Field Dopp Kit By Standard Pacific Goods

Apr 5, 2018

Category: Gear

Dopp kits are not the kind of thing one buys regularly. Generally speaking, a guy’s kit will last him years – or at least until he loses it. That is why, in our opinion, when one picks up a dopp kit, they should expend the effort to try and find a great one. Take for instance the Field Dopp Kit from Standard Pacific Goods.

Made from a water-repellant nylon shell, equipped with waterproof YKK zippers, and featuring a bevy of internal and external compartments, this kit is ideal for the frequent traveler. Along with holding just about everything you’d need to stay sharp while on the road, the Field Dopp Kit will open wide to reveal a high-visibility interior that makes it easy to find all of your items quickly, and can even hang from a hook if needed. As an added benefit , the kit even has a shaving mirror and removable toothbrush pouch for when you end up in an odd spot or need to travel lighter than expected.

Purchase: $60

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