Columbia Sportswear Lode Hauler 105 Duffel Bag
About Columbia Sportswear Lode Hauler 105 Duffel Bag
Closeouts. With an ultra-tough exterior and an easy-to-clean liner, Columbia Sportswear's Lode Hauler 105 duffel bag is equipped to haul the gear you'll need for hunting, fishing or family camping trips.
Specs about Columbia Sportswear Lode Hauler 105 Duffel Bag
- Style: Duffel
- Capacity: 6451 cu.in.
- Carry options: Shoulder,Hand
- Material: 100% polyester tarmaq
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 11-1/2x33x17"
- Weight: 3 lb.
- Made in Viet Nam , China
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
We liked it so much upon arrival that we ordered the smaller size for a carry on.
Reviewed by Whoever from NY on Wednesday, September 11, 2013Product dimension is deceiving as side walls are sloped, won't hold as much stuff. Inside is made of really cheap tarp. Guess it doesn't matter much since is sold out.
Reviewed by MomOf4 from Utah on Wednesday, July 24, 2013I am loving these bags! Bought them for a trip out of country. They meet airline specs for checked luggage without being oversize. When they arrived I thought they looked small compared to my large suitcase. However, they are not small at all! They hold a ton. When filled they look bigger than my suitcase now! Quality is excellent. The inside is like a tarp, very strong. I love the straps across the top to help cinch in or just secure the pack. The zipper are excellent quality. Great handles also. I love there is a shoulder strap too, but it is a little weird how it attaches to the bag. I am expecting that we will come to understand why it is attached that way during our trip. I also think they look VERY nice. Super happy!
Reviewed by Emily from MN on Friday, June 7, 2013This duffel bag is way bigger than I was expecting! Definitely not for day trips to the gym or anything, but probably would be perfect for camping, weekend trips, etc. The inside is a tarp-like material, so I am guessing it is pretty waterproof, and/or ideal for wet items. The strap on this bag is diagonal so that you can carry the bag cross-wise across chest. Overall, seems like a quality bag.
Reviewed by Trulyb from Asheville, NC on Monday, June 3, 2013The handles seem pretty much useless to me since they are set over to the side and are so short that you can't bring them together in the center to lift the duffel. I could have probably dealt with the strap hanging across the bag from opposite sides, but the handles were a deal breaker.
Reviewed by mountains from PNW mountains on Thursday, April 11, 2013haven't used it yet, I just threw my ski boots & clothes in it & am waiting for a late season storm til I end up using it but it seems well built & is huge.