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Verge Spinner 42L+ Carry On

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $145.00 - $159.50 Original price: $290.00
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Color:Full Bloom



Why We Like The Verge Spinner 42L+ Carry On

Travel with ease knowing you are cruising through the airport with a durable and lightweight carry-on rolling bag. The Verge Spinner 42L+ Carry On is sure to fit everything you need for a weekend trip, expanding an additional 15L if extra space is needed. In the front compartment is a large pocket designed to store your laptop, tablet, or boarding pass, allowing for an easy and quick reach for each item while making your way through the dreaded security line. Mesh compartments line the main compartment, allowing you to keep your belongings organized during a long travel day.


  • Carry-on, wheeled luggage for expertise airport commuters
  • Built-in TSA-approved combination lock for added security
  • 360-degree Hinomot wheels are quiet and efficient
  • 2 carry handles make grabbing your bag from the overhead bin easy
  • Extendable telescopic handle for easy storage
  • Item #DAKZ7MF
Responsible Collection
Bluesign Approved
600D recycled polyester, DWR coating
42 + 15L (3463 + 900cu in)
yes, 360° Hinomoto wheels
Backpack Carry
[outer] large front pocket [inner] 2 mesh pockets
[regular] 22 x 14 x 9in [expanded] 22 x 14 x 11in
Claimed Weight
9lb 11oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 1 year

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

June 3, 2022

23", not 20"

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Great bag, well made, and exactly the features I wanted. But it's 23 inches high, not 20, which risks not being allowed to carry on, especially on smaller airlines. The measurement must include the wheels, and Dakine somehow got it wrong this time. I'll be looking for a 21 inch bag with the same features.

Eric J

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com