We’re heading into a major travel season. You’ll need something to put your clothes in, and all the better if it’s something that’s as inexpensive as this.
Not too gymish to take on a vacation, and not too vacationy to take to the gym. Over 2,000 cubic inches of storage space, so it’s big enough to be a true weekender, and stacks up well against a standard sized duffel from Hilfiger.
The straps are a soft but fake leather-like material, and while the exterior isn’t Kevlar strong, it’s not paper thin either. Plenty sturdy enough to hold clothes, shoes, and maybe a bottle of wine or something else heavy. The interior is a red candy stripe, but getting to it shows the one drawback: The zipper is kind of flimsy.
Want to support a company that makes their gear here in the U.S.? For a few bucks more, see the Primer Magazine approved Possibilities Bag from Beckel Canvas. A little smaller but made in Portland.