Easy to spot with its unique and gorgeous design, Travelpro National Geographic Balboa 25 in. Hardside Spinner - Zebra is both practical and stunning. Beautifully designed, this well-made suitcase has a 100% polycarbonate frame with PC frame which helps to protect your items. Its push button retractable handle system has multiple stops while the side and top carry handles have a comfort grip. With an interior divider panel on both sides, built-in wet pockets on the lid, and multiple interior pockets, you'll be able to keep your suitcase neat and orderly. Dual spinner wheels makes maneuvering easy while the mounted TSA lock on the exterior helps to keep your items safe.
The National Geographic collections are inspired by adventure travelers and the explorer inside all of us. From the world's greatest cities to the Australian outback and beyond, this luggage is up for any excursion. Style and functionality combine to make these pieces the perfect traveling companions. They're lightweight and loaded with the features and conveniences modern travelers need. This tough, durable luggage will make getting there - wherever that might be - a little easier. National Geographic's net proceeds support vital exploration, conservation, research, and education programs.
For over 20 years, Travelpro has provided travelers worldwide with the best in affordable, durable, lightweight luggage, by incorporating the industry's most innovative designs and highest production standards. With the introduction of the Original Rollaboard wheeled luggage, Travelpro has become the choice of seasoned travelers and flight crews alike. Travelpro strives to continue its close relationship with its customers by providing the most innovative designs in contemporary styles that meet the needs and expectation of every type of traveler by understanding their lifestyles, and providing unsurpassed reliability. Travelpro offers a diverse array of high-quality collections, and was awarded the 2009 Leading Edge "Best Carry-On Case" Award from Executive Travel Magazine.