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You need to pack a little more, but you don’t want to check a bag. It’s the personal item’s time to shine.
If your carry on is a backpack, a duffle is a natural solution for a second bag. The downside? Most duffles are too big to fit under the seat of an airplane.
The Outbreaker Duffle qualifies as a personal item and has enough packing space for souvenirs, in-flight essentials, or anything else that didn’t fit in your luggage.
The duffle is a maximum-sized personal item that will fit under the seat. You'll stay carry on compliant, even with a second bag.
Flatten the duffle and pack it in your carry on for one bag travel.
X-Pac waterproof sailcloth and coated YKK zippers protect your stuff, even if you get caught in the rain.
Carry the travel duffle as a personal item if you need extra room for souvenirs, long-haul flight essentials, or anything else your adventure requires.
For a short trip, pack the duffle instead of larger carry on luggage.
At only 0.5 lbs, the Outbreaker Duffle won’t weigh you down.
Stash small items, like headphones or a passport, in the two zippered pockets. There’s one inside and one outside.
“Most airlines let you carry a large bag AND a personal item. What’s wrong with taking advantage of that from time to time?”
— Patrick, Designer
Read more about the Outbreaker Duffle’s design on The Lab.
In-flight comforts like a blanket, snacks, and an eye mask
Essentials like a phone, pen, and notebook
In-flight entertainment like earbuds, an ereader, and chargers
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