From looking at it, this Duffle Bag looks fairly modest, but since it was designed by the tech wizards over at Sea to Summit – you shouldn’t underestimate its capabilities at first glance! What makes it different? You can carry it three ways: by the handles, over your shoulder, or backpack style courtesy of the multifunctional handles.
You won’t have to fumble around and waste precious time changing the handle position, as the high strength hooks allow you to adjust your back quickly and efficiently. The handles are also magnetic, so they will stay together when your gear is on the ground – so you’ll always be ready to go. The fabric of the bag is waterproof to protect your kit, and the dual zipper used is anti-theft for a bit of added security when you’re moving from place to place.
The large lid makes packing and accessing your stuff so much easier, and the lid and base are padded to protect your stuff from being roughed around in transit. This Duffle bag is tough so it’s made to last through all kinds of outdoor adventures, but it’s also perfect for travellers that are looking for a versatile gear-hauler for transit.
3-way multi-functional handle
Dual anti-theft zippers
Large lid for easy packing and access
Padded lid and base
Magnetic handle keeper
Constructed from waterproof fabric
66L x 33W x 33H cm
66L x 33W x 10H cm
How 'waterproof' is it?1 answer
I do a lot of motorcycle camping and am wondering how confident I should be of the bag's contents staying dry after a day of rain, strapped to my bike?
Paul - Ryde(5 years ago)
Great question! The Nomad Duffle Bags are made from a durable PVC material which is waterproof. The only downfall is the zipper - they aren't waterproof, but the storm flap over the zip tracker will keep most moisture out unless water pools around the zipper and seeps in. I would be fairly confident you'd be fine in most weather conditions, but if it was to really bucket with rain you might want to pop a bin liner or a pack liner in the bag to ensure everything stays nice and dry.