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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
    • Item #MAR00DW

    Tech Specs

    Material
    1000D TPE laminate, polyester, [reinforcement] 1680D nylon ballistic
    Volume
    [small] 2300 cu in, [medium] 3050 cu in, [large] 4575 cu in, [x-large] 6700 cu in
    Backpack Straps
    yes, removable
    Pockets
    1 zippered end, multiple internal
    Claimed Weight
    [small] 2 lb, [medium] 2 lb 3 oz, [large] 2 lb 12 oz, [x-large] 3 lb 8 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing, river trips, travel
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
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    Camo, Size M

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this mainly as a gym bag to haul all of my boxing stuff... backpack straps & weatherproof were requirements, as I bike 6 miles to get to the gym. But enough about my workout... This bag is BIG, probably right at the limit of what you could fly with as a carryon. Worth mentioning... the backpack straps are actually pretty comfy for me (I'm 5'5") but my boyfriend who is a bit taller with wider shoulders wasn't that stoked on the fit. The main panels are really heavy duty everything-proof material, but the top & bottom are not... I have yet to take it out in the rain to see if moisture gets through.
    Last thing... the description really doesn't do the pockets/organization system justice. Marmot has done a great job of making a lot of them, all easily accessible, and large enough to be useful.

    Overall, great bag for both the gym and for sprinting through an airport because you refuse to show up the recommended two hours early for your flight.

    Almost a great bag

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    There are so many things about this bag that make it a near perfect duffel: its lower weight, ability to consume massive amount of gear, the pocket organization, the efficient carry and compression straps. The fatal flaw for me is the lack of waterproof fabric on the bottom. That fabric is very durable but has an open weave, unlike the bombproof laminate fabric used on the rest of the bag. Unfortunately, I am returning it.

    Awesome Heavy Duty Duffel

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I purchased this duffel right before I went on a three day canoe trip in Alaska. During the trip, it rained pretty much the entire time, and I put this bag through just about everything the Alaskan wilderness threw at me.

    Let me first start off by saying that this is not a dry bag, and is not supposed to be a dry bag. A lot of people buy this duffel and others similar to it because they are looking for a dry bag to keep all their stuff nice and cozy. If I were rating this as a dry bag I wouldn't praise it so highly. That being said, it does a pretty good job of keeping your stuff dry for being a duffel bag.

    As far as cons go, the only thing that seems sketchy about this bag is the clips on the backpack straps are small and plastic. (That being said, I abused this bag pretty well over the weekend and they held up great).

    As far as pros go, this bag is awesome for pretty much anything and everything except scuba diving. It's perfect for simple traveling with lots of room and compression straps that help the bag pack down nicely. On my canoe trip, I purchased the Large size, 75L, and I was able to pack clothes and food for 3-4 days, stove, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, and a tent. It rained every day and my bag was sitting in the bottom of the canoe the entire time. While a little bit of water eventually did seep through the parts of the bag without laminate, for the most part my stuff stayed nice and dry. (All my stuff was in neoprene bags anyway so it didn't matter.) Even though the bag got soaked, it dried out fairly quickly every night. My favorite part about the bag are the carrying handles on each end of the bag, they actually helped tremendously when I was picking it up and moving it around.

    Bottom line, this is the best duffel bag I've owned. This is a very heavy duty duffel bag that you can beat up and not feel bad about, and it's great for traveling in general. 5 stars!

    Awesome Heavy Duty Duffel

    This bag did the job.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I took this bag on a journey through several airports and there were some definite pros and cons. Pros: spacious and crunches down pretty well to fit in the overhead compartment or under the seat on the airplane. There are some handy backpack straps, which lets you get your hands free. The Cons were that the backpack straps were a little clumsy and uncomfortable--to be fair, this is a duffle bag with backpack straps, not a backpack--and if you extend the straps into a duffle, they work properly. Despite these Cons, I'm overall pretty happy with the purchase and rating a 4 stars.

    Measure it!

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

    Small is 38 liters, Pack Dimensions (Inches L x W x D) 20 x 11.5 x 12in
    Medium is 50 liters, Pack Dimensions (Inches L x W x D) 25 x 10.5 x 10.5
    Large is 75 liters, Pack Dimensions (Inches L x W x D) 29 x 12.5 x 12.5in
    XL is 110 liters, Pack Dimensions (Inches L x W x D) 34.5 x 13.5 x 13.5in

    Backpacking Asia and the Americas

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    this is the perfect carry on compliment to my back pack. it has allowed me to organize everything nicely as I travel the world... has been incredibly durable thus far. The material is tough and the zippers are thick. the extra pockets every where keep me safe from losing things. I'm using the small.

