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Peak Design Travel Duffelpack 65L Review

We all know how both hiking and mountain climbing are both fun and great exercise. And while a smaller sized backpack is usually sufficient for 1/2 day hikes, you’ll want a larger pack with at least 45L of storage space for longer hikes, allowing you to carry extra water, food, clothing, and at least 10 essentials. And while 45L might seem enough, outdoors backpack manufacturer Peak Design (everyday bags, travel bags, and camera accessories manufacturer) has just recently released its new Travel Duffelpack 65L backpack.

The new Travel Duffelpack 65L features a revolutionary design, offering the best-in-class shoulder and waist straps for maximum gear hauling potential and maximum comfort, supporting even the heaviest of payloads. These fully padded shoulder and waist straps, as well as the stowable sternum strap, are adjustable, making hauling gear extremely easy. Both the waist and shoulder straps can instantly be packed away beneath magnetically sealed flaps.

An extra-long zipper path provides total access and visibility for easier packing and unpacking, offering wider access than traditional duffel bags do. There’s also added bonus space, with the 2 internal and 2 external pockets that provide additional storage. It’s designed for convenient grab-and-go, thanks to its 6 robust padded grab handles present on the sides, ends, and shoulder straps. There’s the option of expanding storage space, thanks to the 2 external expansion zips. The Travel Duffelpack 65L offers ultimate weather protection since it’s made of 100% recycled 600D nylon canvas shell with high-visibility grey interior, proving to be totally weatherproof.

The Travel Dufflepack 65L is designed to fit Peak Design Packing Tools, meaning it can carry up to 4 units of Packing and/or Camera cubes. It also features built-in theft-deterrent main and size zipper pull locks. Lastly, there are 2 external carry cinch straps included, and there’s also the option to have dedicated capture clip attachment points on both shoulder and waist straps, but that’s sold separately.

If you’re interested in getting your own Travel Duffelpack 65L, it’s currently available on Peak Design’s website and is priced at $220. You can get yours here.

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