Durability, Waterproofing and Convenience

Poler Stuff’s New Bags Are Your Perfect Travel and Adventure Companions


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The outdoor market is saturated with great durable and water-resistant travel packs, and if you’re going to make a splash, it takes a strong approach. So, sticking with what the #campvibes brand does best, Poler Stuff dropped a product line ready for battle with nature. Poler’s new ultra-durable water-resistant bag line, “Orange Label,” swings far to the outdoor side of the outdoor and lifestyle pendulum, and it’s creating a new normal for durability in carry.

In the realm of strong, durable bags, the standard is Cordura, a heavy-duty nylon material. But instead of Cordura, Poler Stuff went and found the most bomb-proof material they could make a usable bag out of, Dyneema. The material is often used in rock-climbing harnesses and webbing as well as aerospace and military applications. But here, it’s used to make a ripstop material that is nearly impossible to tear through. While Dyneema isn’t waterproof on its own, the bags come with discreet waterproof covers that tuck away into pockets when not in use, making Orange Label bags the perfect travel and adventure companions. If durability and waterproofing aren’t enough, the bags also include German-engineered Fidlock magnetic buckles that can be opened and closed with one hand.

The Orange Label collection is comprised of four bags: a pro-grade camera pack, a 25–liter duffel bag and two backpacks. One backpack is a 40–liter rolltop, while the other features a more traditional construction, also coming in at 40 liters. While they excel in the outdoors and are perfect for lightweight excursions, they are also great travel bags. Each bag includes a padded laptop sleeve and a handful of accessory pockets for sunglasses, cables and more. Additionally, they all fit as carry-ons when flying. So whether it’s a short trip to the backcountry or a quick flight, this label is ready for your next adventure.

The Orange Label collection ranges in price from $150–$250 and is available now on Poler’s website. To receive 25 percent off your order, enter the code GEARPATROL at checkout (valid through December 26, 2016).