Nokeo has reinvented the classic duffel bag in miniature.
While most duffels are big enough to take on a two-week trip, the Journey is small enough to fit under an airplane seat. It’s perfect for a long weekend or to use as your “personal item” on the plane.
Most airlines consider a bag of this size a personal item, so you can take it in addition to hand luggage. If you want to travel super light, you can get enough stuff in it for a few days on the road. Inside, there is a shoe pocket and a laptop pocket as well as the main pocket. An exterior pocket with organizational dividers helps to keep small items accessible.
The bag looks great in brown leather and there are two options available for the textile detail. Nokeo has used the highest quality materials to make a bag that will last for years, and it’s a great way of using your personal item allowance.
The Journey Duffel looks the part, too, so fly in style. At $229 retail, the bag is fairly pricey, but it’s an innovative way of maximizing the amount of luggage you can take on your next trip.
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