Ortlieb Duffle


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Ortlieb Duffel 85 Litre hold all

Perfect for traveling and expedition use, makes packing and airport transit a breeze! The roomy 85 Liters will be easy to fill with your travel essentials, and will ensure you can fit everything you need into one bag; the barrel-shape makes it easy to carry. Exceptionally durable, waterproof and sturdy, you can take this bag round the world, through a rain forest or onto a mountain and it will hold up.

Waterproof fabric, construction and Tizip closure means no water is getting through to your stuff! The zip can be locked closed with a padlock (not included) to add extra security. The extra-tough underside allows for rigorous exploration and use. Can also be used as a rucksack, as the padded handles convert to rucksack straps- easy to carry.

  • Internal compression straps
  • 2 internal zipped pockets
  • 1 external zipped mesh pocket
  • Waterproof rating: IP67
  • Dimensions: 31 x 65 x 44cm
  • Weight: 1,360g


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