The Patagonia Lightweight Travel Duffel. Superlight and stowable duffel bag that's great for the long haul back home after a big trip, or as a gym bag to stow training essentials.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Lightweight Travel Duffel
Extremely lightweight double-ripstop fabric features excellent tear resistance
Large main compartment
Zippered side pocket with internal key clip for small essentials
Webbing duffel handles convert to pack straps for hands-free use on the go
Top-mounted, dual-adjust webbing straps secure and compress the load
Stuffs into its own pocket Internal webbing loop allows for easy merchandising on shop peg hooks
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Lightweight Travel Duffel
Weight: 8.5 oz / 241 g
Volume: 2136 cubic inches / 35 liter
Body: 1.8-oz 40-denier 100% nylon double-ripstop with a polyurethane coating and silicone finish
Base: 6.3-oz 210-denier 100% nylon double-ripstop with a polyurethane coating
Rated 4 out of
Great bag - however - image is a bit deceivingI purchased this bag to match my BF's Patagonia backpack, which I thought was made out of the same material but after receiving it in the mail, I found the image to be inconsistent. It has no structure (like the image implies) and reminds me a lot of the "Baggu" reusable grocery bags.,,Don't get me wrong, this bag is rad! It comes in it's own pouch (about the size of an ipad) and when unzipped/unfolded, it becomes a full size duffle! It just wasn't what I expected. If you're all about packing light with the ability to carry a bit more on the return flight - this is perfect for you!
Date published: 2013-11-27
Rated 5 out of
Lightweight and packs a lotI took this duffel with me as my carry-on, and it somehow managed to fit my 14-inch laptop, camera gear that's stored inside a fairly bulky ICU container, some clothes, toiletries, journals, and other random stuff. The straps could kind of work as a backpack, but they're pretty flimsy, so I'd go for a lightweight travel backpack if you want something more convenient to carry your stuff around in. I mainly just used this to transport my gear on the plane and then carabined everything to the outside of the checked pack once I landed. At eight ounces, you can't really beat how ultralight this is, extremely compact when not in use, fairly durable, and a surprisingly large carrying capacity. Patagonia also makes a backpack with this same sort of design that might be worth checking out as well.
Date published: 2014-04-12
Rated 3 out of
good bag for light use onlyThis bag has been great for very low-impact stuff like traveling (aka, putting in my car, then putting in a hotel room or as a carry-on when flying). Nice pockets and zips, good size for overnights. However, the second I put heavier stuff in mine (my climbing gear), the ripstop fabric tore where the webbing straps meet the ripstop. I guess that's what you get for such a lightweight fabric. For low-impact, lightweight stuff, this is a great bag. Just don't push it...
Date published: 2012-12-14
Rated 5 out of
POOR BAG EXCEPT FOR EMERGENCYThis really is a poor bag except for emergencies or as a bag you throw in your normal luggage in case you need another bag to carry more stuff on the way home.,,Thin and, in my opinion, cheap construction.
Date published: 2011-12-20
Rated 5 out of
Very convenientHigh quality. Durable and lightly water resistant. Real weight 232 g (8.2 oz) bag on my scale. Stuffed size is roughly 15x20 cm (6x8 inches). The handle straps are designed to function as backpack straps.
Date published: 2011-10-12
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