Rated 5 out of
The Bag for the Ultimate ConquerorYour friends think you're weird. You like to climb frozen waterfalls (ok sometimes only half frozen if its not cold enough yet). Scale up ice. Like Hannibal who tried a little too hard to go over the Alps with elephants. You trek into crazy places with yaks. This bag ties down on them. If this town aint big enough for the two of us I'll be leaving because this bag is just huge. Unless I carry it out with me on my yak. You don't know why but everything has been in this bag from ice tools, jackets, boots, pea pods, a whole library like the ancient one in Alexandria, and even a human being. Yes I fit in it, I tried. If you want to know I'm an average size dude you creep. I'm sure it was used by Nebuchadnezzar II as a gardening bag for the Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
In terms of size its like a burrito, if you try you can put anything in it. But its way better than that. Why? Well let me tell you. A burrito can only handle so much before the tortilla rips into oblivion and you are stuck with a salad. This thing won't leave you with a bowl of messy bowl of guacamole. I'm sure if this bag existed when ancient Rome burned to the ground it would have been standing at the end of that fire. I'm talking to you Nero.
Wait, theres more! I'm not kidding by saying it fits everything. It handles well in the harshest environment known to mankind from blizzards to sandstorms to meteor showers. Ok two of those as far as I'm aware of. I have never been in a meteor shower. I live in Central Asia not on Pluto silly. It works. The zippers are super tough and its as durable as the Great Wall of China. It won't go collapsing into the sea like the Colossus of Rhodes. I am thrilled at how durable this bag is. In all seriousness I'm really thankful that when I found that lamp with a genie in it I used a wish for this very bag when I was in the pyramids of Giza.....in the dream I had last night.
P.S. this bag is meant to be for the following historical figures: Alexander the Great, Leaf Ericsson, Christopher Columbus, Daniel Boone, Genghis Khan, Da Vinci, Plato (for all of his philosophy scrolls), and even Prince Charming who is fighting off a dragon rescue you at this very second. Ok he's not historical but you get the point.
If you look hard enough in this review I hope you see that throughout the chaos in history the bag is good. Its dang good.
Date published: 2016-05-06
Rated 5 out of
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Great DuffelI bought this bag for my trip to Europe and it paid off. Easy to use, spacious, durable and light, this duffel is easy to pack up but will keep your stuff dry and protected when on the road. Has a lot of cool pockets and compartments to help organize everything. Also, the backpack straps are pretty comfortable to wear.