• Lowe Alpine - AT Kit 90L Duffel - Pepper Red/Black
  • Lowe Alpine - AT Kit 90L Duffel - Pepper Red/Black
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Lowe Alpine AT Kit 90L Duffel

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    Tech Specs

    Material:
    TravelShield Grid N630, TPU coating
    Volume:
    90L (5490cu in)
    Shoulder Strap:
    yes
    Pockets:
    2 external zipper, multiple internal
    Compression:
    yes
    Closure:
    zip
    Dimensions:
    28in
    Claimed Weight:
    2lb 6.8oz
    Recommended Use:
    travel, casual
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    lifetime

    Take the stress out of your travel-luggage.

    Make sure your important items are kept safe and secure on your next excursion with the AT Kit 90 Duffel Bag from Lowe Alpine. The outer TravielShield Grid fabric is given a tough, durable TPU coating to prevent damage from moisture, abrasion, and just about anything else you can throw its way. A stashable shoulder strap makes carrying easy, while internal load compression straps offer a smooth ride, even when your bag isn't fully packed. Locking outer zippers help to keep things as secure as possible.

    • TravelShield Grid fabric with TPU coating
    • Stashable shoulder strap
    • Internal pockets
    • Internal load compression straps
    • Durable carry-handles
    • Locking outer zippers
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    Lowe Alpine AT Kit 90L Duffel is great

      Lowe Alpine AT Kit 90L Duffel is light and convinient for the long trip. When I got it, My family liked it too

      Planes, trains, and SUPER SICK SUITCASES

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I love this duffle for traveling. First off, they couldn't have done a better job with the wheels. Super sturdy even dragging them through the cobblestone streets or Cuenca. I also love the oversized handle. It makes it much easier to handle this bag over rougher terrain and I get less of that barrel roll action going over curbs sideways - which I seem to never be able to avoid. I like the sturdy closure system. In addition to the two zippers there are four compression straps on all four corners of the bag. Two are permanently attached and the other two flip open easily with the special third prong that keeps it locked during travel. The thick Travel Shield Grid is bomber - we use these bags to travel with lots of first aid supplies and technical gear and they always hold up. The back of the duffle is rigid so you can pack it with just a few things or load it up to the 90L capacity!

      Awesome and slightly funky

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

      I bought this bag as an alternative to the Patagonia black hole duffel. I have the blue one in the large size. I wanted a somewhat water resistant bag because i'll be traveling with a bunch of people in a car full of wet kayak gear in Chile for a month, and I want dry socks and a dry sleeping bag. So far I have tested it out on the wetest Moab trip ever (tent with inches of rain in it and an evac from canyonlands) and my stuff stayed dry. I also have it on a PNW trip now and it's doing the trick.
      The only thing that is kind of funky about it is the lack of plastic fastex buckles. It has these metal loop closures that are a pain, especially when it comes to the backpack straps (those are nice though!). I'm thinking I might pick up some 1" fastex buckles and try replacing the metal closures.
      Otherwise, the bag seems well made in general and is big enough for a long trip. I like the small zipper pockets on either side and the big zipper container inside.

      Kate - those metal buckles take a teensy bit of getting used to, but they won't break like a fastex buckle can, and they can be used even if you're wearing heavy gloves.

      Is this bag water-resistant? Doing a backpacking trip in Nepal and need a sturdy and water-resistant/proof duffel for gear.

      Best Answer

      it is water resistant, but not waterproof. Technically, in order to be considered waterproof it needs to be able to be fully submerged. This will protect against light rain, snow and water pray, but it wont protect against full submersion.