ALOHA Collection Charter Day Tripper Tote in Royal

$68.00
Color:Royal
Size: One Size
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Built to keep all your items zipped up and dry, the Charter Day Tripper rote in Royal from ALOHA Collection is a beach-going essential that keeps your dry stuff dry and your wet stuff separate.

  • Features

    • Created by surfer/flight attendant Rachael Leina'ala and Kauai native Heather Aiu, ALOHA Collection Splash-Proof products keep your dry stuff dry and your wet stuff separate
    • Technical material keeps contents protected against splashes, spills and weather while you go from point A to point B
    • Expandable full-zip top maximizes space in-flight and on-the-go
    • Interior zip pocket to keep your wallet, phone, and other travel essentials close at hand for easy organization
    • Outside zipper pocket to stash your ID and plane ticket
    • This tote meets carry-on size restrictions for most airlines (size not to exceed 45 linear inches when adding L+W+H; this is subject to change, so check with your airline)
    • ALOHA Collection donates 5% of annual profits to Hawaii-based conservation organizations to help protect the natural beauty of Hawaii

    Imported.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Travel

    Watersports

    Casual

    Bag Style

    Tote Bag

    Gear Capacity (L)

    30 liters

    Gear Capacity (cu. in.)

    1,831 cubic inches

    Number of Exterior Pockets

    1 + main compartment

    Carry-On

    Yes

    Material(s)

    Special technical fabric

    Dimensions

    19 x 14.5 inches

    Weight

    8.8 ounces

    Gender

    Unisex

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