1 lb. 11.2 oz.


40, 60, 90, 120L

What we like:

Durable, functional, and inexpensive.

What we don’t:

Limited organization, no U-shaped zip, and no backpack straps.

We love the design Gregory has created by introducing Their Supply Duffel. It is simply screaming “function,” with a Kevlar-reinforced bottomwith a hefty zipper made of #10 YKK, the T-Grip’s large pull. The Supply also has the price is competitive with many duffels listed here. It’s actually only one hundred dollars for the model with a 90-liter capacity the Supply is cheaper than other 60-liter models that we have on our list. For outdoor and travel applications such as skiing, camping or even for expeditions, this is a sturdy and large-capacity duffel that ticks all the boxes.

However, with its focus on function this Gregory Supply isn’t for everyone. While it does come with a shoulder strap that can be removed and one pocket on the outside but it doesn’t have any bells or whistles that we have in most of the competitors, such as an U-shaped top zipper and adjustable straps for backpacks. We’ve come to appreciate the huge top access of models such as that of the Black Hole when we’re living out of a duffelbag, however, the basic entry point of the Gregory is enough for the majority of applications. The bottom line is that so you are aware of the trade-offs, the Supply is an excellent option that will help you save money without compromising regarding durability.


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