EXPEDITION DUFFEL
TRANSPORTER 130
TRANSPORTER 130
TRANSPORTER 130
KRW270,000
Color: Black
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Description

These packs are at home in the beds of dusty and dented pickup trucks, tied to yaks on faint footpaths, under your bed or in your garage and everywhere in between. From loading a few racks of cams for trips to the Creek, organizing your gear library at home, or packing for the biggest trip of your life, the Transporter Series will take you there, and bring your gear back safe.

Key Attributes

TOUGH AS NAILS

Dual sided TPU coating inside and out, burly hardware, stiffened main body fabric with protective accent ribs, overlapping zipper rain flaps and design details protect your gear from external elements like snow, rain, hail and sun while keeping your sharp points from poking through.

GEAR INTENSIVE ACTIVITIES

Duffels are workhorses, plain and simple. We stuff them full of more than we should, why not provide a reasonable way to carry them? These duffels amplify your experience, making the way ahead, no matter the distance, clear and easy. Expedition ready, these duffels won’t weight you down when it comes time to shoulder the load.

Features

  • Dual-zippered 3-D end pockets with overlapping rain flaps for quick access to smaller items
  • Four burly webbing grab handles
  • Eight side panel web lashing points securing duffel or attaching gear
  • Four lower web lashing points for securing duffels
  • Large, lockable U-zip access to main compartment
  • Weather-protected main compartment zip path with overlapping rain flaps
  • Stowaway contoured harness and yoke for comfortable backpack carry
  • D-ring attachments for adding a shoulder strap (sold separately)
  • Internal zippered mesh side panel pocket

Carry Information

STOWAWAY SPACERMESH HARNESS

  • Full yoke and contoured harness straps
  • Soft, breathable contact surface for comfort
  • Adjustable sternum strap with safety whistle

Specs

  Volume Dimensions Weight
O/S 7933 in3 / 130 l 31.9h x 18.1w x 14.6d in. 4.1 lbs.
O/S 7933 in3 / 130 l 81h x 46w x 37d cm 1.8 kg
Fabric
Main
800D Nylon TPU Double Coated
Accent
360/400D Nylon TPU Double Coated
Bottom
800D Nylon TPU Double Coated
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Transporter Series Product Video

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OspreyTRANSPORTER 130
 
5.0

(based on 1 review)

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5.0

YUGE Duffel, Holds the Kitchen Sink

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from Dolores, CO

About Me Outdoor Professional

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy to Transport
  • Large Capacity

Cons

  • Zipper Snags

Best Uses

  • Airline Travel
  • Expeditions to the middle of nowhere
  • Extended Travel

Comments about Osprey TRANSPORTER 130:

I've been using one of these updated Transporter 130s for about 8 months now as part of product testing and general curiosity. So far it has tagged along to Peru and Ecuador for 3 weeks of high altitude mountaineering, on many a roadtrip stuffed with camping and climbing gear, and most recently to the Bugaboos in Canada for more climbing. This thing has transported ice axes and crampons on 3 international flights and not had an issue with durability, pretty stellar! There isn't much to it for organization, so it becomes a bit of a puzzle to pack if you have some irregularly shaped items - I haven't run into too many unsolvable pieces yet. The pack away shoulder straps have been huge, I can have it loaded with 70+ pounds of gear and still get across a few airport terminals without crumbling into the carpet. That also has allowed me to carry a smaller daypack on the front when I need to be moving. In Ecuador I left my packed Transporter outside in a light rainstorm that lasted 3 hours, all the contents were dry and the coated exterior beaded water like it was supposed to, nice.

My gripe with these duffels is the zipper, as it can be tough to get going when the inside is full. It's a small gripe, as the zipper is definitely burly to help with durability, and the flap that covers the zipper path is there to keep things dry and clean.

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