Haglofs Flight Bag - Medium

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About Haglofs Flight Bag - Medium

Closeouts. Made of super-tough ripstop nylon, Haglofs Flight bag is a great way to protect your backpack during air travel. With its detachable shoulder strap and grab handle, it can also be used on its own as a travel bag.

Specs about Haglofs Flight Bag - Medium

  • Style: Duffel
  • Capacity: 7139 cu.in.
  • Carry options: Hand,Shoulder
  • Material: 210 denier polyurethane-coated ripstop nylon
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 15.75x33.5x13.75"
  • Weight: 1 lb. 1.2 oz.
  • Made in Viet Nam
  • Cannot ship to Europe, China, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan

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Reviewed by In the woods from Seattle, wa on Saturday, August 15, 2015
This bag is not a duffel bag. It is not meant as a stand alone hauler. It is a specialized bag for traveling with a backpacking pack.

If any strap of your backpack gets caught in the conveyor belt at the airport, the airport personnel will CUT THAT STRAP OFF. It is for this reason airports reco... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Luke from China on Saturday, September 12, 2015
    it is large enough,lightweight, pack able. Good qualify, worth the deputy of the brand!
    It is perfect for shipping goods with flight.
  • Reviewed by In the woods from Seattle, wa on Saturday, August 15, 2015
    This bag is not a duffel bag. It is not meant as a stand alone hauler. It is a specialized bag for traveling with a backpacking pack.

    If any strap of your backpack gets caught in the conveyor belt at the airport, the airport personnel will CUT THAT STRAP OFF. It is for this reason airports recommend you don't fly with a camping pack as your luggage. I know this because it happened to us, and when we asked about getting compensated at the airport they told us "tough luck, don't fly with a strappy backpack". (To North Face's credit, they repaired it for us without a charge) Of course, people go on expeditions and travel to places by plane to backpack, so naturally you want to take a backpack. We were lucky, our pack hip strap was cut on the way home. Imagine getting to some remote destination and you can't use your back pack.

    This bag is specifically for putting a backpack inside of when traveling. Mostly for airports. It doesn't hold its own shape, and it's not meant to hold things on its own like a duffel.
    We bought two for our upcoming trip to Alaska and other trips because I don't want to have to repair another pack.

    The reason it has a zipper on the end but not across the top is because most backpacking/camping backpacks are accessed from the top these days, therefore, a zipper across the length of the bag would be useless because you couldn't get your stuff out.

    If you want to get somewhere with your backpack in one piece, I recommend this bag. Fits our Haglofs matrix 60 liter well, and while it's not fitted, it should do its intended job nicely.
  • Reviewed by Bird Keeper from Charlotte, NC on Friday, June 19, 2015
    I got this to store my car's dust cover. For that purpose, it works great. As a regular duffle bag, I don't think it is the best choice.
  • Reviewed by z-bikes from UP of MI on Friday, June 12, 2015
    I bought this to stow my gear in when cycling on organized rides where your camping gear gets transported from stop to stop in trucks. Nowhere in the description does it state that the only opening is on the end. It comes inside out and stuffed into a small inside pocket. After pulling it out of the pocket it took me 5 minutes to find the zipper since I kept looking on the 4 long sides. Who ever heard of a duffel bag without a full length zipper in the top? I gave it 2 stars since I may keep it anyway because it was so inexpensive. ($22) Not a particularly heavy bag and does not keep it'a shape at all when empty.Supposedly it's a backpack bag for shipping your pack but it's not even the right shape for that. It's really not worth any more than the $22 I paid and certainly not worth the listed $79 retail.

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