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Haul it all in the burly Mountainsmith Travel Trunk Duffel.

This tough-as-nails travel duffel will go to the ends of the earth loaded with skiing, climbing, biking, hiking, and travel gear. Ballistic nylon reinforcements ensure the Travel Trunk Duffel can handle tons of weight, and this durable fabric sluffs off abrasion when being dragged around the airport. You can carry this travel duffel with either a removable shoulder strap or padded haul straps. If you've packed a ton of climbing gear, have a friend grab one of the end handles and share the load. Mountainsmith gave the Travel Trunk two quick release compression straps to manage bulky loads and a small internal zippered pocket to keep small items separate.

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5 5

Good quality and is huge!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This has become my favorite piece of luggage for beach and mountain trips.

Great for packing clothes and other soft stuff. You can squeeze in shirts and jeans for at least a week if you pack them correctly (I got the medium one).

Is there a way to place a TSA lock on the...

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Is there a way to place a TSA lock on the Duffel?

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You can always lock the zipper tabs together, or lock the tabs to the plastic eyelet at the end.

For packing clothes, sleeping bag/pad and...

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For packing clothes, sleeping bag/pad and other soft hiking stuffs, weight limit 33lb, is the Large size OK? or the Medium one? thx

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I think the large will work, but it really depends on how compact the sleeping bag will get.

4 5

XL/XXL only 2 compression straps now

XL and XXL now have only 2 compression straps even though product pictures still show 3. Verified with Mountainsmith that product has changed. Still appears to be a robust and well-made product; time will tell.

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The dimensions of the extra large are...

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The dimensions of the extra large are 30X16X15. Which dimension is the height the 15 or 16?

5 5

High Quality...Simple...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is an excellent high quality bag. I successfully carried over 45 pounds of weight in the Medium. Nothing broke...or popped out of place. Its a well made bag with good attention to detail...

4 5

Great Big Bag!

I purchased the M & L and like them both. The large is huge...my husband and I can both pack in it for a weekend away or camping. It is very roomy and I really like the compression straps. The medium is smaller than I thought - I can pack in it for a weekend but not with much room to spare. I used it for random stuff, shoes & jackets when camping. I also like the durable fabric - wiped it clean with a wet rag - dog hair came right off.

5 5

MONSTROUS!

I actually considered getting a XXL for a weeklong trip to Colorado. We will be basecamping in a cabin in the mountains and doing several hikes and hopefully an overnight. I tend to pack more than I need for this type of thing. (I do a little better when I have to put it on my back:) I ended up going with an XL and had room to spare!

Be very careful and don't go overboard on size. Also I believe the XL can stay within size limit for checked bags on a plane (I have not tested this theory) But the XXL is definitely over the limit.

Does this bag fold well? I am thinking...

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Does this bag fold well? I am thinking of getting the XL as a 2nd bag to take on trips, would like to know what are its folded dimensions if indeed it can be folded up.

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My XL came in a plastic shipping bag measuring approx 18" x 23" and maybe 2" thick, so yes, I'd say it folds well.

5 5

Trunk it up!

This is my favorite travel bag. Period. End of story. I nabbed a red XL off S&C about 2 years ago now, and it has been everywhere with me since then. The last three months it has been traveling through Europe with me, moving from place to place daily. It virtually weighs nothing itself, and can thus be stuffed to the brim with goodies. Sure, it has no structure, so things could potentially shift around a little, but thats what the 3 compression straps are for...securing in all the good stuff. Once pulled tight, the straps held my bag so securely snug that I even traveled with bottles of wine and artwork through 6 countries and back home without anything breaking. This bag is perfect for almost any occasion. The only downside: I wouldn't recommend it for a trip where you will be potentially carrying it for awhile on your feet...it is sometimes deceiving, and can weigh much more than one would think after packing it chop full.

