Lightweight and packable build offers a lot of versatility
Small capacity and not super durable.
There are many people who don’t need their duffel bag to be into a small size and light items, but in some situations it’s an excellent feature to be able to. Maybe you’re short on storage space, are going for an adventure in which every ounce and inch are important, or perhaps you need to carry an additional duffel to carry souvenirs that you’re planning to take home while traveling. Whatever the situation, it’s difficult to overestimate the value of a lightweight design and REI’s 30 liter Stuff Travel duffel happens to be among of our top choices. It weighs only 7.6 ounces , and weighing to a smaller size than a one-liter water bottle within its pocket that is integrated The appropriately called Stuff is by far the most efficient choice here. It’s priced at just $35, so it’s practically a no-brainer, whether you’re carrying it as your primary bag or as a backup.
We like the versatility that comes with this REI Stuff for space- and weight-conscious needs Be aware it’s not your typical duffel for travel. With its thin nylon construction and a tiny 30 liter capacity, it’s not going to stand up to the rigors of long-term use and will keep your gear dry or transport more than an organized and well-organized kit for overnight travel. However, it’s perfectly functional for the right purpose with an intelligently designed shoulder straps with top handles for carrying and smoothly-running zippers. Additionally, REI offers the Stuff in the 50-liter version. It is slightly more heavy (9 1 oz.) and bulkier, but has significantly greater capacity for carrying.