Maxpedition Doppelduffel Adventure Bag
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- We finish our bags with a triple coat of polyurethane for water resistance and add a final coat of DuPont Teflon Fabric Protector to repel the elements; Only the best components and designs are used
- We use complete YKK zippers and slides exclusively unlike our competitors who put YKK slides on generic zippers
- We add military grade nylon Webbing for straps, handles, and modular attachment points; Genuine Duraflex buckles and hardware add strength and functionality
- Starting with large, unseamed panels of 1000 Denier Nylon, we meticulously reinforce each stress point with composite thread; No unnecessary seams or polyester parts are used
- Main compartment: 26" x 13" x 9" with two padded dividers
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Top Customer Reviews
If you are looking for a very rugged, well made, bag for travel or BOB Bag, I don't think you'll find a better bag. It's extremely flexible with functional options and just the right size at 3200 cubic inches of space. Packed properly you can hold all the survival gear you need for 3-5 days and for just traveling, up to 10 days or more depending on how you pack. As for FAA size guidelines, its technically just a little to large, however, if cinched down, most airlines will allow it as carry on. I got mine in the monochrome, all Foliage Green Color and it looks great. Plenty of pals webbing for attaching extra bags & pouches or whatever you like. I compared it to the Fliegerduffle, which is basically the same bag just scaled down a bit. The little bit extra space and configuration of the the pocket space and dividers is worth the extra few inches in size IMO. In closing, it has YKK heavy duty zippers and Teflon coated nylon making it very water resistant. Stitching is strong and precise and it allows you to use it as a backpack, or a single shoulder strap, or grab handles at both ends, and lastly, carry it like a normal bag using its comfortable & thick neoprene handle.Read more ›
In short the Maxpedition Doppelduffle is easily carried on you back (has two shoulder straps), has good capacity (3200 cu. in), there are many handles for ease of handling/grabbing, is heavy duty (you can check it at the Airport), and looks great. It cost more than other similar duffle bags but thats because of its higher quality and ruggedness.
Construction: It's hard to fault any point of material or assembly. It is put together with substantial materials, well-assembled.
Layout: You can do your own. Two internal dividers zip into place to make three compartments, or you can drop one or both out of place. I use both, separating components into my idea of functional groups. Two internal zippered mesh pockets allow further segregated storage of smaller items, and three zippered outside compartments allow one to carry other items with easy access.
MOLLE straps on the outside of the bag allow you to further accessorize for your specific needs.
The handles are strong and comfortable and a choice of a single shoulder strap or two straps for backpack style carry further round out the utility.
I've had no difficulties using this bag for four-day forays, and I think it would do a week with no difficulty.
Bottom line? Good buy. And I'd buy it again.
I like this bag. I don't love it. I wanted to make some points about it, rather than re-iterate what others have said in other reviews. There are some negatives that seem never to be mentioned, but please note that there are many positives that I agree with (e.g build quality, etc.); those have been covered well in other reviews and are not reiterated here. If you disagree with anything I write, please write your own review. And with that, let's roll:
This bag has Molle on the top (the single neo handle top side) to attach bags. I have attached two bags (5.11 6.6 padded bags). The Fleigerduff and Doppelduffel bags are very dependent on the top opening and shutting; unlike a messenger bag, you cannot easily get in it without completely flipping open the top of the bag (like a suitcase). Well, heavy items on the top Molle will make this bag very hard to flip open. The top will bang down on anything behind it (the wall, the table, etc.) with the weight of anything attached to the Molles. In fact, even if you put something heavy in the mesh pockets inside the bag, bang, it will hit when you flip this open. I considered buying the Doppelduffel as I like larger bags, and that holds even more in the mesh pockets in the top, plus the middle top compartment--but do I want even more on there? No. You will not want to keep fragile things (e.g. camera, cell phone, etc.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fits all of my gear and fits into the trunk of my car without issue. Gladly recommend it.Published 9 days ago by GC
Perfect for my needs for short-term (~one week trips) to remote mine sites in Africa. Maxpedition quality throughout.Published 1 month ago by Timothy L. Martin
Awesome bag. I recently took a week long trip to Tampa. The bag had no issues containing a week's worth of clothes and pair of shoes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great product! Use it for a flight gear bag. So far it is everything I could ask for. Going to take it over seas for a bit and will update my review to a five star if it performs... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Travis Williams