Customer Reviews Of:
Marmot Long Hauler Duffel Bag - Small

Closeouts. Ultra-durable and spacious, Marmot's Long Hauler duffel bag features an ultra-durable, easy-to-load design for world travels and outdoor adventures.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gary from Georgia on Saturday, March 24, 2018
    Great small bag, well made and designed!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by likes quality from Yakima on Wednesday, March 14, 2018
    Great bag - perfect size for gym or small trips. But mine came without the stuff sack.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mi2CaMatt from San Luis Obispo on Friday, March 2, 2018
    "Small" size is actually perfect for a weekend duffel ... also ships in a reusable tote that I am now storing my shell jacket in ... I bought the "Mini Hauler" toiletries bag on here too and it makes for a really great little combo. The backpack straps are very functional as well. Killer deal ...
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bogie01 from Seattle on Sunday, February 25, 2018
    Using this for my gym bag, just the right size. This bag is nice and well made.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Devin the dude from Boston on Wednesday, February 14, 2018
    Bag is highest quality materials, zippers rock, plenty of pockets (2 in the main part, 1 mesh in the side pocket). The reason I chose this bag was because of the straps. No other bag, Patagonia, north face, Gregory have Only 2 straps, they All have 4. Basically the other bags have 2 non-removable straps with a Velcro for a handle, and 2 straps that are removable for a backpack/over the shoulder with Velcro. Marmot only has 2 non removable with velcro. they can be used all three ways (backpack, shoulder, and handles). I chose it because I dont want extra straps and have to remove and store them. But there is one CON that I found when I got it.

    I velcro them together, loosing the straps all the way and toss the bag over my shoulder. Because the bag is small, it’s never heavy, so it stays tight against my back and doesn’t slide down. The CON is that The short length of the straps mean it can’t dangle by your side. So that’s why it’s gotta go behind you or else it’s right under your armpit which ain’t gunna work. But I prefer it behind me. Backpack mode sucks cuz the straps fall off your shoulders.

    It’s nice to have the length to be able to throw it over your shoulder and dangle it by your side. But it’s small so I either hold it in my hands or throw it over my shoulder and slide it behind me and it stays nicely as I walk. That way my hands and front are free and I just forget about it.

    That’s my only piece of advice. If I got a bigger duffel i’d Go with a bag with a dedicated shoulder strap bc I might need to dangle it by my side. But I’m glad I got this one over other brands because others are so strap heavy.

    Hope this helps.
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