Filson Ballistic Nylon Dryden Carry-On

Apr 23, 2018

Category: Gear

For just about as long as Filson has been around, they’ve used materials like bridle leather, tin cloth, and thick, rugged twill to make their bags. Recently, though, they’ve switched it up and added technical fabrics into their lineup. The most recent release, The Filson Dryden 2-wheel rolling carry on bag, owns this pivot proudly with its tough ballistic nylon exterior.

Designed to fit in the overhead bin of every major airline, this new rolling bag is an ideal one to add to your arsenal of traveling essentials. The exterior of the carry-on bag is cut from a 1000D ballistic nylon that opens up to reveal a 36L internal compartment for storing all of your clothing and gear for your trips. The bag also boasts four compression straps as well as an external compartment for storing smaller items for easy access. Of course, the suitcase also has a telescoping handle and two wheels for rolling on behind you as you head from terminal to terminal. While it may look and feel slightly different, it still has the DNA of a Filson bag.

Purchase: $295

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