Helly Hansen Duffel Bag
|Price:||£19.96 - £280.00|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
- 100% nylon tarpaulin
- Padded shoulder strap
- Three compartments
- Name tag holder
- Water resistant
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Helly Hansen Duffel Bag is durable and versatile duffle bag with a sporty design. It also converts into a travel backpack with adjustable padded shoulder straps. Easy access zip opening with external and internal side pockets for organised storage.
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Founded in Norway in 1877, Helly Hansen continues to develop professional-grade apparel that helps people stay and feel alive.
Helly Hansen Duffel Bag
A classic, durable and versatile duffel bag with a sporty design which easily converts into a travel backpack with adjustable padded shoulder straps. Easy access zip opening with external and internal side pockets for organised storage.
- Highly durable nylon tarpaulin
- Padded adjustable shoulder strap
- Zipped external pocket
- Zipped internal pocket
- Compression straps
- Hide-away back pack straps
- Water resistant
Water resistant with Highly durable nylon tarpaulin.
Padded adjustable shoulder strap.
Zipped internal and external pocket.
|Helly Hansen Duffel Bag||Helly Hansen Classic Duffel||Helly Hansen Duffel Bag 2|
|Size:||30 L||30 L||30 L|
|Waterproof:||Water resistant||Water resistant||✓|
|Carry on compatible on flights:||✓||✓||✓|
|Shoulder Straps:||Padded adjustable shoulder strap||Padded shoulder straps with carry handle||Removable padded shoulder straps|
|Packable:||No||Packable in external wash bag||Packable in external wash bag|
|Zipped External and Internal compartment:||✓||✓||✓|
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Durability (4/5) - Bag has been taken on boats, planes, cars, tuk-tuks and carried miles in all sorts of conditions (dusty/wet/hot). The main bag material is incredibly tough and has held up well, while the zips seem pretty heavy duty. The once white colour is now a mixture of white, grey and black having endured several airport baggage handling systems - get a darker colour. The stitching holding the left strap to the bag has begun to rip so will need some repairing - this could have done with more reinforcement (the bag was loaded up to ~16kg regularly and sometimes carried on one shoulder)
Comfort (3/5) - Easy to carry around. Backpack straps aren't the most comfortable and you feel them rubbing into your shoulders when walking with a tank top (I definitely wouldn't take it on an expedition, but that's not its purpose). Would be good to have waist straps
Practicality (4/5) - Huge zipper opening is awesome - much easier to organise items versus a traditional rucksack. Great to carry around - climbing off a boat and jumping onto the beach on Gili Trawangan was easy with this versus others who were haphazardly struggling with suitcases. Would have preferred a couple more pockets, but much better than other duffels in its class. Plenty of space - normally only fill the bag 3/4 full
Value (4/5) - Considering I purchased the bag for £30, I am pretty happy with it. Have just added it's 50L baby brother to the collection for my next backpacking trip
If you can afford it, the North Face Base Camp Duffel (£95 RRP) has comfier straps and is potentially more durable. At a £30-40 price point though, nothing beats it
HH: Has been perfect so far. Good size (you can fit a lot of stuff in, I used it as a suitcase for a week away (but I do pack light)), waterproof, rugged, comfortable, easy to clean. I have had the bag for probably around 6 months now.
Karimoor: Really good but 2 major issues. 1. Rucksack straps dig into your lower back due to the strap placement. (This for me is why I would not buy another one as it can get really uncomfortable when cycling). 2. Zip failed but after around 2 years of heavy useage.
North Face: I have never owned one but have heard really good things. Very similar to the HH one with good performance and ruggedness and similar styling.
My recommendation would be to pick whichever of the HH and North Face bags has the best offer on at the time you are buying as they are hard to separate in terms of performance.
The bag seems to be of good quality. I'm hauling it across town on my bike for quite a while now. It doesn't show any signs of wear and tear.
Lots of space:
I transport a pair of thai boxing shin pads, boxing gloves, shoes, towel, computer for work, water bottle and lots of other stuff. There's still plenty of space.
The goal of this purchase was to have a big bag that I can transport on my back on my bike. It was surprisingly hard to find a big bag with backpack shoulder straps. The bag is really huge on my back. I doubt this would work for a petite person, but I'm 5.7, so it works fine. I probably look like a bag on wheels cycling through town.
Great for commuting. Very versatile. I sometimes, run, cycle or take train/tube.
Can fit my laptop, lunch, change of clothes, high heel shoes, toiletries without a problem
Looks quite stylish like you're ready for some adventure
Keeps items dry when it's pouring rain
Shoulder straps are comfortable, and easily adjustable.
I am generally heavy handed person and I have confidence that this bag will be able to deal with being thrown around and a being a bit abused
Shoulder straps are not removable. This was the reason which prevented me from buying one for my husband who would prefer just to have a duffle bag to take to the gym.
Plastic flap with velcro on top does nothing. A bit pointless really.
In some ways it would of made more sense to have the zipper starting from the bottom and closing it at the top (by the shoulders), as if you want to open the bag while standing, you risk that everything will fall out. If the zipper was the other way around, you can just open it up slightly without facing this risk.
Would of been great if they could of added a compartment on the sides (which have the HH symbol) so that you can put items such as your mobile phone. The mini zip at the front is big enough to put a wallet in but with todays modern phones, my galaxy s6edge plus (with cover) does not fit.
Even though it's lacking in some of the design elements, I would still recommend this bag. I much prefer it to my Osprey backpack which has cost me GBP 80 and didn't serve any other functionality then to carry some lunch on a dry day. You can't really beat the value you get for the price you pay for this bag. I have bought it also in the 90L version which I plan on taking on a sailing trip in mid Jan. We'll see how it holds up then..