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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on December 21, 2012
This is not your ordinary duffle bag. It's extremely light weight, has a well formed bottom and has a bunch or compartments. I crammed it with shoes, sports coat, etc. Came up to about 45 lb which was what I wantd to keep it under the 50 lb airline limit. With plane transfers and considering the bag went to Salt Lake instead of Sacramento (from Ft. Lauderdale) on the home leg of the trip, I think it held up very well. With most duffles you have to kind of tumble through everything to find anything. I put sports coat, pants, shirts in the bottom section where they stayed neatly folded. Underwear went in outside pouches and toiletries went in front pouch. I put three pair of shoes in the "duffle" area on the bottom and was able to access them from the inside bottom with out tussling through everthing else. You'll work out your own system of course but the point is, there are lots of great options.
Two things I don't like about the unit. 1.) It really doesn't stand upright on its own. So when you're in the baggage line you have to lean it against your leg or put the handle in and put it flat on the floor. I knew this before purchasing it though and decided it was worth the trouble. It is. But it would be better if it stood up on its own. 2.) The zippers don't have any sort of a latch or clasp that signifies they are fully closed and keeps it that way. When my bags came off the plane several of the zippers were partially opened and stuff (toiletries, underwear, etc.) was apparent and spilling out. I actually blame this on TSA and assume they didn't take the time or make the effort to close it all the way after inspection but who really knows?
Generally though I'm very pleased with the purchase.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on August 4, 2013
So I travel for a living, a suit case is one of the most important things I own. I borrowed this for a trip with the family to Disney. Overall I like this bag very much. It has some flaws that I cant get past. #1 it broke after being used the 3rd time.

The top pocket ripped after I used it. My wife sewed it back with much better thread. That ended my quest to own one!

Its made a little cheaper than I would like to see. If you wanted to use this a few times on a few trips it's a great bag. Not to be compared to more expensive bags and it's not a Briggs and Riley or a travel pro.

The Pros
lots of storage, I could take this for a month!
Lots of pockets that are separated which is good for origination. The two separate pockets are great
I used the top for dirty clothes and the bottom for clean clothes (I love this feature)
Has room for sneakers in the top with a separate divider
Has a great Handle very comfortable
The color is good for finding it with all the black bags at the airport
Multiple handles on the outside
Can be used upright or laying down depending on the pocket you need
Has a place for toiletries in the front
is rather light for it's size

The Cons
BROKE AFTER THREE USES! The outside pocket came unstitched my wife repaired it with heavier thread before we returned it to our friend. He is still using it!
The zippers aren't nearly as strong as my more expensive bags. Do NOT over pack this bag
The color.... Gets dirty looking very fast in orange
The handle is a bit cheap, only has one slide but it does the job just fine
The duffel handle is neat but in the end just a pain in the butt. It has to be un-done every time you open the bag. My biggest gripe here is after TSA goes thru your bag they don't Velcro it back so it gets caught on the conveyers and other things. This is a complete deal breaker for me. its a neat thought but it is mostly a pain to deal with both for packing/unpacking and the airport

I wouldn't buy it, but I don't discourage you. remember I travel every week for a living. My expectations for a bag far exceeds most people. I also travel weekly with a $550 20" suit case. The reality is you can buy a $500 case for $150. If you need this for a few trips take the plunge you wont regret it most likely!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on August 28, 2012
I was looking for a 28 inch tall duffel that would be just under the "oversize" bag measurements and was flexible enough for my needs. Anything taller than 28 inches and the top handle is too high for me to carry the bag comfortably and if shorter than that, I can't pack my flippers. The construction seems quite good, clean, no loose threads, the zippers work smoothly and the top section can serve as one, two or three compartments plus a pouch. Four stars because the bag doesn't stand up.
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26 of 33 people found the following review helpful
on June 20, 2012
Bought this piece looking for a replacement to the heavy 29" Samsonite stuff I lug around the airport. Thought this might be a good option. I also purchased a 25" Ebag duffel so had it to compare to. I had assumed that the 28" High Sierra would have a good bit more room than the 25" Ebag. After having them side by side, that doesn't appear to be the case. The suitcase side of the High Sierra is only about 5" deep while the Ebag one is about 7" deep. So even though the 25" Ebag duffel is about 2" narrower, with the added depth, it appears to hold at least as much as the 28" High Sierra. So my desire to have something that holds more didn't pan out. So I just compared the 2 on the other features. The Ebag just felt like it was put together better. The handle extended longer which I like and the wheels on the Ebag are totally silent. Not the same on the High Sierra. And the Ebag had the separators for the suitcase side. So based on that, I returned the High Sierra and plan to keep the 25" Ebag.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on April 21, 2013
I initially purchased the size up from this bag. Took one trip on Delta and it got ruined. Very nice bag with TONS of room. I went down a size when I replaced my ruined bag. If you fill the larger bag you are certain to exceed weight guidelines. Still lots of room in the smaller bag. Enough room to pack for two for shorter trips.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 22, 2013
I wanted to wait to post my experience with this bag.

Every time I travel I always go over the allotted 50 pound weight limits for flights, but I am happy to announce how much I love this bag! Not only was the price great, but it saved me $$$$$....I was 20 pounds underweight! Well, not me personally but my bag! Woo Hoo! Excellent bag! I had two connecting flights going and three connecting flights coming home and it looks perfect....not a mark, tear, nothing. I was worried when I read some of the ratings, but for me....not a problem...Did I mention how much I loved this bag? :=)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 2, 2013
I got this Duffel for a 2 week trip to Miami. It worked great for lots of t-shirts and shorts for 2 weeks. I loved the separate areas to put shoes or bathroom bag in. Like that the bag splits in to 2 halves so you can get to the clothes you need without having to unload everything to get to stuff. Lots of space for a bag so compact. Love the green color makes easy to see at luggage claims. the wheels rolled pretty smoothly no problems and I had the bag loaded to about 39Lbs. At such a great price I would buy again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 22, 2013
Compact,light,easily identifiable,tough. This is just what we wanted for overseas travel. This was agreat replacement for our old worn out duffels.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I bought this bag to go to Mexico this summer. I stuffed it with everything I needed for a week at the resort. I had room left over for some shoes that didn't fit into my daughter's bag. The bag survived the trip with only one missing zipper pull and not a mark on the nylon despite some rough handling. Not bad for international travel that left my daughter's aluminum and nylon bag with a huge dent and missing rivets. I really liked that I was able to put dirty clothes in the bottom section with my shoes and keep that completely separate from my clean clothes up top. This bag is a great traveler, and if the zipper pulls were a little more robust, I would give it five stars.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on July 5, 2013
I've now taken my High Sierra Duffel on two two week international trips on multiple plane, train, bus, and taxi trips. It has stood up very well. I was able to pack everything that I needed for two weeks in this one bag. It was stuffed, but held up under the strain. I liked it enough that after the first trip I ordered a second for my wife who went with me on the second trip. Her's also did very well.
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