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For the long haul.

Marmot built the Long Hauler Duffel Bag tough so you can play it hard on your vacations. Haul this burly bag up mountainsides, down rivers, and on the sketchiest airplanes you can find—the Long Hauler can take it all. Its laminated shell protects your gear from moisture while the ballistic reinforcements keep wear-and-tear to a minimum. This duffel also features a removable shoulder strap that converts to carry handles, multiple internal pockets for total organization, haul loops, compression straps, and a zippered end pocket for smaller items like your phone, wallet, and snacks.

  • Laminated shell
  • Ballistic reinforcement
  • Removable shoulder strap
  • Large D-shaped main zipper with rain flap
  • Zippered end pocket, multiple internal pockets
  • Compression straps, haul loops

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4 5

Gave as a gift.

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Blue for my boy! My nephew, technically. He's always going places and I thought since he's still at that age where he won't destroy everything that we would test this out. It shows durability and a good size in the small. I love Marmot products but if you want a really tough duffel I would get something different. This is a great weekender or something to take camping. TSA might tear this up.

What size would be the best option for a carry on duffel?

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You might be a medium but a small definitely. i like to use the rule anything under 45L. Seems to be successful for me.

1 5

Save the hassle, upgrade to a better bag

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

Purchased this for my girlfriend as a durable bag to hold gear and throw in the car on weekend trips. Also planning on using it for a travel bag for an upcoming ski trip to BC.

The second time she used it, the stitching on one of the carrying straps blew out. Pretty obvious that it was a defect: the seam peeled apart and the webbing/strap came right out and the bag was only 1/2 full with just clothes. The other of the two backpack style straps was fine and the stitching was heavy enough that it became clear the one that broke did not have equivalent stitching.

Not the end of the world and I should have inspected the bag before using it. But when I called Marmot they told me 4-5 weeks to repair the bag. Our BC trip was before that and I asked for a replacement since it was clearly a manufacture defect. No luck. Just the same 4-6 week timeframe for a repair. I think that's kind of weak.

Spend the extra money and save yourself the bs and the run around, buy a Black Hole duffle from Patagonia. Better product (opinion) better customer service (fact).

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I've had the 90L and 150L TNF bags for years now, have brought them on countless trips including canoeing, and they are simply bomber. That being said, I have the huge Marmot rolling version of this bag, and it has survived international baggage handlers in multiple airports without a scratch. Marmot is definitely solid.