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Pack or duffel? Why not both?
Eagle Creek designed its Systems Go Duffel Pack in a unique way so you can carry it as a duffel bag or a true backpack, and not in that uncomfortable, "let's just slap some webbing on the sides and call it a backpack" sort of way. On the contrary, padded Air Mesh covers the back panel and shoulder straps to wick the moisture off your body and keep you sweat-free after you bolt to your flight, and a padded hip belt maintains a balanced level of support when you're carrying heavy loads. You can tuck the hip belt away and combine the detachable shoulder straps to make a single crossbody strap when you want to rock the duffel bag.
Eagle Creek made the Systems Go out of Bi-Tech to resist water and remain durable for many years. Apart from its large main compartment, this duffel pack features a sleeve sized to fit most 15-inch laptops, an external side pocket for quick access to your essentials, and a lockable bottom compartment with an internal zippered divider to create two compartments for better organization. Multiple compression straps, lash points, handles, and reflective accents enhance this pack's convenience, and Pack-It System compatibility means you can stack five Pack-It cubes (sold separately) in the main compartment for a completely organized pack.
- Air Mesh back panel and backpack straps
- Padded, tuck-away hip-belt with adjustable strap
- Removable shoulder straps convert to single crossbody strap
- Zippered front panel access
- Water-resistant Bi-Tech fabric
- Sleeve sized to fit most 15-inch laptops
- Lockable bottom compartment with internal zippered divider
- Exterior side zip pocket
- Front, bottom, and side compression straps
- Multiple lash points, handles, and reflective accents
- Pack-It System compatibility
- Item #EAG000B
- Q & A
Good convertible for taller people
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I was really excited about this pack because I am looking for a pack/duffel combo for longer int'l trips and need a waist belt. There aren't many out there. The material feels durable and the amount of adjustability throughout the fitting system is admirable, unfortunately it wasn't enough for someone my height (and weight I guess): 5'4". The pack is fine empty, but once full the weight pulls back even with straps in their smallest configuration, chest clipped and waist fully cinched. Would definitely suggest to anyone taller than 5'6" ish.
Excellent Travel Option
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
My brother's review on this pack:
This backpack was excellent for travelling and gear storage. I took a trip to Greece specifically to climb. I used only this bag and I was able to pack all my clothes and toiletries in the bottom compartment, a first aid kit, multi tools, head lamps, and a couple books in the top compartment and a full rack of quick draws, alpine draws, 6 lockers, two belay devices, two harnesses, two pairs of climbing shoes, a 50 ft and a 20 ft accessory cord, 50 ft of webbing, a set of nuts, a set of tri-cams, a separate day pack, a 1.5 liter Nalgene and an 80 meter rope in the main compartment. I am a savvy packer and was amazed at how much I could fit in this thing. There was even a small amount of room left in each compartment. It had a separate side compartment to store all the straps in when checking the bag which was nice because Iâve had buckles broken and straps torn in the past after checking a backpack. Every time I got the bag at baggage claim there were there were new scuffs and scratches but it never wore through the material and nothing ever broke on the bag. It has a ton of gear loops too which made gear organization super easy. The only negative feedback I have is that it doesnât have any sort of frame. It still wasnât too bad to wear around for a few hours at a time. Sizing is easily adjustable to share between users.