Transporter 40 Duffel

Transporter 40 Duffel

Osprey Packs

$109.95

First place winner of the prestigious 2018 Carryology Best Travel Luggage category. These packs are at home in the beds of dusty and dented pickup trucks, tied to yaks on faint footpaths, under your bed or in your garage and everywhere in between. From loading a few racks of cams for trips to the Creek, organizing your gear library at home, or packing for the biggest trip of your life, the Transporter Series will take you there, and bring your gear back safe.

Volume: 2441 in3 / 40L

Weight: 1.2kg / 2.7lbs

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