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Transporter 130L Duffel

Boasting a whopping 7900 cubic inches of voluminous storage, the Transporter 130 Duffel effortlessly swallows massive amounts of gear when you're heading deep into the mountains on long expeditions, globetrotting for months at a time, or stowing outdoor necessities in a safe place for the long off-season. As the biggest and baddest duffel in Osprey's reinvigorated Transporter series, the Transporter 130 allows you to carry everything but the kitchen sink. This is especially useful when skimping on gear renders you useless in the field or a major liability to your expedition partners.

It's constructed of near-bombproof 800D nylon with a double TPU coating that resists soaking moisture, overzealous baggage attendants, and everyday bumps while traveling to your destination. To help you arrive without throwing out your back, stowable backpack and sternum straps distribute bulky loads without major pressure points like a single shoulder strap. Plus, the backpack straps are fully breathable, so you're not a sweaty mess once you arrive at your destination.

The large, U-shaped zippered opening makes organizing and retrieving gear a relatively simple affair, with the ability to lock the main compartment from shady circumstances. For additional organization, there's an internal mesh compartment that's ideal for stashing away small necessities, such as your wallet, smartphone, keys, and everyday necessities. Both ends of the duffel feature 3D-shaped pockets for grab-and-stash convenience of mid-sized items. To protect everything inside the bag, all pockets have rain flaps that prevent moisture from ruining your precious gear.

  • Osprey's biggest and baddest Transporter Duffel
  • 7933 cubic inches of expedition-worthy storage
  • Nylon material is abrasion and water-resistant
  • Stowable backpack straps for carrying heavy loads
  • U-shaped main zipper opening for quick access to contents
  • 3D-shaped end pockets provide stash-and-grab convenience
  • Internal mesh pocket for organizing smaller accessories
  • Numerous exterior grab handles and lash points
  • Item #OSP009T

Material
[body, bottom] 800D nylon, [accent] 360/400D nylon, TPU double coating
Volume
130L (7933cu in)
Backpack Carry
stowable backpack straps
Pockets
2 dual-zip end pockets, U-zip main compartment, 1 internal mesh
Closure
zippered
Dimensions
31.9 x 18.1 x 14.6in
Claimed Weight
4lb 1.6oz
Recommended Use
casual, travel
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Finally!!!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

I finally got to use this bag and wow best large duffel i've ever had. I own 4 Osprey bags and each one is amazing. Plus with the warranty you can't go wrong. Highly recommend!!

>Rating: 5

Best Large Duffel Out There!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

If you're looking for a high quality, comfortable, easy to carry duffel, look no further. The best thing about this bag is the backpack straps. Unlike other brands where the backpack straps seem to be more of a last minute add-on (TNF - Base Camp), it's obvious Osprey made this a focal point when designing it. Has an outside pocket to stash smaller items for easy access. Has a small inner pocket. Material seems like it should be durable. Osprey's warranty is rock solid so this is not a huge concern. The only thing this bag doesn't have is a shoulder strap, but it has loops to hook one on if you so choose. The material is not quite as thick and burly as The North Face, but in my mind the comfort and design of this bag is head and shoulders above TNF, which more than makes up for the slight difference in rigidity.

Hey Jeff, Thanks for the great review! I have one of the smaller version of this duffel and love the shoulder harness as well. You're correct, the 130L and 95L of this duffel don't come with an included shoulder strap, while the 40L and 65L do. All of them have attachment points to add your own if you prefer.

>Rating: 5

Great pack

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is a great bag for travelling. It is large enough to carry all your clothes and gear, and durable enough to take a beating at the airport or on your adventures.

>Rating: 5

Home Run Duffel Bag

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I bought this bag for a recent month long climbing trip to Nepal and really happy with this purchase. This duffel was the perfect bag to carry all of my gear, clothes, food etc.... for my trip. The durability and quality are top notch. Really stoked with the backpack straps-made it super easy to lug around the airport. Highly recommend this duffel.

>Rating: 4

Great pack

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is a great pack for traveling. If you like have the back option this is a good choice. I didn't pack it very full so I was able to use it as a carry on. If it is really full you have to check it for sure.

>Rating: 4

This is a big bag

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Yup. This bag is big. It doesn't look all that huge until you start filling it, then you realize how much gear is in it and how much room you still have left. I have duffels from the other companies ( NF & P), so I can compare. I would say that the Osprey is lighter fabric that isn't as stiff as some. The backpack straps are better. They seem more purposeful and less of an afterthought. Their stash pocket can be used for a few other things while they are out. I am not sure how all of the plastic buckles will stand up over time. They survived very rough airport handling so far. There are some small pockets to place things you need quick access for, but in general it's one huge single cavern. It was not tough to carry up stairs fully loaded, but I would not want to trek around with it. All in all, it's competitive with the others, but not quite as burly.

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Transporter Series Product Tour

Great video demonstrating each of the transporter series packs!

>Rating: 4

huge enough

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This is a great bag and big enough for longer trips or when you need to bring a lot of gear. It is incredibly durable and will take a beating from the airlines or desert sand. Compared to similar bags I chose this one for the easliy stowable shoulder straps which are padded for extra comfort. The full U shaped zipper opening is pretty sweet as well. I gave this to my boyfriend to take on a recent 2 week Japan trip for snowboarding. This paired with a large snowboard bag and carryon was plenty.

Thanks for the great review, Lisa! Leta Osprey Rep

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