Apparently the people at Threadless have found the “i” in “team”, so they made a duffel bag to commemorate their discovery. The i in Team Duffel ($49) is made from durable ripstop Codura fabric and YKK zippers keep water out. It’s big enough to fit two soccer balls and a pair of cleats, and it has an internal pocket to keep your smelly socks separated. Just make sure your teammates see it when you get to your next pickup soccer game, Ronaldo.
Say hello to the Walton Duffel ($100), Herschel Supply’s newest addition to its outstanding line of carryology. It’s a larger duffel with exposed metal zippers, leather detailing, external pockets, and a shoe compartment so your sneakers won’t stink up your weekend wardrobe.
Our friends at Selectism have teamed up with the travel accessory masters at Tumi to give us the Tumi + Selectism Duffle Bag ($495). This 4-in-1 duffle has an adjustable removable shoulder strap and top webbing carrying handles with double snap closer leather grip, initial i.d. patch, removable exterior pockets, hidden zip pockets, removable tote, and a contrast interior stamped with the Selectism logo. The canvas is nylon/polyester with 100% leather trim.
When you are traveling hard, you need a good duffel bag that will stand up to the abuse you put it through. The Topo Designs Duffel ($129) brings functionality to classic style by combining a simple design with quality materials. It’s made from ultra durable 1000d Cordura, with natural leather hash tabs and handle. So the next time you are adventuring throughout Southeast Asia, or even just visiting the in-laws in Minneapolis, you will know your goods are safe.
90% duffle bag, 10% backpack, 100% awesome name. The Duffaluffagus ($80) by Poler is a classic duffle bag big enough to fit a whole week’s worth of goods. Carry it like a normal duffle, wear it as a backpack, or strap your skateboard to the bottom and pull it behind you. The Duffaluffagus doesn’t care how you use it, just that you use it.