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As at home rolling through ancient narrow alleys in exotic locales as it is through gleaming modern airports, the Patagonia Black Hole 45L Wheeled Duffel does it all. Highly water-resistant thanks to the TPU-film laminate and DWR coating, and super durable because of the 1200D polyester fabric, the Black Hole 45L can take a beating—and keep rolling.

You can throw this bag around by its haul handles without fear, because the bottom is padded with foam to protect contents; and when you're traversing nothing but concrete, use the telescoping handle to pull this puppy and let the wheels do the working. Patagonia knows that load and tie-down options are essential with gear bags, so it has provided four corner-mounted webbing daisy chains for the big loads. Getting into the bag is a snap, with the U-shaped lid to the main compartment. Stay organized with the zippered exterior pocket and two zippered internal mesh pockets.

  • 1200D polyester and TPU-film laminate
  • DWR coating
  • Bound seams
  • Telescoping handle and haul handles
  • U-shaped lid
  • Foam-padded bottom

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Best Travel Bag!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love this bag! It fits so much stuff and easy to maneuver. It fits in almost all over head bins but beware that if they ask you to measure it in the little thing outside the won't fit and you will have to check it. I have only been asked once in 10 times to do this. It is super durable and would highly recommend!

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