and harshest face of a mountain. Yet it was born on a sun-soaked Californian beach by two friends who shared a passion for climbing and the outdoors. Today, the iconic ‘Half Dome’ logo can be found the world over.
Basking on the sea shore, breaking virgin powder in the Alps, or standing on the summit of Everest. All because The North Face clothing and equipment is trusted by people who place their lives in the knowledge and ability of a world leading brand.
The North Face achieves this level of trust and success because of their tireless attitude towards innovation and progress. Which means their waterproof jackets, their super warm down vests and their extensive range of bags, footwear and clothing are all made with the common belief that you should never stop exploring.