on October 7, 2011
The bag itself looks very sturdy and is quite nice. I bought it, however, for durability. The description states that it has a "Rubberized" bottom. The bottom is actually cloth and has no brads or anything to keep it off the floor, so I'm guessing it won't hold up as well as something that actually has a rubberized bottom. : Other than that, it looks like a sturdy travel bag.
on October 6, 2013
For a $40 duffle, you can't get much more stylish or functional than this. It serves as my every day gym bag and easily accommodates a weekend's worth of clothes and a notebook computer. You're not going to get a maze of organizational storage options here - there are two zippered end compartments and the main storage area - but you do get a decently durable bag sporting a tactical look.
If you're looking for more storage options, a more outdoors-friendly bag or larger capacity, I'd recommend the Kitchen Sink bags by Oakley. They're considerably more expensive, but Oakley backpacks and duffles last for at least a decade of heavy use.