Db Hugger 60L Backpack

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  • Item #15788
  • $69.95
  • Regular price $159.00


Story behind it: Created in Sweden by Jon Olsson who has won 9 X-Game medals in Freestyle skiing and is now a GS racer with the Swedish Ski Team. With the input of 150 other athletes they created the finest line of ski luggage ever.

The Hugger 60L is notoriously carved out by the needs of hardcore alpine racers. Designed as a merge between roomy duffle bag and smart backpack, the Hugger 60L is favored by athletes who bring a lot of training gear to the mountain. Throw in your bulky gear and get going!

Special Handling and Shipping:
To Mainland US - 2nd & Next Day Rates have a $10 Oversize Charge.
To Canada or Alaska - Ground Only + $10 Oversize Charge. (Expedited Rate by Quote.)

Features

  • Hook-up System with Db Wheeled Ski Bags
  • Shoulder Strap System
  • Light-weight
  • Structured Rib Cage
  • Dimensions: 14.2" W x 9" H x 26" L (36cm W x 23cm H x 66cm L)
  • Weight: 4 lbs (1.8 kg)

ROOMY COMPARTMENTS

The whole Hugger opens in one single motion, giving easy access to whatever is needed - almost like having your own little cargo container on the go. Being twice the size of its younger Hugger 30L brother, the Hugger 60L also makes the perfect weekend getaway bag.

PORTABILITY

The lightweight design and smart features make the Hugger 60L super handy to bring around. The optional shoulder straps allow the bag to be converted into a backpack for comfortable transportation. And while not in use, the shoulder straps easily tuck away behind the back plate, leaving a smooth bag with no loose straps hanging around.

HOOK-UP SYSTEM

The patent pending hook-up system allows the Hugger 60L to hook up with Db wheeled bags, lifting weight off human shoulders and placing it over wheels in stead.

RIB CAGE

Inspired by how the human rib cage protects the body's most valuable organs, the patent pending Rib Cage construction protects the gear inside. The Rib Cage construction is composed of strong and lightweight ABS ribs, shaped in a three-stage foldable structure.


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