Specifically designed to be used in the harsh outdoor landscape, the Kokoda 90L from Caribee is the hard-wearing gear carrier worthy of the rugged trek that it’s named after.
This bag is constructed using a heavy-duty PVC tarpaulin fabric that's weatherproof with water-resistant zips and incorporates 50mm webbing to deliver extra strength and reliability. There are also two quick-release compression straps and haul handles on each end for easy loading and unloading. Three internal mesh pockets help to keep you organised, and an external ID sleeve is handy for effortless identification. The design also includes removable padded shoulder straps so you can easily convert the bag into a backpack for transport, giving you the ultimate versatility when you're out and about.
Ideal for the industrial worksite, 4WD adventures, camping, boating, or canoeing the Kokoda 90L from Caribee is good to go whenever and wherever you are.
Heavy-duty weatherproof PVC tarpaulin fabric
#10 water-resistant main opening zips
Removable padded shoulder straps convert bag into a backpack
Heavy-duty webbing encircles bag for extra strength
End haul handles
Three internal mesh pockets
2 QR compression straps
70L x 40W x 40H cm
40L x 40W x 1H cm
Hi looking for a duffle bag for everest base camp in November. Either Caribee Kokoda or the Caribee Expedition wet roll. What would you recommend? Thanks
Simon - Melbourne(5 years ago)
Thanks for getting in touch, depending on how you plan to get the bag to base camp the Caribee Kokoda 90L Duffle Bag might be a good option for you. This range of bags is mid-range in terms of quality and don't have padded shoulder straps, so if you're needing to carry the bag on your back at all (even for a few kms) then the Tatonka Barrel Bag or Sea to Summit Nomad Duffle Bag might prove to be more versatile and of a slightly higher quality. If you're having the bag taken up with a Sherpa/Porter inside their large carry bags then the Caribee should do the trick.
Leece - Snowys(5 years ago)
Locking capacity1 answer
Hi, can the bag be "locked" say with a little padlock as I need a bag similar to this that will be used for air travel, thank you
Kokoda 90L Waterproof Duffle Bag
David - MELTON, VIC(9 years ago)
Hi David, the zippers are not specifically lockable, but you could put a small padlock through the zipper pulls to make it secure, or at least deter wannabe theives.