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Thule launches Crossover travel gear range

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So you’re off snowboarding this winter. You’ve got the latest Lib Tech Cygnus X1-BTX board, forked out over a grand in Spyder clobber and are heading to Whistler, Canada, for those all-important pistes. Everything is in place, save for one thing: your luggage. The rucksack that accompanied you across South America on your gap year just doesn’t cut it anymore.

Praise be then for Thule’s new Crossover travel gear - luggage to you and me. The Swedish company is a renowned world leader in travel racking systems (or ‘brands and products assisting people in transporting their equipment securely, safely and in style’

in its words) and, wisely, it’s now entered the luggage - sorry, travel gear - market.

The Crossover collection consists of hyper stylish duffel bags, rucksacks (don’t fret, you won’t feel 19 again) and rolling luggage and all comes with Thule’s seal of quality and innovation. Many of the bags have compartment space for helmets, gloves, ski boots and other necessities, while other features include oversized wheels for smooth mobility, proprietary V-TubingTM telescoping handles, lightweight design and durable, high-quality aluminium hardware.

For more information, head here.

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