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Osprey Daypack Sale

Osprey.com has a flap transporter pack on sale for about $55. It’s 20 liters. I do not really need another pack. But, I’m going to buy it anyway because I can think of many good uses for it. It’s a day pack - not a travel pack - unless you are just overnighting.

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Bogiesan,
That 120 liter wheeled duffel is definitely the way to go!
Perhaps, I could justify it for Hurricane Evacuation or Survival. I’m not sure it would even fit in my car. I suppose I could leave my teenager and pets to fend for themselves. I don’t think I could lift it if packed.

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That 120 liter wheeled duffel is definitely the way to go!
Perhaps, I could justify it for Hurricane Evacuation or Survival. I’m not sure it would even fit in my car.

You mean there is no hitch attachment accessory?

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Sun, thanks for this. I am a travel bag addict, and I've definitely found some "must have" items on sale using your link, bogiesan!

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TRANSPORTER® WHEELED DUFFEL 60 -- anyone ever traveled internationally with this bag?? It's $100 off right now.
Just wondering how it holds up thru the airports, and on cobblestone.

Wondering about a 2 wheeled duffle like this -- vs-- a 2 wheeled suitcase like we usually take (EagleCreek).

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ChinaLake,
60 liters is quite large. Definitely not for airplane carry-on. For checked luggage, you need to see how much the bag alone weighs and the dimensions to understand whether it is suitable for airplane travel.

Osprey products are durable. So, I’m not concerned about function of the bag.

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We always check a bag when we go international - it's FREE and we always go in December for 3 weeks for the Xmas Markets, so we need heavy winter clothes. We actually read some bad reviews for airline durability for that bag, so we aren't getting it.