Sea to Summit Duffle Bag
- Transit: Great for carrying heavy loads a short distance like from the taxi to the check-in desk. Handles join together for extra length and 2 layers of cushioning. Easy length adjustment with ladderlocks.
- Large lid for easy packing and fast access to gear
- Dual-zipper is super durable and anti-theft
- Comfortable portage: Padded lid cushions the user from duffle contents. Top anchor points are close together to keep handles squarely on the shoulders. Wide section of handles spread the load. Ladder lock buckle on handles for easy length adjustment.
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Quick carry: Release handle webbing to full length. Magnet in centre of handles keep them together when the bag is put down. Thin section of handles are easy to grip. Knit underside for cushioning.
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a) heavy weight fabric and padded bottom, although this adds 2 lbs over a similar bag I'm considering (3.7 vs 1.6 lbs), I feel my gear would have more protection and the waterproof fabric would make me worry less about setting it on potentially damp ground.
b) backpack straps on top can be clipped on various ways to make a shoulder strap, or backpack straps
c) it felt relatively comfortable loaded and carried around the house as a backpack, better than the other bag I have which is a better duffle, but really uncomfortable as a backpack.
d) bright yellow interior makes it easier to find items inside
a) no hand clasp to join the straps for one-handed carry. the bag specs claim that magnets in the handles will link them together avoiding the need for fiddling with velcro, however, what is missing is the padded wrap around piece that could be used as a comfortable padded hand grip.
b) the magnets are not strong enough to hold the two straps together. I initially thought my magnets were missing, but I finally found one orientation where the magnets would weakly couple. However, when I picked the bag up and held it by one of the side handles, the magnets wouldn't hold leaving one of the shoulder straps to drag on the ground.
c) no exterior pockets of any kind. I could use a place to stash a water bottle, or a boarding pass or my phone. A few small things I'd like quick access too without opening the whole bag.
d) stiff and hard to zip and clamshell style opening means I have to set the bag down and completely unzip it to find anything inside
e) heavier and more expensive than any other duffel with backpack straps I'm looking at.
The conch straps work okay. They don’t compact the bag a lot, but I rarely use them anyway. It seems 65L is just enough for me, whether for week-long ski trips, weekend getaways, or two week-long work trips.
It would be nice to have an end pocket (like the Base Camp or Cargo Hauler), but I think that would make it too long to fit overhead on planes, or make it impossible to squeeze the fins in the bag. There is a small pocket on the flap, which is better for a book, keys, wallet, etc, than for dirty clothes.
The inability to remove all the straps was my main issue with the Base Camp and Black Hole bags. I also considered the Eagle Creek Cargo Hauler, but the material was too thin for me.