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Well. Bought a canvas and leather bag off amazon. Lasted 60 days. Teeth on the zipper broke.

Can anyone recommend a good overnight duffel. 100/200 range.

Can't seem to find a good one.


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http://www.badbags.com/index.p...duffel-3-sp-3-detail

I have this one, a #2 would probably be a better single night bag. I reall like it and they fixed my one complaint and moved the shoulder straps connection to the top rather than the side. The side mount made the bag hang so the bottom was against your body. More of a mess that way.

Next choice would be a Tom Bihn Yeoman https://www.tombihn.com/collec...?variant=33792673863




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County Comm has a bag I've been eying:

https://countycomm.com/product...aypack-maratac-rev-4


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Duluth Pack Sportsmans Duffel also available in all bison. Top notch gear your grandkids will enjoy.

ETA: Sorry, missed the price point you were looking for. I'll leave it up though for any others that might be interested.



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North Face makes is very tough duffle. I have one I bought years ago. I have been throwing dive gear in it for years. Besides local trips, it's been around the world and to more than a few countries. It has been thrown around planes filled to airline limits of 50lbs many times.

Mine shows some wear, scuff marks but the zipper and straps are in perfect condition.

Comes in a few sizes. Doesn't have any fancy pockets just one large opening.

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Kirkham's is a premium manufacture of Tents. I have used the simple cargo duffles for years with good results. They use 8.5 oz cotton shelter duck used in their Springbar Tents, it is durable and packs into small space when not used.They also have other duffles with thicker material. Look their page over, you might see something you like: http://www.kirkhams.com/made-i...canvas-cargo-duffle/
 
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Maxpedition Fliegerduffel

https://www.maxpedition.com/co...?variant=28117606161

MSRP is a bit over your price range, but you can find them online for $130-$180.
 
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Actual overnight, or enough room for 2 or 3 days? I can usually fit a change of clothes and a toiletry bag into my luggage works duffel, but strongbags will probaly be my next buy. I do like the look of the lw bag better though.

http://www.luggageworks.com/br...alth-duffle-bag.html

http://www.strongbags.com/ulti...crew-duffle-bag.html
 
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Ken's Canvas are super heavy duty, basic bag. They make horse packing items which are stoutly made. https://www.kenscustomtents.co...s/canvas-duffle-bags

Also Port Canvas makes a nice line of canvas duffles: http://www.portcanvas.com/categories/DUFFEL-BAGS/
 
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I appreciate the quick response.

Let's remove the price restraint. Go nuts.

Looking for clash over tatical. Business trips and what not.

Anyone have a waterbag from saddleback leather? I have the briefcase and love it. That's some serious money for a duffel but I am sick
Of stuff breaking.


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No price limit, then I concur with Saddleback.


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Osprey Shuttle

Great bag if you’d like one with wheels plus a lifetime warranty.

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May I suggest a black carry bag?

Black, so strangers can not see the contents of the bag.
Convenient two handle design.
Large handles for easy carrying.
No zippers, buttons or buckles to break.
Compacts to virtually nothing for easy storage.
Comes in a variety of sizes.
Economical choice to carry books, groceries, clothes, etc.
Reusable and recyclable.
Made from quality .5 mil material (upgrade as needed)
For a limited time only, get an extra box for your loved one.
Order online or call today!

https://www.uline.com/Product/...RvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds






 
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I use this but its overkill most of the time.

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I have one I bought from LL Bean 30+ years ago that still is working well. Brown heavy cotton canvas. Leather handles. Brass zipper, straight across the top, end to end. Probably USA made. Bet they don't offer anything like that anymore, but I think their warranty on the current offerings is still pretty good. A straight zipper will usually work and last longer than one that goes around curves and corners.




 
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Kriega USA. Long distance motorcyclists swear by them.

Check out the US20 bag.


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The Filson small tincloth duffle. It may be discontinued. This one was $90 from an online reseller. Nylon integral strap. Tough as nails. USA-made, guaranteed for life. I've used it as sole baggage (and carry-on) for several 2-3 week trips packing light (and washing clothes). For an overnighter, it'd be damn roomy.

 
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I use a Filson Rucksack for overnight. I fit underwear, shoes, khakis and a shirt in it. In fact I can go for a few days, casual outdoors with this.

https://www.filson.com/rucksack.html

For longer trips I use the large, rolling Filson Dufflebag. My how prices have changed!

https://www.filson.com/luggage...large-70375.html#196


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