5 5

whatta great sack!

this thing is very large. for a weekend travel bag for two it is plenty roomy. cool inner zip pocket for your special items. also roomy. the zippers are oversized to perfection. and yes, one could even padlock them. i bought the large size. very heavy duty. i dont know what one would do with the bigger bags. alright i guess i can imagine.. i am not sure if my 70 liter backpack would fit in there. maybe.
i like this product very much and would recommend and would purchase again.

3 5

Bag in Large

I'm somewhat of a newbie to camping, etc. As a family man "car camper" my intention was to get a bag to fit tent, stove and telescope (along with other camping supplies) into a large duffle that i could also store these items in. That way i could just throw some clothes in, blankets, etc and grab it and go. I figured the L would be good for this and it was a reasonable price. However, when i recieved it, it was the same size as my large nike dufflebag (altho much better built for abuse). i would assume the XXL would be best suited for this purpose. i gave it 3 stars not because it was at fault for anything, just wasnt as big as i needed (insert jokes here).

5 5

Super XL Duper!

We have two of them, one black and one red, we use them to haul all of our SCUBA dive gear on vacation. They have been back and forth to Mexico, Grand Cayman (twice) and Grand Bahamma, hauls all the dive equiptment and cloths for a week in the tropics with much room to spare, they hit the 50LB weight limit way before they hit the capacity limit. These bags are big and burley! Can't wait to get the straps to convert them to backpacks for ease of getting through the airport!

4 5

Not what I expected, Still Good.

I ordered this bag (size Large) to pack my gear (including my pack) to check on a plane for a weeklong trek in the Rockies. The bag had plenty of volume bu the shape was short enough that my 70L pack did not fit very well. I decided this bag would not suit my needs so I returned it. It seems to be built very well, seemed sturdy and I debated getting a size bigger but in the end just carrired my pack.

5 5

Large = Perfect for Ski Gear

I have the large in red. It's awesome for packing up all the gear I'm going to put on to go skiing along with apres ski gear. It's big enough to hold boots, hats, helmets, jackets, gloves, food, etc for a full day of skiing. I can usually pack all my gf's boots and gear along with mine, with a little shoving. Perfect for winter sports where I pack a backpack full of stuff for the day and this bag full of the stuff I want to put on immediately.

5 5

Great Bag

I got the medium, and its great as a carry on. I want to get an XL also.

5 5

XL Travel Trunk: Burly and Massive

Couldn't pass up the SAC deal for the XL. I wanted to retire my old duffel, which has treated me well over the years, because of the zipper that would frequently fail if any stress was put on it. When I saw that this duffel had compression straps, I was sold.

My first impression was how freakin giant the XL is. I just now noticed that theres an XXL! Then I noticed how well built this thing is. ReDura™ fabric made from recycled PET bottles is the main body fabric reinforced with Kodroa, this thing feels like it can take some serious abuse. Burly straps and handles mock you as you contemplate how to stuff this thing yet the handles and shoulder strap will not begrudge you due to their generous padding. The YKK zippers are nice and tough. I have no fear of these separating under stress.

Unlike the smaller models the XL has 3 compression straps. The trademark logo and yellow bungee outlines a small zippered pouch on the outside. Great for keys and other small items that may need quick access. The inside back panel is one large zippered pouch.

My only wish is that there was an option for a sort of panels or light framework to hold its shape as well as partitions for organization since this thing is so freakin' cavernous. Otherwise, this thing rocks and I'll look into getting a smaller size for lighter travel uses. If I had paid full price, I'd certainly feel it was worth it.

5 5

Great for traveling

We purchased this bag for our Golden Retriever for traveling. It held all his stuff for a nine day road trip. When we got back I threw the bag in the washer and it came out looking good as new. We really were happy with this bag and Sam recommends it for humans also:)

Is it lockable?

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Is it lockable?

We are going to the Galapagos for 10...

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We are going to the Galapagos for 10 days...which size should we get? Which will be accepted for carryon?

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The maximum size carry-on bag for most airlines is 45 linear inches (the total of the height, width, and depth of the bag). So technically the largest size you can carry on is the Medium in this bag.

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