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Big kids organize their gear.
There's nothing worse than digging through a massive duffel bag to find your trail running socks or bike jersey. Do yourself a favor and keep your gear organized with the Osprey BigKit 75L Duffel. This specialized duffel bag is fitted with a weather-resistant main compartment, dual end pockets for small essentials, and shoulder straps to make carrying all that gear a whole lot easier.
- Trail-specific duffel for trail runners and mountain bikers
- Weather-resistant main compartment helps keep gear dry
- Ventilated compartment stows dirty bike shoes and trail runners
- Contoured shoulder straps offer a comfortable carrying feel
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- Q & A
Great bag to stow ski gear
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I have used the Osprey BigKit on two weekend ski trips this season. I opted for the larger BigKit over the SnowKit as I wanted to be able to pack all of my clothes for a trip, not just ski gear only. For my travel, I checked this bag for my flights as it was too big for carry-on.
Overall, its a great bag for carrying ski boots, ski gear (helmet, gloves, attire), and all of my other trip clothing (one trip was four days). The boot bag area is large and I was able to stick another pair of shoes along with my ski boots with room to spare. The backpack straps were clutch and allowed me to carry the heavy bag through the airport while being able to quickly and easily tuck them away when it was time to check the bag.
I only have one gripe with the design of the bag. The compartment for the ski boots sits in the middle of the bag when used. There is room to put clothing underneath and above the compartment, but it was more challenging than it should have been to work around the boots. It would be better if the compartment was built into the top or bottom, leaving more open room for packing.
Makes ski trips easy
I love my Big Kit! I have it neatly packed and ready to head to the mountains at a moment's notice. Everything has it's place, so I know where to find my toothbrush when I get to the ski house, and can find my ski socks first when I get to the slopes.
Why is this product listed as a 65 liter bag yet the Osprey website lists it as a 75 liter? There is a difference in weight and dimensions, too. I'd like to be certain on the size before I order.
Good catch! Yes, it is 75L. I will ask Backcountry to revise their specs here. Originally slated for 65L, we decided to go bigger on this duffle.
Thanks for the question,