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Pack up the Juggernaut and head off the beaten path for a week or two.

We heard rumors that Mountain Hardwear's Juggernaut 85 Gear Bag was originally called The Crushinator—but we don't know if that's true. We can see why the name came up, though. The Juggernaut's super strong construction features a welded alloy frame with a steel axle running through it. Buses, jeeps, taxi cabs, baggage handling—the Juggernaut pack scoffs at these obstacles. Its burly urethane skate wheels roll over cracked sidewalk and broken road like a steamroller, and their sealed bearings require next to no maintenance. The front panel's water- and abrasion-resistant HardWear tarp protects your belongings. Mountain Hardwear included a collapsible compartment for muddy shoes or wet towels and compressions straps for load control. Lash this luggage to a roof or a yak's back with the dual daisy chains.

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Rugged and roomy for long trips

This is a very durable bag! I've taken on numerous trips where it has been checked on planes, dragged through train stations, thrown out of trucks and tossed into and out of various buses for travel; it has withstood them all and always wheels away. I travel a lot for business and adventures. While I usually travel very light with carry-on items there are jaunts which require a bit more gear and these are the ones I have come to rely on the Juggernaut for. I liked it so much I picked up a Juggernaut 115 for larger excursions but I haven't tried it out yet. It appears just as durable as the 85 so I have high hopes.

Bottom line, if you are looking for a rugged duffel for gear-hauling but are tired of carrying it around this guy fits the bill and the wheel system makes it much easier to move around when you have 70 or 80 pounds of gear in it.

2 5

Used once

Used it 1 time on a trip to London from the US and the plastic corner trim pieces used to protect the 4 bottom corner seams are falling off. For the cost of this bag it should be bomb proof. I was dissapointed with Mt. Hdwr because everything I own, except for this bag, is of exceptional quality. If I could do it over again, I would have gotten the NorthFace duffel.

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Is there anyone who owns this bag, or has...

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Is there anyone who owns this bag, or has access to one that would be wiling measure the internal and external dimensions? Airlines are strict on bag dimensions for carry-on, and the internal dimensions are what's going to dicate what size gear I can and can't put in --- much needed info before the putrchse. Okay.. it's late and i'm under the influence of lunesta, but.. someone please help us out here!

Is this bag carry-on friendly? what are...

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Is this bag carry-on friendly? what are the dimmentions?

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MJS~ it is a little big for a carry-on. At 85 L it is more like a medium sized duffle. Hope this helps.

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26" x 16" x 12"