Maxpedition DoppelDuffel Adventure Bags *NEW*


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ceylonc
November 7, 2012, 05:48 PM
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Going to offer a promo on a killer piece of gear from Maxpedition. This is their DoppelDuffel Adventure Bag (#0608). Here is a product description, along with specs, from Maxpedition:

The Maxpedition DoppelDuffel Adventure Bag is a unique large travel bag that can be carried in a number of different ways to ease the burden of even the toughest loads. These Maxpedition adventure packs can be carried by hand using the easy grip handle or on your back with its hide-away integral backpack straps. The Maxpedition Adventure backpack has two (2) internal padded dividers that can split the main compartment into smaller sections.

Features
•Main compartment has two padded dividers
•One Frontal/top compartment
•Two (2) internal pockets
•Two (2) side slip pockets
•PALS attachment webbing on the top, bottom and both sides for additional attachments
•Shoulder strap includes 2” adjustable webbing with a shoulder pad
•Backpack straps are contoured to fit the body and have a built-in sternum strap
•The Adventure pack can hold up to 100 oz or a 3 Liter reservoir (sold separately)

Specifications
•Main compartment: 26"¯ x 13"¯ x 9"¯ with two padded dividers
•Frontal/top compartment: 10" x 7" x 2"
•Internal pockets: 8"¯ x 6"¯ x 2"¯ (two)
•Side slip pockets: 22"¯ x 6"¯ (two)
•Approximate Capacity: 3200 cu. in.

Price is $160.00 SHIPPED within the lower 48 states. Colors available are Black, Khaki, Foliage Green, and Olive Green. As part of this promo, I'll throw in for FREE a pack of four ITW GrimLoc Carabiners! Payment by US Postal Money Order or credit card via online checkout on deltaoutdoorsman.com. For a direct link to checkout, more info, etc., please visit the link below:

http://deltaoutdoorsman.com/scart/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=239

Thanks for looking & feel free to ask if you have questions.

Ceylon
deltaoutdoorsman.com
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JShirley
November 8, 2012, 09:52 PM
I bought a DoppleDuffel to use before my recent deployment to Afghanistan. It's a terrific way to carry about a week's worth of gear in a package rapidly configurable for aircraft or short backpack carry. I frequently used it to travel on rotary and fixed-wing flights, and carried it up to a klick before and after flights.

After almost a year of deployment, and R&R in Europe, except for wearing some CH-53 lube, the DoppleDuffle is still in fine shape.

The picture on the left shows the DoppleDuffle open. You can see the large useful space and two of the mesh pockets. These are good for small items like batteries, chargers, portable hard drives and extra dog tags. The picture on the right shows my gear before I left for CRC at Fort Benning. You can see I added two Camelbak water bottle carriers and an additional Maxpedition cargo pocket. The picture also gives you an idea of the DoppleDuffle's size compared to a traditional "assault pack" size.

John

JShirley
November 13, 2012, 10:25 PM
Pictures added. I have no financial interest here, but for frequent travelers who may have to carry their gear further than the typical "through the airport" haul, this is a great product.

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