There are a lot of duffel bags on the market, but most of them are fairly simple in their construction. Usually, they consist of a single large pouch and, only sometimes, a second smaller zippered external pouch. And while these simple bags are fine for gym gear or very limited getaways, they don’t function so well for anyone that wants any real organization or gear separation. It seems that stellar carry solution brand Incase took note of that lack when they created their line of Tracto Split Duffel bags.
Each of these bags is built from durable weather-resistant 1000D tarpaulin and feature a 1680D Ballistic Nylon base and bottom side walls. And they are reinforced with a 1000D tarpaulin interior lining. They are also equipped with straps for either suitcase/over-the-shoulder or backpack-style carry. The main compartment opens butterfly-style for complete and easy access. It also features mesh zippered curtains for segmented organization, which can be removed to turn the interior into a single large compartment. These bags come in a number of colors and in 40, 60, 90, or 120 liter varieties. They retail starting at $125. [Purchase]
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