Convenient and Durable.
Built to haul it all, the Mammut Cargo Light Duffel Bag doubles as an adaptive and convenient carry for all of your necessities. Available in a myriad of sizes, the Cargo Light easily caters to your overnight or multi-day trips alike. A durable fabric safeguards your precious cargo, while the padded backpack straps provide a comfortable and easy carry. Additionally, the included compression straps allow you to cinch down your load, and the external pocket also doubles a stuff sack for the bag, allowing you to pack it down when it's not in use.
- Keep your gear well organized with this duffel
- Durable face fabric safeguards necessities
- Zippered external pocket doubles as a stuff sack
- Padded backpack straps assure a convenient carry
- Daisy chain offers adaptive lash points
- Compression straps can be removed for your convenience
- Q & A
perfectly light and right
I was looking for a bag that I could travel with that didn't weigh much and could carry it empty in my suitcase to use on a trip when leaving my big wheeled luggage at the hotel of place I was staying. This was perfect, I have a couple base camp north face duffels for when I need something heavier duty. But with this mammut bag it's perfect, light and simple. I did find the straps on the side super useful for getting stuff behind them and they held stuff like a jacket rolled up perfectly. shoulder strap/carrying straps are great for carrying everything I put in it. I have the 40L size. nit picky but it could have a padded velcro strap to go around the handles but not a big deal. Oh, and the stuff sack pocket works great as a pocket and storing the bag in it, nice and tight. The compression straps come off too which is nice when you want to simplify things. kind of funny, what one of the other reviews did't like is exactly what I did like about it.
Compact, but flimsy
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
After using this bag for a month, I have given up: here is no way to organize my gear in it and have it feel stable on my back. The straps feel cheap and flimsy, and it is uncomfortable to carry. The upside is that it folds within itself to a very compact unit. I could see this coming in handy when I would need to bring an empty duffel with me, but for regular use, I would go for the marmot.