Pelican Announces Cases With TrekPak And Pick N Pluck Options

Pelican’s new combination Pick N Pluck foam and TrekPad divider system is now offered as a standard option with the Pelican Air 1535 Carry On Case and Pelican 1510 Carry On Case.

The Pelican Air 1535 Carry On is a lightweight polymer case that weighs up to 40 percent less than the Pelican Protector Case, while the Pelican 1510 Carry On is a protective carry-on case made from ultra-high impact copolymer.

The company's Pick N Pluck foam is cubed, pre-scored, and can be easily customized to suit the user's needs and specific gear with an emphasis on protection. This foam is the standard offering for the majority of Pelican cases. The TrekPak divider system features divider sections made from closed-cell waterproof foam laminated to form corrugated, rigid plastic panels.

Until now, customers were forced to choose between either the protective foam or the divider system, but couldn't order both in the same case.

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