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Eagle Creek Cargo Hauler Duffel

Eagle Creek Cargo Hauler Duffel

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A Convertible, All-Season Duffel Bag

A burly bag with plenty of room for all your gear, the Eagle Creek Hauler duffel is ready for quick overnights and extended stays. It’s made from Bi-Tech: an abrasion-resistant, water-repellent fabric that’s built to withstand whatever Mother Nature can muster. The U-shaped lid gives you complete access to the main compartment, so you don’t have to pull everything out when you’re looking for something. The #10 zippers feature a rain shield that blocks water from entering, as well as finger-friendly pulls that are easy to grab with gloves on. The stress points have bartack reinforcements to prevent tearing. You can carry the duffel with the fully adjustable padded shoulder strap, integrated haul handles, or side lash handles. When you’re done, you can stuff it down into the front zippered pocket for easier storage. Best of all, the duffel is backed by Eagle Creek's "No Matter What" guarantee, meaning the company will repair or replace anything that doesn't stand up to the task.

Note: At checkout, choose the 60-liter duffel (base price) or the 90-liter duffel (+ $10) in your choice of black or blue asphalt. 

Specs

  • Eagle Creek
  • Capacity: 3,665 cu in (60 L), 5,495 cu in (90 L)
  • Material: Bi-Tech Armor Lite
  • U-shaped lid 
  • Easy-access zippered end pockets
  • Heavy-duty lash points
  • Padded bottom
  • #10 lockable zippers with storm flap shield
  • Rectangular silhouette 
  • Finger-friendly pulls 
  • Reflective 
  • Packs into its front-end zippered compartment
  • Bartack reinforcements
  • Removable backpack straps, padded top haul handles, side grab handles
  • Dimensions, 60L: 26.5 x 10.25 x 13.5 in (67 x 26 x 34 cm)
  • Weight, 60L: 1 lbs 12 oz (0.82 kg)
  • Dimensions, 90L: 28.75 x 12.5 x 14.5 in (73 x 32 x 37 cm)
  • Weight: 2 lbs 2 oz (0.99 kg)

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Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.

Estimated ship date is Mar 4, 2019 PT.

After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.

Recent Activity

A quick look at this duffle from eaglecreek in 60 L version, which I preferred to order on amazon (for 71 € delivered), not being sure to keep it for a long time and thus be able to get a refund. Indeed, I already own the duffle from mistery ranch in 40L and the aliteesigne in 46L. A small photo comparing the three and a feedback on the differences: I bought the alitte model first and I use it less often than the mistery ranch I take on almost every weekend, I explain why: - Certainly the allite is lighter, taller with a very nice color for my green model, and especially it will be forgotten in a drawer or another bag if you do not use it - But unlike the mistery model, it has no shape, the straps are less comfortable for extended wear and it has no interior storage, while there are several (4) on the mistery. In short, between these two, the bed is more like a trunk bottom bag that you won't consider if you know that you have to walk a mile or two to the station, but it makes sense at the bottom of the bag or suitcase, to allow you to bring back a lot of memories when you return. So much for these first two bags, let's go back to eaglecreek: - the finishes are good and like the bed, once folded in its pocket, it will take up little space. - it has two outer pockets at the ends, for shoes or dirty laundry, as on the mistery ranch - the fabric, although soft, seems strong enough to withstand most of your travels and bad weather, while having a total weight lower than mistery (0.9 kg < 1.5 kg) - on the other hand, just like bed rest, this flexible fabric will keep its shape less and be less comfortable to wear in the long term - still in the carrying and soft tissue section, it has no compression straps while the bed has an original system of strap and compression In short, I still hesitate to keep it because on some trips I need more volume than my mystery, although I would probably regret its carrying comfort. To conclude, my ideal duffle would be: - a rectangular format between the mistery and the eaglecreek (40 to 56 L); - a light fabric with an appearance like the alitte, a strength like eagle (cordura 500d rather than 1000d) and a stiffness like on mistery; - compression straps to modulate the volume; - carrying straps as comfortable as on the mistery - two pockets for accessories at the ends and four internal pockets as on the mistery; - a total weight between 1 and 1.2 kg; - a price ranging from $100 to $150; So final question, being split, do you think I should keep it? [image] [image]

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