The North Face Base Camp Duffel

 

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At airport luggage carousel around the world you will see Base Camp Duffel bags pouring out and being collected by explorers and savvy traveller.

Made from a durable laminate ballistic nylon and beefed up with extra bartacks and double stitching, this juggernaut of a bag is resilient enough to take any punishment that Air France baggage handlers or uncooperative pack animals can throw at it.

Locking D-zip with flap closes the main compartment which has internal mesh pockets. Four compression straps to lock down the load. Handles and straps abound so you can throw it on your back, tote in your hands or drag across the airport concourse. Available in more great colours than ever.



Features:

  • Our classic, bomber expedition duffel. Alpine-cut shoulder straps
  • D-zip with zip flap
  • Twin haul handles on ends
  • Rugged construction with extra bartacks and double stitching
  • Four compression straps
  • Main compartment with internal mesh pockets
  • ID pocket on top
  • Locking zips

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