Mountain Hardwear Expedition Duffel - 140L

$300.00
Color: Alpine Red
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Built with a rugged shell handled by convertible, detachable backpack straps, the Mountain Hardwear 140L Expedition duffel efficiently carries all your gear with packing ease and versatility.

Features

  • Dimension Polyant X-Pac X51 and reinforced nylon construction provides exceptional durability that holds up to repeated expeditions
  • Tough, abrasion-resistant nylon bottom reinforces the construction where wear often occurs
  • Convertible foam-padded shoulder straps offer carrying comfort and versatility; they can be quickly removed when not in use
  • Reinforced, oversized grab handles at each end make handling easy
  • Top center zip main compartment provides easy loading and quick access to an entire weekend's worth of gear
  • Internal compression system makes packing and compartmentalizing gear easier
  • 2 exterior zip pockets include a see-through outer layer on 1 side help with multiple bag logistics and easy bag identification
  • End pocket helps separate dirty items like shoes from the main compartment and doubles as a storage bag when not in use
  • Reflective accents on shoulder straps and front panel for enhanced visibility in low-light conditions
  • 140 liter volume is versatile

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Travel

Bag Style

Duffel

Backpack

Gear Capacity (L)

140 liters

Gear Capacity (cu. in.)

8,543 cubic inches

Number of Exterior Pockets

3 + main compartment

Backpack Straps

Yes

Material(s)

Primary: 840-denier carbonate coated plain weave nylon; secondary: 70% polyester/30% polyethylene; bottom: 80% nylon/20% polyester

Dimensions

Unavailable

Packable

Yes

Weight

Unavailable

Gender

Unisex

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