Reviewed by Langhorne Slim from Boise, ID on Sunday, September 7, 2014
I work for an airline and use this bag as my checked bag for all the climbing hardware on mountaineering trips to WA, CO, OR and here in Idaho. It fits an amazing amount of stuff, is highly functional, and looks great! Might not hold it's shape as well as a similar bag by NF and not nearly as waterp...
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Reviewed by HH from Utah on Thursday, January 28, 2016
The bag itself is probably awesome. My review is less than awesome though because STP sent me this bag in used condition. It was dirty, worn, and nowhere near sellable condition. Yet they sold it and sent it to me. I returned it promptly and they are sold out now... Awesome...
Reviewed by Rocki from Colorado on Wednesday, January 27, 2016
There is a lot of room in this bag, it could easily be used for a week long trip. The 2 metal hooks that hook into the loops to create the backpack straps are hard to get through but i'm pretty sure that is intentional so they will not slip out. It has some nice zippered pockets as well so you could put shoes or dirty things away from the rest of your things. Nice heavy duty coating on the outside should help it hold up to heavy use.
Reviewed by Drstovetop from Washington on Monday, May 11, 2015
I took this duffel out this weekend for a short camping trip. To say the least, for a two night stay it was too much bag. I packed a two person, four season tent, clothes for three days (extra clothes in case it got cold), sleep wear, my sleeping bag, and a handful of electronics and this thing was still not full. I could have easily packed everything I needed for the whole weekend trip into this bag, food and all. I could easily pack enough stuff for a two week trip if I wanted to.
The shoulder straps are actually really awesome the way that they attach. On one end they are permanently attached while the other end has a loop to connect the strap to. It is also super comfortable wearing it as a backpack.
My only recommendation is to consider how much space you need. This thing is seriously huge! The rest is perfect. No regrets, I will have to resist purchasing the medium and small so I have a more versatile set for various sized trips.
I wouldn't say this bag is waterproof. Water resistant would be a much better descriptor. I use mine to carry camping and climbing gear to the start of adventures, but would not sub it for a dry bag on a rafting trip for example.
Answered on 1/18/2015 8:48:40 PM by Langhorne Slim from Boise, ID