This large capacity gear hauler features a 16" wide base modified High Road Chassis, extra large wheels, extended handle, 4 dedicated grab loops, Straightjacket compression, top zipperd pocket for quick access to small items, lockable main comparment zipper, 2 internal large panel zip compartments with bellows divider, and inner compression straps. Volume: 6600 c.i./110 liters Weight: 8 lbs. 13 oz/4.01 kg. Dimensions" 32"h x 16"w x 12"d/82cm h x 40.5cm w x 31cm d
A good travel bag can make all the difference on a long trip, and the Osprey Shuttle wheeled bag fits the bill perfectly. All Osprey wheeled travel bags are outfitted with the company's proprietary High Road chassis, which makes the bag easy to tote wherever you go. The High Road chassis offers such features as a 6001 aluminum frame, an ergonomic retractable handle with integrated vent fins, an ultra-durable and lightweight composite base with a fiberglass matrix inlay, an integrated foot/grab handle, and oversized, high-traction wheels with sealed bearings and a high clearance design. At the same time, the 6,600-cubic-inch bag carries a ton of gear in its pair of large-panel zip compartments, which are separated by an internal bellows divider. And to help you keep your clothes and gear packed tightly, the Shuttle includes a StraightJacket compression system with inner compression straps.
Other features include four dedicated grab loops, a top zippered pocket offering quick access to smaller items, and a lockable zipper for the main compartment. The Shuttle bag measures 16 by 32 by 12 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 3 pounds 13 ounces.
Things at Osprey move full circle, starting with the people, then the product, and then back to the people for the full lifetime of the product. Headquartered in Cortez, Colorado, in the southwest part of the state, the company is nestled at the corner of the rugged San Juan Mountains and on the edge of vast sandstone canyon country. This landscape provides the Osprey staff with constant inspiration and a superb testing ground for the company's packs. The remainder of the company--including Osprey founder and head designer Mike Pfotenhauer--resides in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. In HCM City, surrounded by heat, endless bustle, and vibrant energy, Osprey designs and builds its packs to exacting standards. Living in HCM City provides many benefits, including the ability to create face-to-face relationships with the factories that build its packs, ensure fair labor standards, and soak up the design inspiration of a cosmopolitan city.