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Lives up to its name.
Osprey's Transporter 130 Duffel Bag readies you for quick getaways to cabins in the mountains and condos across the country. The main handle converts to shoulder straps when you need to sprint down the terminal, and padded grab handles keep your hands prime while you wait for a taxi. The top U-zip provides a wide access so you can grab anything out of your bag simply. To help with organization, Osprey put pockets on every side of this duffel. D-ring attachments let you add Osprey's plush shoulder strap (sold separately).
- Main handle converts to shoulder harness
- Padded grab handles
- Top U-zip access
- Zippered top, front, and side pockets
- D-ring attachments
- Item #OSP001T
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Osprey transporter 130
On my way to Moab!
You can fit humans inside this thing!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This bag is HUUUGGGEEE! We honestly fit my buddy's gf inside of this thing (with her permission of course). I thought about goin with the patagonia black hole bag, but then I thought, "nah, might as well stick with Osprey, cuz I already know they kill it in every way imaginable".
Features: huge roomy main compartment to just throw all your gear in there, organized or not. it also has a few other smaller zip pockets, one on the inside, one on the top, and two on the outside. The material is tough, and i have actively tried to beat the crap out of mine. Hasn't made a dent yet, and hey, when it does, Osprey will send me a new one or fix it, no questions asked. The carrying straps are nice, except for let's be honest, wearing this thing like a backpack is like trying to strap a small truck to your back- it just wasn't made to travel very far on your back, simply because of its size. Especially when it is super loaded down with gear, I just carry it with the normal handle (or even have a buddy help me carry it with the side handles). It's kind of a car-to-campsite type duffel.
Carrying Capacity: This bag is ideal for someone who is going to be taking a trip with lots of gear. And I mean LOTS of gear. For example, I went on a trip to southern Utah to bike and climb and camp. I was able to fit all my biking stuff (helmet, shoes, big pump, tubes, repair tools, biking clothes), all my climbing stuff (two ropes, quick draws, harnesses, shoes, helmet), my camping gear (sleeping bag, pad, pillow, knife, headlamp, cooking utensils), and all of my clothes for the weekend. I was amazed at how this bag swallowed gear.
If you are looking for a bag that can handle abuse and fit all your belongings inside, this is the one.
Ski crampons, boot crampons, skins , avy gear, ice ax, climbing rope, ski clothes , extra down jackets.... I put everything in it.... With room to spare.
Lots of great pockets to stash, batteries, ski goggles, head lamps all the loose items you may want to keep contained.
Great comfy shoulder straps.