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This is the most durable duffel bag we tested but also one of the heaviest. It is better for burly expeditions and not as great for airplane travel. It is designed to be taken on extended trips where durability and longevity are more important than weight. It is made of the some of the beefiest fabric and features no corners on the zipper of its main compartment opening. It is also one of the most water-resistant duffels in our review. It wears as a backpack well, which makes dashing through airports a little easier, and we loved its X-shaped grab straps on either end.
It is also the most weather-resistant model we tested, making it a great option for extended expeditions, long-term travel or storage use. It is one of the nicer duffels to drag around by any of its options backpack style, briefcase style or grabbing the end loops and dragging it on the ground. Its biggest disadvantage is the fact that it is nearly heaviest duffel in this review, with only the Mountain Hardwear Expedition Duffel being heavier, and is a little harder to zip shut than others. So if you are looking to save weight you might want look somewhere else. But if you are looking for one of the burliest duffels you can buy, then look no further than the Black Diamond Huey.