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Product description

Size: 4 sizes for most suitcases
S (Suitable for 18-22 inch luggage)
M (Suitable for 22-26 inch luggage)
L (Suitable for 26-30 inch luggage)

Why buy our products:
The trunk protector protects your luggage from scratches, dust, damage, and is a business trip, best choice for dustproof at home.

Product Details
Specifications: S, M, L
Applicable size: 18-30 inches
Bottom design: zipper
Elasticity: high elasticity
Uses: to prevent damage to the luggage friction
Features: Thicken wear-resistant, dust-proof, anti-theft, breathable, Washable with water

Package Included:
1x Suitcase Cover
1x suitcase strap
3x luggage storage bag

Warm prompt:
We sell a suitcase cover instead of a suitcase.
The storage bag and strap of the suitcase are presented as gifts, and the color size is randomly sent.
Colors may appear slightly different via website due to color display of different monitors.
The dimensions are all measured by hand, The measurement will have an error of 2-3cm. Thank you for your understanding!

Suitcase Cover Travel Suitcase Breathable Wear Anti-Theft Protec

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