Take $45 Off the Duffel That’s Crossed Antarctica

Rugged, reliable and American-made

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Gadget and gear companies have all been leaning on the same phrase lately, and it’s made it tough for the consumer. How can every jacket/speaker/blender be “built for the long haul”? You need proof that the product is actually battle-tested — that it’s seen some serious sh*t and lived to tell the tale. 

One perfect example — Best American Duffel, and their selection of nylon shell adventure bags, currently $45 off. These things have literally crossed Antarctica. Mic drop. 

Used by dogsledder and preservationist Will Steger in the 1990 International Trans-Antarctica Expedition, Best American Duffel has kept their MO consistent for a few decades now. Think double-stitched bags wrapped in seat belt webbing and studded with nickel-played hardware. They’re built like Marshawn Lynch but’ll swing over your shoulder with the grace of Mo Farah. Their 69L duffel hybrid is available exlusively at Huckberry, and it’ll make a perfect companion to your travels, be it a skiing weekend or an adventure all the way down to the seventh continent. 

BUY HERE: $150 $105

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