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Make expedition travel easier.

If you've ever tried to drag 100lbs of gear through the airport, then you know why Mountain Hardwear made the Juggernaut 115 a rolling gear bag instead of a duffel. When you load up all 7000cu inches of cargo space, you're definitely not going to want to carry this bag. Of course, it has to get to where you're going, so Mountain Hardwear gave it wheels and an extendable handle for easy strolling through the airport. External daisy chains let you strap this bag to busses, jeeps, and yaks. The Juggernaut 115 Rolling Gear Bag includes removable laundry and accessory pockets to help you stay organized during your trip to base camp.

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1 5

Looks tough, isn't

I ordered this bag for a move from Florida to California. It didn't hold as much as my Dakine Split Roller 100 despite advertising 15L more room and being twice as expensie. When loaded, it fell over unless leaning against something. The daisy chains are just for show, wouldn't fit the climbing line I used to lash it down. The extendable handle is clunky to get in and out of its storage slot. the bag is also heavier than most other bags in its class and pounds count at an airline counter. Only good thing about this bag is that I got it from Backcountry and they'll take it back.

Does this bag stand on its own or must it...

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Does this bag stand on its own or must it loan on something?

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drl. I have a 115 and it stands on it's own. Sometimes the only reason they don't stand is design or the wrong sized wheels. In the case of the Juggernaut... it should stand on it's own without a problem. Cheers!

2 5

Lots of ROOM BUTT

I have been travelling internationally for 1.5 years with this bag, and I hvae broken the handle on the bag twice ! Be cognizant the handle is not designed to carry a load that is consitent load bearing. So each time the handl broke I was under the load capacity. Wish they could make North Face handles for this product and it would be awesome ! Now, backcountry.com was exceptional with regard to customer service and their return policy. Now .... Northface will be my next product line to test and hopefully it will hold up, becasue I hate returning products just want one that doesn't break !

Does this pack split in 2?

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Does this pack split in 2?

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Rass. It does NOT split in two. What you see is what you get! Hope this helps.

Where is it made? Thanks.

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Where is it made? Thanks.

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The Juggernauts as well as many packs from many brands in the world are made in the Philippines.

5 5

Super bomber

Mountain Hardwear lent me this to review and from the moment I pulled it, it was magic. I mean, this roller is super burly it puts the rest to shame. You will never use a duffel again. They put super stable skate wheels on these. I've pulled this along gravel, dirt, ice, it's perfect. Inside, the main compartment is huge. I've put clothes, a pack, my whole Ice Climbing kit in there, ski poles, and the smaller compartments are very user friendly, you can stuff this then really synch it down. It's made it under the wire each time with the airlines. I also bought the 85 juggernaut for when I can't take such a large bag/don't need it. These are waterproof for standard travel scenarios. It would take a lot to damage the contents or the bag itself.

5 5

Best Gear Back I've Ever Had

this back is awesome. it's huge at 7000cu but it also is standard airline size, checks in no problem. i can put tons of gear in it, well organized and it's got wheels to easily roll around effortlessly. it has an external pouch for dirty shoes. it's got a detachable dirty cloths bag. it's got two mesh pockets inside for gear, and it's great to be able to see into them. the third pocket is covered, again for dirty shoes or whatever you wouldn't want to leak on the rest of the gear. the external straps are awesome for picking it up or strapping it in for a boat ride or rough back of a truck ride, etc.

my bottom line: this is the best back i've ever owned for traveling with gear... period.

5 5

Everything but the bike.

I travel to races - Ironman and 70.3-distance triathlons. I need to haul gear. Lots of it. And safely. The Juggernaut is the best piece of luggage that I've ever used. The frame and heavy-duty nylon give the bag shape and stability so you don't have to deal with floppy sidewalls while packing and it stands substantial on its own. It's super durable, well designed with thoughtful considerations (removeable zip-in mesh bags; well-placed, durable zippers; a comfortable handle; bottom bumpers for stability and protection; and cross-purposed strap/handles that clip across the top of the bag for extra reinforcement and easy carrying). I can fit all my tri gear (but the bike) and all the extras I need in it and still easily manage wheeling it around while I lug my cumbersome bike case behind me as well. I highly recommend it. Highly. I love it.

I work in tropical areas and tend to find...

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I work in tropical areas and tend to find myself in the rain with 2 or 3 bags. Does this bag have any waterproofing qualities?

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it's waterproof material for sure. however i think if it were in a downpour water might get in the zippers. it's pretty bomber though.

5 5

Big & beautiful

I need an extra large bag for an international relocation I'm about to make, and after seeing the prices for "typical" luggage brands and being kind of bored with how un-innovative and everyday looking they are, I decided to try a few of the "outdoor" brands' spins on airport luggage. This is the one I kept. It's huge: on a test pack, I was able to fit every pair of socks I own, 2 pair of shoes, 5 pair of jeans, about a dozen t-shirts, and a couple other things just to try to fill it up, and still had room to spare. Also extremely important to me, since this is a soft-shell: the bag has to be able to stand up by itself in the airport while I check in, wait in line, etc. This one does, fully loaded; others didn't. Finally, for those of you asking about dimensions (which I also thought was weird when I couldn't find them anywhere): I measure it at 16"W x 12"D x 33"H. I recommend this bag, despite the fairly hefty price tag, for its volume, quality construction (I note thick YKK zippers throughout), innovation (zippered compartments for organization), and cool looks.

What are the dimensions of the Juggernaut...

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What are the dimensions of the Juggernaut 115 and 85?
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The Juggernaut 115 is 16"W x 12"D x 33"H.

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question. i know this will stand the test...

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question. i know this will stand the test of time, however, with all the flying i do, does this rolling beast have the dimensions that will allow it to fly without hassle from the airlines? i'm in an airport about twice a month and none are in the US. should i go with the 85 instead?