Description

Nothing left behind.

The Patagonia Freewheeler Max Rolling Gear Bag carries everything you could possibly need on long business trips and longer get-away-from-business trips. Tough-as-nails water-repellent construction takes on rough road and the horrors of baggage claim—not to mention a bout of bad weather or the muddy floor of an autobús.
  • Separate zippered end compartment for shoes and gear
  • Retractable two-point handle steers luggage smoothly
  • Haul handles at each end for easy lifting
  • External compression straps consolidate load for more control
  • 80mm wheels provide plenty of clearance
  • Foldaway batten side supports allow bag to stand upright
  • DWR coating resists water and stains

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5 5

Burly

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have used this bag for a couple of years and remain impressed with it: durable, easy to roll, huge. A word of caution: it is easy to fill this thing such that it weighs more than the 50 lb airline limit.

4 5

Luggage Review

I have had this bag for 6 years. The retractable handle broke and Patagonia gave me a new bag at no cost. This bag holds a lot. The only problem is that it should have a carrying handle on the side. It is very awkward and bulky carrying the bag with the handles on the center of the top.

4 5

Love it except...

It's everything that they say... I like it almost as much as I expected... BUT there is one huge flaw... the bag is heavy with lots of reinforcement so I am very surprised that Patagonia did not extend protection so that everytime you park the bag upright, the bag material doesn't chafe against the concrete or whatever abrasive surface material you're standing on... I have done my own reinforcement with duck tape but now it doesn't look so hot. The weight of the bag is also beginning to be an issue now that the airlines are charging for over weight (50 lbs)... I think the bag itself weighs nine pounds so that only gives you 41 lbs of luggage... but I understand the weight to be necessary for the strength that it has...