MAVERICK FOLDABLE TROLLEY
A wheeled backpack perfect for both, urban and outdoor travelers. Equipped with an easy-access U-shaped closure, the Maverick offers ample storage and comes with mesh dividers and pockets to help keep your stuff organized.
You can use it as backpack or carrying it. Its shoulder straps are kept in the back pocket when using the wheels and you can use the top strap to pull it as a trolley.
You can fold it to fit cabin size or even more to keep it at home without taking up much space.
Folded: 50x33x18 cm.
2 exterior big zipper pockets.
2 exterior small side zipper pockets.
Top handle to use it as a trolley.
Backpack straps that can be hidden.
1 Inside mesh compartments.
1 Inside zipper pocket.
MATERIALS & CARE
Shell material: Recycled polyester from PET-bottles with durable, waterproof and TPE coating.
Lining material: Recycled polyester
Love the overall look of this trolley/bag, and the number of various pockets. The size is perfect too. It's light enough to carry like a backpack, which is amazing. And it's great that you can drag it like a trolley — it's not as easy to drag it as I'd like it to be, but it's still the greatest travel bag I've ever owned.
Pros: - I like the interior disposition of the bag - I like the exterior pockets - I like the look and the fabric Cons: - I dislike the trolley functionality. It's actually impossible to use as a trolley. When rolling it, it either hits your legs, or exhausts your arm when trying to deport it on the right or the left of your body. It's because the handle is too short and/or too low. It might improve as we muscle up as a result of trying to rolling it, but my muscles are just not ready yet! - When fully packed, the bag is too heavy to be used as a backpack (for me at least) Summary: - It's been a waste of money for me. I regret my Eastpack trolley, even if it was smaller. I'll get back to use my Eastpack trolley when I get back to France. I don't understand how this product has made it past any use test. It's just impossible to use as a trolley past a couple of dozen meters. I guess the use tests have taken place over very short distances (from the car trunk to the train or the airport check-in). If the distance is minimal, it's okay to roll it a bit. But as well-traveled traveler, I cannot vouch for it.