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Ready for navigating across bustling cities and hectic airports, the Mystery Ranch Mission Duffel 40 carries your gear when you're cruising across town and traveling to distant locales. The padded shoulder strap and tuck-away backpack straps allow for fast, efficient transport. It's sized just right for overnight business stays and leisurely weekend escapes.
- Workhorse bag for daily use and weekend escapes
- Rugged nylon with water-resistant TPU coating
- Horseshoe-shaped opening for easy access
- Roomy main compartment with four interior pockets
- Tuck-away backpack carry and removable shoulder strap
- Item #MYT0014
- Q & A
Rock Solid Carry On Bag
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I purchased this bag for short 2-3 day business trips. I wanted something durable, that had some organization (pockets), that I could easily carry, and that looks good. The Mystery Ranch Duffel pretty much nails this. Previously I was using a Flow Fold Conductor duffel, and before then a Patagonia MLC w/wheels. The conductor was just to basic for me - it has no organization, and though I used the MLC for years, it's organization never worked for me, and I didn't like loosing space to a wheel system that seemed unnecessary.
So here's the skinny:
Quality build - great zips and material
Light - it's constructed with beefy materials, but it doesn't weigh a lot.
It carries beautifully. The strap is slung so that hangs from it's side (not the top), so it doesn't feel bulk. It's more like carrying a messenger bag. It works perfect for me. Typically, I'm also carrying a back pack. I can throw the duffel on my shoulder while my pack is on and comfortably navigate airports.
Con: It doesn't seem to have as much space as other 40L bags that I have. I wonder if the 55L would be viable for carry on. It think it's specs are greater than the airline restrictions, but rarely do I see airlines hold a hard line on those restrictions.