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Sea To Summit Traveling Light Ultra-Sil 40L Duffel Bag - Color-Block

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Overview

About Sea To Summit Traveling Light Ultra-Sil 40L Duffel Bag - Color-Block

Closeouts. Whether you're traveling across town or across the globe, take along this Sea to Summit Traveling Light Ultra-Sil duffel bag, crafted in super-lightweight Cordura® Ultra-Sil fabric with an easily packable design that stores in it's own stuff sack.

Specs

Specs about Sea To Summit Traveling Light Ultra-Sil 40L Duffel Bag - Color-Block

  • Style: Duffel
  • Capacity: 2440 cu.in.
  • Carry options: Hand
  • Material: Ultra-Sil
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 11.8x23.6x11"
  • Weight: 2.8 oz.
  • Made in China
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3.000000 5 Overall Rating: 3 Based on 1 reviews

Most Helpful 3-Star Review

Lightweight & tough, odd shape though
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Paula B from Long Island, NY on Sunday, June 3, 2018
I really like this bag, it ia lightweight & tough & holds a lot. Small enough to carry in its stuff sack in my purse when I can get it in there. Necessary item for me since stores are charging for grocery bags now. Couple dings on the rating are: The color is more of a pea soup green than a lime... Read More
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  • Lightweight & tough, odd shape though
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Paula B from Long Island, NY on Sunday, June 3, 2018
    I really like this bag, it ia lightweight & tough & holds a lot. Small enough to carry in its stuff sack in my purse when I can get it in there. Necessary item for me since stores are charging for grocery bags now. Couple dings on the rating are: The color is more of a pea soup green than a lime green, color doesn't matter much to me, but it is ugly. I did not notice in the pictures that one end is bigger than the other giving it a shoe-like or wedge shape instead of a normal tube-like duffel. The stuff sack is impossibly tiny. I spend lots of time camping & stuffing gear into stuff sacks & this one is just too small. I managed to get it in the sack by zipping up the zipper first & really working on it, I had to take breaks because my fingers were cramping up...I got it finally. Shouldn't be that hard. Still like it.

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About Sea To Summit

The idea behind Sea to Summit started back in 1990 when an ambitious Aussie named Tim Macartney-Snape hiked solo from India’s Bay of Bengal all the way to the top of Mount Everest -- without oxygen. Tim’s expedition, the first-ever sea-to-summit ascent of Everest (8,848 meters of elevation gain), took four months. After returning to Australia, Tim and friend Roland Tyson launched the Sea to Summit brand with the intent to produce innovative, lightweight and well-made outdoor gear for fellow adventurers. Today, Sea to Summit dry bags, sleeping bags, multi-purpose tarps and paddling accessories are sold all over the world.