Closeouts. As versatile as it is durable, Athalon's Under/Over rolling duffel bag is designed with a zip bottom compartment that can be rolled open to create extra packing space, or use to zip dirty laundry and shoes away from the rest of your bag.
Reviewed by Ikebukuro from Philadelphia on Saturday, April 25, 2015
It's big and I like that it's more tall than it is long. The problem is that the sides collapse, constantly getting in your way when you are packing or retrieving things. The collapse might be helpful feature for stashing the bag when not in use, but it's a problem if your travel involves leaving things inside the bag and not transferring them to a chest of drawers.
Reviewed by DaKeegs from Illinois on Friday, January 16, 2015
I bought this in 2013 and have used it on several weeklong and weekend cycling trips to carry clothing and gear and it has taken a decent amount of abuse and it has held up very admirably. No tears, straps have held up and the wheels still roll very well.
I would definitely would recommend this bag.
Reviewed by David from Doylestown on Thursday, January 8, 2015
Given to my college student son for Christmas. I did inspect this bag thoroughly and I admit I was envious. It has functionality and versatility and is comfortable to pull with the handle. It should provide years of great service.
Reviewed by Up North Girl from Wisconsin on Saturday, November 29, 2014
After taking this on 2 overseas trips, I am DONE with this bag. When packing it for the first trip, one of the buckles broke. There are no straps to keep items in the large compartment from moving around and iI really struggled to roll it on longer treks between stops or from the airport through the subway. The wheels seem to be undersized so the bottom of the bag drags on the ground unless at a perfect angle. It will be fine for car trips, but not for the purpose for which I had intended.
Reviewed by Anne D from APO, AE on Friday, January 3, 2014
Just purchased two of these to replace tired 15-year old duffel bags that needed repair. We needed something sizeable with good compartments, durability, and easy to haul through airports. They arrived yesterday and we love them - can't wait to try them out on an overseas move this spring. Only concern might be staying within weight limits - we could easily fill these to excess weight, but would rather have the space than the alternative. We also love that, when full, they are taller than most duffel bags, which will road trip packing much easier.