Pelican Air Case

Jun 2, 2016

Category: Gear

Gear takes care of those who take care of it. Any gear head knows this truth and should look towards investing in the proper protection for their most prized tools and gear. That’s where Pelican Air Cases comes into play. At up to 40 percent lighter than other polymer cases, these cases lighten the loads for dedicated gear junkies across the globe.

For over 40 years Pelican designed and crafted influential and innovative protective cases for a world full of pros who set out to make their mark. These Pelican Air Cases are the first in a series of new-aged light, and durable cases that will provide the same protection users have come to know and love without weighing them down. The body consists of a proprietary polypropylene blend and comes with several interior options ranging from foam to no foam to padded dividers to a TrekPak divider system. They are set for a May 1st release and look to range in price between $180-$340. [Purchase]

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