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Duffle bags are easy to carry, but their dimensions don't maximize carry on packing space.
Suitcases make better use of carry on space and are easier to pack. The downside is that they're heavy and don't allow for hands-free travel.
The Homebase Duffle Case combines the packing space of a suitcase with the portability of a duffle. And it weighs less than 2lbs.
At only 1.9 lbs, your luggage won’t weigh you down.
The Homebase duffle case has the most internal space possible for a carry on. If you want to bring as much as possible, this is the bag for you.
Stack everything inside through the wide, front opening. Use the duffle case like a trunk at your destination. You don't even have to unpack.
The Homebase duffle case qualifies as a carry on so you can pack the maximum amount and still avoid baggage fees.
Use the crossbody strap or top handles—whichever you prefer. Both options are padded and pack away when you aren’t using them.
Your stuff will be protected from the elements with waterproof sailcloth—a material originally made for racing sails—and weather-resistant YKK zippers.
Duffles tend to collapse in on themselves as you try to pack. Not this one—LS21 sailcloth has enough structure to maintain its shape when the bag is empty without adding bulk or excess weight.
Use the internal mesh pockets for socks, toiletries, or accessories. Pack smaller items in the external zippered pocket.
The Homebase Duffle Case is a modern, updated, ultralight trunk, which travelers have carried for centuries. Today, we use different words (suitcase and duffle) to describe the same thing.
— Taylor, Marketing
Read more about the Duffle Case’s design on The Lab.
Clothes for more than 1 week of travel
Bulky sweaters and
a winter coat
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