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Backcountry Trekker 60L Duffel Bag

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    Tech Specs

    [main body] 300D tarpaulin, [lining] 210D nylon, DWR finish
    60L (3661cu in)
    Backpack Carry:
    Shoulder Strap:
    yes, stowable
    1 zippered exterior, 2 zippered interior organizational
    U-shaped zipper
    [L x W x H] 25.5 x 13.5 x 12.75in
    Claimed Weight:
    2lb 15oz
    Recommended Use:
    casual, travel
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    limited lifetime

    Trekkin made easy.

    From week-long trips across the country to distant travels across the sea, the Backcountry Trekker 60L Duffel Bag gets the job done with rugged efficiency. This versatile duffel pack can be worn as a backpack for convenient on-foot travel, and it's built with hefty tarpaulin that loves the rough life. Compression buckles help you pack efficiently, but also double as a gear attachment points, and an assortment of zippered pockets help you organize your smaller effects—the internal pocket is even water-resistant if you need to store wet clothing or gear away from the dry.

    • Large duffel for visiting distant lands and new places
    • Durable construction withstands rugged adventures
    • DWR treatment keeps your clothing dry in a light rain
    • Water-resistant internal pocket for organizing wet and dry gear
    • Stowable shoulder straps double as a backpack carry
    • Gear loops and compression straps help you stay organized
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    Massive space and great features!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This bag is fantastic. It has become my "go to" bag for travel, camping, the gym, weekend trips and pretty much everything else. I was previously using a goruck2 but needed more space. I bought this bag for the price and have not been disappointed. I use my office gym and can pack, shirt, shorts shoes, a beach towel, my coleman 9-can lunch bag, weight belt, knees sleeve, protein drink, toiletries, and nalgene water bottle. This doesn't even come close to filling up this bag. I think I could even get a foam roller in there if I actually tried to organize things. After the gym, the wet compartment is great for sweaty clothes and towel.

    That being said, I have three improvements I'd like to suggest. One a flap over the zipper on the pocket on the non-waterproof end or a "shower cap" rain cover for that end. I got caught in a heavy down pour on a hike and this zipper, on top, is the only thing that leaked. The other suggestion is a minor one because of my body shape. I'd like the shoulder straps to be about 2 inches further apart, as they tend to pinch a bit after a few minutes of walking. The third would be an accessory single shoulder strap that connects to the existing backpack straps mount points.

    tldr; Great bag! Mega-big; Lots of features. Weather-proof not waterproof. Needs a shoulder strap and a little more space in the strap mount points.

    Hey JJ,

    Glad you love the pack and it's worked for you. Want to let you know that you can take off one shoulder strap, lengthen the other and connect it to the other, now vacant, attachment point. Boom, shoulder strap!

    Burley, comfortable, practical.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The materials for this bag can take a beating!
    I love the extra gear loops on the outside, make sit easy to attach other small things on, or secure the pack here and there.

    The backpack straps are not annoying or painful as similar duffel can be. At this price range too, it can definitely contend it's competitors. Its too soon to tell but this dufflel feels like it can be thrown and dragged down a mountain or two and then still last you about a lifetime.

    Excellent bag and very large

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have used this bag on many flights and car trips and it has not disappointed me. The pockets are great with the large end pocket for shoes or other items being of great use. Keep in mind, this duffle is much larger than a 60L Patagonia which I also have, so that can be an issue for carry on travel if you pack it completely full.
    It has kept everything dry in the rain and has faired well even as a checked bag.

    exactly what I wanted

      Bag is perfectly sized for my needs, and stylish ta boot

      Unanswered Question

      Can this be worn as a backpack

      One of the best duffels I've used

        Carrying this pack on your pack actually feels good and not like an afterthought feature thrown on.
        Waterproof - Check. Comfortable to carry- check, Durable - check. It's got the most compartments and the most uninterrupted space while still being lighter than most comparable duffel.
        Stowable shoulder straps tuck away. Compression buckles make packing more efficient and can also work as gear attachment points, and I dig the zippered pockets.
        My ideal uses would be travelling and car camping.

        Perfect all around duffel

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        This is the Black Hole or Base Damp Duffel re-invented! This thing is so durable! Rep the goat and have a great trip wherever your adventures lead you!

        Well-built so far

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        We used this on the plane to transport hiking equipment for a Grand Canyon trip. We shoved everything we needed into the bag and it seemed like we kept finding nooks and crannies for places to put stuff. We also packed our hiking poles. The main compartment is spacious and really does kind of swallow it all. The shoe compartment provided you an opportunity to put plenty more items and kept on expanding. The material is well made. It's thick and isn't very pliable. It's sturdy and that's what you need. Despite having two sets of hiking poles in there (one of which had to go in at an angle as they were so long) they didn't poke through or cause any indentations. The zippers are massive and managed to shut without making you feel like they were going to bust at the seams. We didn't use the backpack conversion straps. Honestly they look a little thin to use comfortably but I have no intention of carrying it like a backpack. It's a good purchase and one that will last for many years I suspect.

        How much does the duffel weigh?

        Hey Kari!

        I want to say its about 2lbs 9ounces but we will update the weight as soon as we can get that weighed in and confirmed for the website!

        Hey Kari, That weight got confirmed and it's 2lb 15oz!

        Does this bag have lockable zippers?

        Best Answer

        You could fit a travel lock through the ends (see pic), however these aren't the overlapping style you'd find on a piece of luggage.

        You could fit a travel lock through the ends (see pic), however these aren't the overlapping style you'd find on a piece of luggage.

        Backcountry Trekker's daily commute

        Backcountry Trekker's daily commute

        Best Duffle bag!

        This bag fit my ladies wardrobe, 2 dogs, and my dirty undies. This bag is simple with plenty of simple pockets to separate whatever you need to. I really dig the straps, and how it can be run as a backpack as well. This bag looks amazing as well. Mucho approved!

        Best Duffle bag!