TNT Duffel Bag

Jul 20, 2019

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Products / Travel

The classic duffel bag appears in the luggage ranges of countless bags, but this TNT Duffel hopes to stand out from the crowd thanks to greater comfort.

It has a super thick shoulder cushion, which the manufacturer claims is four to six times thicker than the standard. Comfort is also improved thanks to the super wide belt, which helps to distribute the weight of your stuff better across your body. In addition, the shoulder cushion is far longer than most competitors, so you won’t have to worry about pushing it up and down the strap to keep it in position over your shoulder.

The bag is made from super durable ballistic nylon and has rubber stands on each corner to further enhance durability. It’s also got a huge array of different pockets, such as an easy access external pocket for your phone, wallet and other daily essentials.

There is a laptop sleeve compatible with a 15-inch computer, and an interior elastic buckle to keep your stuff in place. Mesh pockets inside the bag also help keep your stuff organized.

The TNT Duffel will retail for $108 following a successful Kickstarter campaign. Order now for delivery in September.


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