Keep Your Gear High and Dry
For Your Next Adventure, Start with the Duffel
Before you can head out on a bush plane to the Alaskan wilderness, or board a jet boat deep into the Everglades, you need to pack your gear for the excursion. Consider that your gear will likely be subject to precipitation, wind, being thrown in and out of cars, planes, boats and helicopters — so while a budget-friendly rollaboard might seem like a good option, you may end up replacing the majority of your gear when you get to your destination. Rugged, rubberized duffel bags help to keep your gear dry and safe from all manner of abuse — the likes of which it will encounter on your next adventure.