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Product: Trolley school bag
Function: breathable, waterproof, wear-resistant, shock-resistant, lightweight
Size: width 32cm, height 48cm, thickness 19cm
Tie rod length is about 90cm
Weight: 1.98 kg
Style: fashion casual
Applicable age: teenagers, elementary school students, unisex
▪ The mesh pocket on the side of the bag can hold water cups, umbrellas and other items, which is convenient for you to take and place anytime, anywhere!
▪ The bag is designed with multi-section rods, which can be stretched freely. The length of the pull rod is adjustable, convenient and practical, and detachable for use.
▪ The luggage cart has a unique six-wheel and two-wheel design, which can slide quickly without getting stuck on the wheels. It has strong abrasion resistance and can climb stairs, which is very convenient!
▪ The bag adopts a thicker strap, mesh and sponge-like design, widening and thickening, perspiration, breathable, soft and comfortable, making your carrying easier!
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▪ Because manual measurement is required, please allow a difference of 2-3CM.
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