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worth every cent, the best there is

    I travel to Argentina 8 or 9 times a year and am always bring the maximum amount of stuff each time, plus other places. I have a large Pelican suitcase and this. the pelican is for everything "breakable", camera gear and stuff that might pop if crushed. I started using this bag because I have two other Osprey back packs and they also rock. the pelican hard case weights in at almost 30 lbs [always over weight at check in$$$] empty this +8500cu in monster is 9lbs Two things that are really cool- the back compartment is almost a "hardcase" as it is protected by the plastic[?] poles and now that your personal toilet articles are a No no, they can weigh in with first aid etc, l have been putting them in the rear compartment of this bag. this is the finest large duffle made. I have bought and broken more bags in 10 years than I care to say but this thing is reasonable tough and roles great. Not "puncture proof"as the outside is a tough nylon not canvas, hence the weight saving, but the best duffel bag in the market.

    I would give this a 6th star if I could!

      An addendum to a previous review: Having completed a long range trip I cannot recommend this bag enough. I stuffed this thing to the gills, and it just kept taking more stuff. The side pouches were amazing a storing ready need items without sacrificing interior space. It saw some moderate abuse in that I drug it a half mile through Kuwaiti sand and gravel, and the wheels didn't even hiccup. Flight gear, 10 days of clothes, two coats, a pair of running shoes, and 5 sets of workout gear posed no problems, and I had room to spare. I will caution once again about the 50lb airline imposed limit. When I packed it, it was 77 lbs before I knew it.

      SOLID!

        Using a tape measure to visualize how big this bag is does not do justice! This is my first Osprey bag, but you can be assured that it's not going to be the last. Fairly light at around 10lbs, be EXTREMELY aware that you are going to blow right by the 50lb limit for the airlines. This bag will hold it all, and wear like iron doing it. I will write an addendum after a near future 10000 mile trip!

        I am considering buying this bag for a...

        I am considering buying this bag for a safari to Africa. Two questions - As the bag has no telescoping handle, is it comfortable to reach the handle and pull in an airport. I am 5'10" tall.. Also, assuming I don't load it too heavily, will the size of this bag make it through present airline requirements? Thanks

        1. you should be ok with pulling it, but if it's too uncomfortable why not attach a lanyard or show lace to pull it with? Sonds ghetto but it would work, I bet you'd want to take it off when it's being checked though, so it doesn't get caught up on conveyor belts and what not. Just a thought. 2. pack is 44x 20x 18 inches/110x49x46 cm. Most airlines have a carry on policy of 22” x 14” x 9” or 45 linear inch total. Is that what you meant? Because surely this isn't a good piece to use as a carry-on. All the Osprey's daypacks adhere to the 22” x 14” x 9” or 45 linear inch total guideline.

        Is this denier or, as the specs say,...

        Is this denier or, as the specs say, nylon?