Want a duffel bag that will last? Ours is big enough to open, stand in, and peel out of your wet gear while letting it all fall right in.
Made of two layers of multi mesh, it will allow your gear to breathe after you toss the bag in the back of the truck. Built with a full zip and handles on each end and in the middle, not to mention burly O-Rings for many different rigging options – your kids will be taking out this duffel before you know it! 14” diameter x 34” length.
We designed this bag for river people, but have discovered it is a hit with the ocean folks too - it will hold your fins, wet suit and personal dive gear while letting it all breathe.
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I gotta admit that it’s really hard for me to love something. I’ve loved a mesh backpack for 15 years that has been a good river bag, but my life jacket never fit inside of it. I just accepted that and lived with it. Well the backpack finally deteriorated to a point that it can’t be repaired and I decided to switch to a duffle. What a great idea. I I’ve Jim and Liz Crane the credit for converting me... as I rode the Gauley equipment truck to the put in this fall I was delighted at the complete containment of gear within their bags. I now have my own! And it’s fabulous! I think I’m gonna love this!
This bag is built tough, seems extremely bomber and well made. But it is really, really small for a large duffel. Definitely can not stand in it or fit all your gear. I will find a use for the bag because I really like it, but had to order a new Down River large duffel to fit kayaking gear. Recommend making a real “Kayaker Bag” to fit your helmet, pfd, skirt, dry top/suit, layers, shoes, etc. A little bigger than Down Rivee’s large would be ideal! Great product but way too small ;)
I've ordered several things from Tuff River Stuff and they are all awesome! They have all been Grand Canyon tested and have passed with flying colors. Thanks River Ray.
I picked one of these up a month ago and took it on a 17-day trip to Alaska to raft the Tat-Alsek. It went on many planes, boats and rafts in some pretty harsh conditions. I used it as a checked bag and also to store bulky items that didn't need to stay dry on the river. I couldn't be happier with it. It's also very good looking and bomber as to be expected from TRS. I'll be using it a lot in the future.
Everything about this bag is built to last. Thick nylon webbing, awesome heavy duty handles, double layers of water friendly fabric, and stainless O rings to attach your shoulder strap or lash it to a boat. This thing is plenty big to hold all your river gear and then some.