| $79.96 - $169.95
|$99.95 - $169.95
|$134.95 - $144.95|
|$114.95 - $134.95
|$120.00 - $170.00
The North Face Base Camp Duffel is an expedition classic. Its heavy-duty fabric withstands a lifetime of abuse, and its alpine-cut shoulder straps allow for comfortable carrying as a backpack. Cram this duffel full of gear for an Everest expedition or pack it for a Thanksgiving family reunion. You can practically pack your own yak in the extra large version's 155-liter compartment. Two internal mesh pockets hold small items, and the D-shaped zipper gives exceptional access to every corner. Daisy chains make it easy to tie the Base Camp Duffel to a car roof rack or camel. Four compression straps make the cargo manageable.
It's not your average duffel bag. Made from a durable laminate material, the Base Camp Duffel is a bomber of a bag. Amply resilient to be roughed around in-flight, or to be transported up a mountain via a yak, this is one burly duffel bag. Ample, 155-liter volume provides ideal storage for long, extended trips, or space for hockey goalies to stash all of thier bulky pads.
With monstrous capacity, the X-large Base Camp Duffel from The North Face is built to haul your adventure gear around the world. Kitchen sink not included.
When you've got an expedition's worth of stuff, pack it all into The North Face's Base Camp Duffel. Designed for large loads of gear, the rugged construction uses bar tacks and double stitching to withstand rough treatment in plane cargo holds, trains, trucks, and even dog sleds.
|Capacity:||MD - 4200 cu in|
|Catalog Number: :||CT39-205532|
|Cubic In.:||Medium - 4395 sq. in. (72 liters) Large - 5495 sq. in. (90 lite rs) X-Large - 9460 sq. in. (155 liters)|
|Dimension:||32 x 19 x 19" / 81 x 48 x 48 cm|
|Dimensions:||[XS] 18 x 11 x 11 in; [S] 20 x 12 x 12 in; [M] 24 x 15 x 15 in; [L] 28 x 16 x 16 in; [XL] 32 x 19 x 19 in|
|Fabric:||PVC Tarpaulin with Phthalate-free laminate|
|Gear capacity (L):||155 liters|
|Gear capacity (cu. in.):||9,458 cubic inches|
|Linear Inches: :||70"|
|Material:||1000D phthalate-free TPE fabric laminate, 840D Jr. ballistics nylon|
|Number of Pockets:||2|
|Number of exterior pockets:||1 main compartment|
|Pockets:||(interior) 2 mesh|
|Recommended Use:||traveling, expedition, wrangling gear|
|Volume:||[XS] 1525 cu in; [S] 2560 cu in; [M] 4395 cu in; [L] 5495 cu in; [XL] 9460 cu in|
|Warranty: :||Lifetime guarantee against defects in materials and workmanship|
|Weighs (empty):||Medium - 3 lbs 8 oz (1600 g) Large - 4 lbs (1820 g) X-Large - 4 lbs 15 oz (2240 g)|
|Weight:||[XS] 2 lb 5 oz; [S] 2 lb 12 oz; [M] 3 lb 8 oz; [L] 4 lb; [XL] 4 lb 15 oz|
|Weight [with packaging]:||X-Small: 2.45 lb, Small: 2.95 lb, Medium: 3.6 lb, Large: 4 lb, X-Large: 4.95 lb|
|The North Face Large Base Camp Duffel||$99.90 - $145.00|
|The North Face Base Camp Duffel Small||$82.95 - $120.00|
|The North Face Medium Base Camp Duffel||$89.99 - $135.00|
|The North Face XL Base Camp Duffel||$119.99 - $170.00|
I have old L and M bags that really get the job done - the opening is big enough to pack in odd shaped gear like snowshoes and material is very durable (but the orange color marks easily). I bought a S from Backcountry to use as a carry-on, which barely fits when full in the thing airlines use to gauge whether your bag is the right size; however, it fit with room to spare in the overheads of planes of most sizes I've flown on (DOES NOT FIT ONBOARD SHORT HOP TURBOPROPS - but then again, they only allow a small briefcase or backpack on those).
A slightly larger opening would be nice in the S, I found it less than easy to put things like a stack of clothing in.