Maxpedition Doppelduffel Adventure 52lt Shoulder Bag
|Price:||£180.95 - £308.99|
- Olive Drab Green 1050-Denier water and abrasion resistant light-weight ballistic nylon fabric
- Teflon® fabric protector for grime resistance and easy maintenance
- High strength zippers and zipper tracks
- UTX-Duraflex nylon buckles for low sound closures
- Main compartment: 66cm x 18cm x 23cm with two padded dividers
- Frontal/top compartment: 25cm x 18cm x 5cm
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The Pygmy Falcon-II (#0517) is a compact rectangular urban daypack with distinct military styling and 23 litres of carry capacity. The Y-shaped compression strap for which MAXPEDITION is famous contributes to the bag's form and structural integrity while a row of sewn nylon hard points in front allows users to attach other MAXPEDITION pouches and accessories with our "snap and anchor" modular expansion system.
Comfortable back padding and supple curvaceous straps supported by nylon webbing minimize the load on shoulders. Two side net pouches with cinch cord can be used to carry water bottles. Experience the workmanship, materials, design, and super durability for which MAXPEDITION is best known.
Maxpedition Hard-Use Nylon Gear is designed and constructed to withstand extreme conditions; in other words, we expect you to USE IT HARD in demanding situations and environments. Our company originated as a builder of premium-grade military equipment and, having honed our design and manufacturing abilities over many years with real life feedback from serious users, we are now applying the same materials and workmanship to our full range of products which can and has been taken to the limit.
A "Versipack" is a pack that can be worn or carried in a variety of ways and are loaded with compartments for a plethora of carrying options. Different versions of the Versipack range can be worn on the waist like a bum-bag, hand-carried with waist straps concealed, or attached onto our backpacks with our patent pending "snap and anchor" modular expansion system.
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There are a couple of cons: 1. The hand strap is wrapped in a soft neoprene. Not so sure how this will hold up with hard use. Time will tell. 2. The tapered ends, which enhance the look of the bag, slightly reduces the space for stuff and makes it a bit of a chore to load and zip. Not a big deal, just something to be aware of.
Pros: Its a Maxpedition.
If you are looking for a very rugged, well made, bag for travel or BOB Bag, I don't think you'll find a better bag. It's extremely flexible with functional options and just the right size at 3200 cubic inches of space. Packed properly you can hold all the survival gear you need for 3-5 days and for just traveling, up to 10 days or more depending on how you pack. As for FAA size guidelines, its technically just a little to large, however, if cinched down, most airlines will allow it as carry on. I got mine in the monochrome, all Foliage Green Color and it looks great. Plenty of pals webbing for attaching extra bags & pouches or whatever you like. I compared it to the Fliegerduffle, which is basically the same bag just scaled down a bit. The little bit extra space and configuration of the the pocket space and dividers is worth the extra few inches in size IMO. In closing, it has YKK heavy duty zippers and Teflon coated nylon making it very water resistant. Stitching is strong and precise and it allows you to use it as a backpack, or a single shoulder strap, or grab handles at both ends, and lastly, carry it like a normal bag using its comfortable & thick neoprene handle.
I've owned a lot of bags over the years, and can say without reservation, this is the best made, best designed, perfectly executed, and just the right size for 99% of my needs... Not to mention, it's one Wicked Good Looking piece of gear.
If your on the fence about buying it, give it a try. My bet is that you won't be sending it back. Good job Maxpedition!
The interior is well designed for a several day trip. I like the fact that the interior dividers are zippered so you can have them up for shors trips where you don't have a lot of stuff and just want to keep things organized, but you can drop them for longer trips where you need more room.
The compression straps are very heavy duty and do their job well. The buckles are strong and click together positivity.
I fully expect this bag to fulfill my expectations of Maxpedition gear, which is to be used hard and last for many years. I have yet to wear out anything with the Maxpedition name on it, and I have used some of their packs daily through hard use for years.