Eastern Mountain Sports Wheeled Camp Duffel

Priced: $119.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Eastern Mountain Sports Wheeled Camp Duffel
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Color: Grateful Red
Grateful Red
Grateful Red
Grateful Red
Grateful Red
Grateful Red
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Eastern Mountain Sports Wheeled Camp Duffel - When you have a lot of bulky gear to haul, the rolling duffel is easy to pack, and easy to pull.

Country of Origin: Imported


  • Hardwearing Cordura fabrics combined with edge reinforcements to shrug of travel abuse for years to come


  • Wide webbing with comfortable padded handle


  • Small zippered side pocket
  • Burly central zipper with dual pulls can be locked for security


  • Simple, lightweight design gives you the maximum flexibility to pack large and irregular gear
  • Bottom grab loop
  • Large urethane wheels roll smoothly over the concrete jungle
  • Extendable handle deploys and locks with one hand making it easy to maneuver when your other hand is full
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Carry-on Compatible:No
Dimensions:30 x 15 x 10 in.
Pack Fabric (Primary):610D HP Cordura polyester, 915D HP Cordura polyester
Padded Laptop Compartment:No
Removeable Daypack:No
Type:Wheeled Luggage
Volume:6200 cu. in.
Weight:7 lb.

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Eastern Mountain Sports Wheeled Camp Duffel Reviews:


worked perfectly

Size restrictions on certain domestic flights in Australia prompted us to look for something smaller than our usual travel luggage. This was the largest wheeled duffel we could find that met QANTAS and JetStar requirements. We bought two, and they worked well. They roll easily and held everything we wanted to stuff in. Despite rough handling by airport personnel, they made it through looking like new. The red color made them easy to pick out on baggage carousels. Zippers worked easily and handles held up. Only two issues, really, and they're general duffel issues:
1. they don't stand up, so at car rental counters, etc, you either have to lean them against something, or bend over to lay them flat then bend over again when you're ready to move on. I played a game with myself, trying to stuff things in in such a way that the duff would stand up. A couple of times, I succeeded.
2. you can't find specific articles of clothing in them unless you unpack completely. I found myself pawing through everything trying to find a pair of socks or a certain shirt. There's probably a clever way to pack (separate plastic bags for each type of clothing - socks in one, shirts in another, etc.?), but I just resigned myself to making a mess when I wanted a particular item.
badbirders at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2014

Holds more than you think it could

I use the duffel for trips of about one week or so. It holds a LOT. It rolls smoothly and easily and seems well-constructed so far (I have only used it on one trip). The telescoping handle works smoothly,
The biggest downfall for me is that it has only one very small outside pocket. I prefer rolling duffels to have large outside pockets for toiletries. Other than that, I am pleased with it.
SDRunner at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2013