Transporter 40 Duffel

Transporter 40 Duffel

Osprey Packs

$115.00

Comfortable to carry as a duffel, over one shoulder or as a backpack, the weather-resistant, ruggedly dependable Osprey Transporter 40 duffel bag has a 40-liter capacity for travel or storage. Features:
  • Large, lockable U-zip access to the main compartment; zipper path features overlapping rain flaps for weather protection
  • Zippered end pocket with overlapping rain flaps allows quick access to smaller items
  • Internal zippered mesh side-panel pocket
  • 4 burly webbing grab handles
  • Contoured stowaway harness and yoke create a comfortable backpack carry option
  • 8 side-panel webbing lash points make it easy to secure the duffel or attach extra gear
  • Tough, 800-denier nylon fabric has a double thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) coating to resist moisture
  • Shoulder strap 
  • This item meets carry-on size restrictions for most airlines (size not to exceed 45 linear inches when adding L+W+H; this is subject to change, so check with your airline)

Weight: 2.7lbs / 1.2kg

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