Sotnik Duffle Bag

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100% welded-waterproof, rolltop travel duffle. Carry it as a duffle or wear it as a pack. Haul ice cold beer to the beach and protect your stuff in a downpour. Made in USA. Guaranteed for life.


The Sotnik is the ultimate travel duffle and the only duffle you'll ever need. It's made with our 100% welded-waterproof technology, has a large cargo capacity with a huge opening, and it can be carried by hand or worn as a pack. It's part of our WWII-inspired Militia line. We made our original Militia bags to haul wetsuits and beer to and from the beach. All Militia bags feature 100% welded-waterproof main compartment that can hold ice-cold beer and keep your stuff dry in a downpour. A zippered compartment keeps wet/dry separate. Outside pockets with stainless-steel hardware for storing small stuff.


• Generous haul straps can be used for hand, shoulder, or pack style carry
• Reinforced bottom straps for skateboard or large items


• Waterproof rolltop closure accommodates a range of load sizes
• Welded internal bucket liner keeps water out or ice and beer in without leaking
• External pockets with stainless steel hardware for quick secure access to u-lock and work tools
• Side straps designed to carry skateboard or large items
• Reinforced haul straps can be carried one handed or worn as backpack straps


• Weatherproof 1000 denier CORDURA® Brand grade nylon outer shell
• Welded-Waterproof 1200D Military grade truck tarpaulin liner
• Built in: Chico, CA

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

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this bag is great. i just picked this up to have as my carry-on.

the size is perfect for a weekend bag that is carry-on friendly. the roll top closure is the best. it's simple and there are no zippers to jam. it also allows for some over stuffing if you pick up some items on your trip.

i really like the outside pockets for stowing some snacks and a charger; for impromptu snacking and charging.

the bag is a bit awkward in "backpack" mode. i wish it came with a sling strap for over the shoulder carry. i think that may be the one area for improvement.
Review by Alexander / (Posted on 3/5/2015)