SealLine WideMouth Duffel 70L ($150)

From proven outdoor models with backpack straps to rolling designs for travel, below are the year's top duffels
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Waterproof

2 lbs. 6 oz.

25, 40, 70L

A waterproof duffel at a much lower price than the YETI Panga.

No backpack straps and the roll-top closure is prone to user error.

In addition to along with the YETI Panga, the SealLine WideMouth will be the one completely waterproof duffel in this list. The two bags are different in that they have the use of a lighter nylon construction The SealLine has a much lower weight and profile than YETI it is a great choice for those who have space in short supply. Additionally, it comes with an open-top design, not the Panga’s hefty waterproof zipper. It isn’t quite as effective in providing the same protection, however it is able to fold down quite nicely. The most important thing is that the WideMouth is roughly one-third of the cost that of Panga and provides more than enough duffels for most users.

Why are we not having the SealLine listed here? The YETI offers more structure and is much more easy to carry and carry, not to mention that the waterproof zipper system gives you more confidence (and smaller margins for error) as opposed to the WideMouth’s roll-top seal. Furthermore the YETI includes backpack straps, which makes it much easier to carry. The best part is that the additional thickness of the YETI ensures it’s more durable and durable in the long run. If you’re looking for an outdoor duffel that doesn’t break the budget it’s the WideMouth is a great choice. Additionally, SealLine offers its Pro Zip Duffel with an waterproof main zipper that costs $270 (for the size 70L).

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