AN OUTFITTER'S SAFARI DUFFEL BAG.
This large duffel can hold everything you need it to, and then some! Outdoorsmen love this bag for week long hunts in the cold mountains here in Montana. It's big enough to accommodate boots, pants, coats and everything else you'd need to keep warm for a week while out in the field.
Handy touches like the end pocket zippers that zip halfway down for easy digging and the flip top lid that gets out of your way while packing and unpacking. And every zipper is paired with our fair trade Monkey Fist Zip Knots making unzipping a pocket so easy a blind monkey could do it.
PAIR IT WITH A ROLLABOUT.
Packed to the brim with innovative features like the unique pass-through panel docking sleeve located on the back of the duffel. Got wheeled luggage? Pair it up with the PR6 by unzipping the two zippers on this pocket and then slip the bag by its pocket flap over the telescoping handle.
U.S.A. Dimensions: 31"L x 12"W x 12"H.
Capacity: 4,464 cubic inches.
Weight: 4.4 pounds.
Metric Dimensions: 78.7cm L x 30.5cm W x 30.5cm H
Capacity: 73.2 Liters
Weight: 2.0 Kilos
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"Beanos" Trivia: Our friend "Beano" needed a gear bag that could carry his clothes and still be carry-on legal. Named after his grandfather, a bean farmer in the Midwest, whom he looked like as a kid. Formerly the Super Beano, the PR6 is now available in several sizes and is in its 4th stage of design revision.