This High Sierra duffel has been my ‘Go To’ carry on bag for the last couple of years . . . . . . so why do I like it?
Lightweight (but No Wheels)
The whole bag weighs just under 500grams, even though it uses a heavy duty nylon fabric and heavy duty zips.
That weight saving compared with the typical wheeled carry on means I can take an extra 1.5kg of clothes compared to the standard carry on trolley bag.
Carry-on Size, Even for Smaller Aircraft
It has a volume of 30 litres, so about maximum size.
When you fly on many commuter flights the overhead bins are quite small and people with hard sided bags find they are parted from their bag.
Soft sized duffels can normally be pushed into the restricted space easily.
I hate lots of pockets as they add complexity, weight, and extra zips that can break.
I just want one pocket for my liquids so they are easy to access at security scanning.
The bag has two adjustable carrying handles and adjustable shoulder strap.
It means I can carry it conventionally, over the shoulder, or even as a backpack.
I can also adjust the carrying handles to hold my coat to the top of the bag.
I haven’t been paid or received any benefit from this post. I have seen several bags similar to this for around $30-$50.
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