Samsonite Tote-a-ton 32.5 Inch Duffle Luggage, Turquiose, One Size
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- Nylon duffel bag featuring two-tone handles and screenprint logo at front
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UPDATE: I am going on another trip to France and once again, this bag is coming in super handy for me because I am taking a bunch of gifts back with me for the family, as well as more decorative throw pillows for our vacation home there. I am up to 53 pounds on this trip, with this bag, which I could not do with any of my other bag.
(If you travel long distance quite a bit, and are looking for a travel pillow as well, I use a foam travel pillow that does a great job of supporting your neck while sleeping: Enzo Travel Neck Pillow - Memory Foam Cooling Gel Technology and Washable Cover Packed in Small Bag for Air, Bus and Car Travels Bourgeoisie Red Color
I reviewed the Duffle below and wanted to add one more picture to the collection. I'm heading to Nepal tomorrow and collected 27 pairs of running sneakers to deliver to the mountain running community. There is an organization there that collects gently used or new sneakers to donate to mountain runners of all ages. Nepalese live on less than $2 a day. The earthquake is still leaving a lasting impression on the small villages that have been neglected by the government. Anyway, you'll be able to see how this duffle allows me to transport lots of sneakers!
Both EMS and REI have their own packable duffle bag which is used to protect backpacks while flying to your destination. They stuff inside of a their pocket and measure approximately 8x10x2. EMS's bag is $49 and 38" long. REI's bag is $29 and 36" long. After purchasing both I found the Samsonite Tote-a-ton and returned the more expensive bags. The tote-a-ton is cheap in $ but not in quality. The durable material is the same as the more expensive duffles with two sturdy handles to lift. There's outside pocket and inside pocket, too. I have an Osprey Aura AG 65L. The pack is approximately 31 inches long. It fits perfectly into the duffle with room to spare. I haven't actually packed the backpack but feel confident it will still fit into the duffle. I am packrafting in Alaska this summer. I need something that will safely get my backpack and gear to Alaska. While in Alaska I will use my backpack for day trips/rafting and my gear will go into the duffle which will be hauled, by the outfitter, to the next location. Perfect solution! Plus, in the future, when I travel and don't need the duffle, it collapses perfectly and can be stuffed into my pack without taking up a lot of space. I have a friend traveling to Nepal in March. I showed her the duffle and she's purchasing one to protect her backpack, too. Great deal. We'll see how it holds up in June and I'll report back then :-)
UPDATE July 14, 2015:
I just returned from my 10 day trip to South Central Alaska. The duffle was perfect for this trip! Just like I mentioned above...the duffle protected my 65L when I checked it on the plane and then I used it to store my gear and clothing while using my backpack for packrafting during the day. The placement of the zipper made the bag easy to get in and out of. I'm not sure how well the material will continue to hold up because it is rather light weight. It was pretty dirty after being checked on the plane. I don't travel regularly so it may be a while before it gets used again. However, the light weight factor can be a plus if you are backpacking and have to stow the duffle in your backpack. I'd still highly recommend it!
It has no over the shoulder harness or strap. It would likely add weight, which is not desired. The zipper is very light weight, and you will want to have something that holds it shut. It opened during this trip, and although nothing was lost, it did alert me that you should have something that holds it closed firmly. Maybe a small lock or just twist ties will do, but something.
The bag made its trip fine, though, and looks as new as when it left even though it traveled thousands of miles loaded to the brim.
Thus, the bags main utility is to carry a large amount of goods while not weighing much itself. WIth the airlines stiffing folks for baggage costs, this is a work-around to optimize what you carry. In this trip, I am traveling to UK, where many food items in the US are not available. Worked like a charm to bring 50 pounds of them here. It will go back empty in my brief case.
Some of my other bags weigh about 10 pounds all by themselves when empty. So, when you are bumping into that weight restriction boundary, this will get that extra 10 or so pounds through the gate.
This bag is all about beating the airlines at their own game. I want an overcoat that works like this too. :-)