Black Cabin Max Convertible Trolley Bag


By Popular demand a new cabin max bag. It keeps to our principles of maximum luggage capacity for minimum weight, coming in at a shade under 1.9kg. A great design feature is it converts from trolley bag to backpack, via the tuckaway backstraps. Ideal if your in a crowded area, over rough terrain or up some stairs.

Featuring 600D water resistant anti tear material. Heavy duty lockable zips. 1 Main compartment for the bulk of your luggage plus a front pocket with dividers ideal for travel documents, camera, mp3 player mobile phone etc. A bag packed with features and style.

Find yourself with some rough terrain to traverse? Well why not convert the bag to a backpack. Unzip the back section which covers the wheels and backpack straps are revealed.

Trolley bag with back straps
Trolley bag with back straps

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13 comments on “Black Cabin Max Convertible Trolley Bag

  1. Amy Kapell on said:

    Hello! I just purchased my first Cabin Max Trolley Bag and wondered if it’s sturdy enough to place in hold luggage as well?

  2. Fred Wimbourne on said:

    What happens to the flap covering the backpack straps when using the bag as a backpack? Does it just hang down your back or tuck away neatly somewhere?

    • mbarwise on said:

      The Flap folds over to cover the wheels and attaches to the bottom of the bag via a strip of velcro

      • Lucyrb on said:

        Genius!! Just ordered one for my husband who has 2 Easyjet flights coming up – looking forward to receiving it!

  3. Does this bag comply with ryanair measurement for cabin luggage?

    • mbarwise on said:

      Yes it does, Money back Guarantee on this, any problems we will give you your money back

  4. Kirsty on said:

    Hi
    I know the dimensions of the cabin bag are 55cm x 40cm x 20cm but just wondered what the dimensions of the cabin max convertible trolley bag are?
    Thanks

  5. abbie on said:

    Hi

    this case looks great but unlike the cabin max bag with no wheels this one exceeds the Ryan air maximum size. Could you please tell my if there are any plans to produce a wheeled bag which fits the Ryan Air measurments??

    Thanks

  6. mbarwise on said:

    55 x 40 x20