    Nice materials, small means SMALL.

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

    I think this will end up being a very durable duffel bag. However, the small is very much that.... a SMALL.... I couldn't see packing more than a weekends worth of stuff in it. That being said, seems like a nice bag.

    Great bag for what I needed!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought the Large for weekend excursions, car camping, and overnight canoe trips. I can fit my tent, two sleeping pads, two sleeping bags and all of the food for my wife and I to do a light overnighter. We just carry our other gear in small day packs. Last week we did an overnight canoe trip on the Middle Saranac Lake in Upstate New York and it worked perfectly! The material was water repellant enough to keep everything dry from paddle spray. The material is heavy but not overly bulky like some other duffels I've seen. I think it is just the right design and durability. It fits just right as a backpack. I can't wait to travel the world with this piece!

    Great bag for what I needed!

    Perfect size for overhead bins & lockers

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I travel nearly every week. Most of my travel is regional, so I fly a lot on the Horizon airlines Dash-8 (Bombardier Q400) turbo prop airplanes. You know the deal when taking on a carry on. You don't. You leave it on the Ala-carte luggage rack outside the airplane and when you land, you wait for them to offload your bag out of the hold and then pick up your back from the cart. Alongside 50-70 other people. It's a zoo. And if it's raining, you get wet. I'd rather have my bag with me in the cabin, so I opted for the Long Hauler Small size. Loaded up, it fits in the overhead compartment just right. The medium would not squish in there unless it was half empty. The ergonomics of the strap is great for carrying it and a backpack/computer bag. The option for carrying it like a backpack is appealing as well.

    The waterproof/water resistant shell is great for keeping things dry. I hit the gym when I travel and this bag easily fits into the small gym lockers. The inside compartments/zippers are nice. I keep some flip flops in the compartment in the big section and toiletries/padlock in the small one.

    I easily fit enough work clothes (professional) and gym clothes/shoes for a Tuesday - Thursday trip.

    I can't speak to the durability yet as I've only had it a month, but the construction is quality as most Marmot products are.

    Good bag

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I travel a lot for work. Short trips to conferences and long trips to Asia. I've been using this bag along with the marmot wheeled hauler carry-on. It has been a great set-up. This bag is very well made with great materials. The one issue I have with this bag has to do with the handles. There is one set of straps for duffel carry as well as backpack style carry, which is a cool idea, but both options suffer because they had to compromise. If the carry if duffel style but the bag isn't full, it will sort of fold in half because the carry handles are attached at each end of the bag. And when you wear it like a backpack, it suffers because the two attachment points at the bottom of the straps are too close together and actually sit between the bag and your back, which can be uncomfortable if you've got a lot of weight in the bag.
    I know this might sound harsh, but I do love the bag. It's well made and I plan on using it for a long time.

    Good bag for my traveling...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The Marmot Long Hauler XL is a good duffel for my usage. I haven't taken the bag on any outdoor expeditions or adventures thus far, so I don't have any input on just how rugged the bag is or what it can endure. It is extremely well made for a person who is looking to have a quality bag to take on road trips or vacations. The XL will hold days worth of clothing, shoes, and other necessities. The straps are designed to be carried over the shoulder, by hand, or even as a large backpack. Sturdy zippers and fasteners on the sides will certainly keep everything closed and secured. I actually have two of the XL size bags and there is more than enough room for anything I might want to take for an extended stay. The bag's materials, construction and stitching are top notch.

    Great Overnight Bag

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I travel with work and I've used this bag several times now (small size) for short trips. It appears to be very solidly constructed, and I love the backpack straps which make the bag extremely versatile. The small size makes it great as a carry on bag for flights when I only need a couple days worth of clothes and a Dopp kit. It also comes with a small mesh bag that is great for separating dirty clothes or an extra pair of shoes from my clean clothing. I've packed it to the brim and the zipper functions flawlessly: no catching. I purchased mine when it was on sale and it is definitely worth every penny and more!

    Great for Travel!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The significant other recently got a PhD position in Boston (I live in Ohio) and I was looking for something though enough to handle multiple airport trips. I got a large and its wonderful. Big enough to pack a couple weeks worth of clothes and tough enough to withstand being thrown around in baggage claim. The Straps are great for humping around and especially in that pinch when you are running to make your connection. I've got a nearly a years worth of use out of it and it looks no worse for wear.

    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.

    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).

    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.

    Unanswered Question

    The photos only show compression straps on the bags of some colours. I'm assuming this is simply because some photos are of medium bags while others are of large or extra-large?
    I'm interested in the large and extra-large. Do they all have compression straps?