Drifter Duffle 110L in Burnt Orange

Drifter Duffle 110L

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$209.00 Group Created with Sketch. NEW
(2 Reviews)

The 110 Liter Drifter duffle is the King of the Drifter fleet and is large enough to carry your gear on extended adventures. Rugged 150D TPU coated rip-stop fabric in the main body and a water-proof 450D welded TPU coated rip-stop floor keep your gear protected from the airlines and a leaky wall tent. Removable shoulder straps provided for easy carry through airports and onto boat docks. Four side and one top carry handle provide numerous options for carrying, dragging and moving this beast on your next adventure.

Measurements: L: 30 in., W: 15 in., H: 13 in.

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  • Welded & Waterproof Bathtub Floor: Highly water resistant

  • YKK Internal & External Zippered Pockets: Located on the top lid and one zippered pocket inside the main bag

  • 4 Side Handles & 1 Top Carry Handle

  • Removable Back Pack Straps

Product Comments

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Reviewed On 10/21/2020

Bag looks nice but it's not heavy duty at all. Too thin for airline use or for a season or two of throwing, fully stuffed, into the back of a truck. Not the quality I have come to expect from Sitka.

Ryan G
Reviewed On 05/21/2020

Overall, I'm very impressed by this bag. It's large size is able to fit all the gear I'd want to take on a two week trip and the pockets keep everything easily accessible. You may want the 50 for a long weekend trip or the 75 for a week long depending on how much you pack. By now I probably have just about every piece of subalpine gear and I'm able to fit it all in the bag with room to spare. The flap over the zipper should help ensure that no water gets in your gear when stored in the truck bed during a storm. Keep in mind that it's on the louder side as expected from a water-proof bag. I'd also like the option of attaching the backpack style straps to the bottom of the bag to keep them out of the way of the opening, but they were easy to detach and store inside the internal pocket.

John Dudley - 04.10.2019

Owning the Off-Season

A good coach once told me that “being lucky” is actually just being prepared. It was a valuable lesson and one that also applies to the backcountry. Now is the time to prepare with a purpose, not the week before the season starts.