The Osprey® Packs Transporter 130 Expedition Duffel is equally at home in the bed of dusty pickup truck or tied to a yak on a winding footpath. This Osprey 130L backpack is tough and weatherproof, with functional features that make it ideal for travel or backpacking. There's a weather-protected main compartment with overlapping rain flaps, as well as dual-zippered, 3-D end pockets with overlapping rain flaps for quick access to smaller items. The large, lockable main compartment opens with a U-zip for access to your gear. An internal zippered mesh side panel pocket offers additional storage. For transport, securing the bag, or attaching gear, with are 4 webbed grab handles, 8 side panel lashing points, and 4 lower webbed lashing points. There's a stowaway contoured harness and yoke for comfortable backpack carrying and D-ring attachments for adding a shoulder strap (sold separately). The Osprey Packs Transporter 130 Expedition Duffel compresses and zips into its own sleeve for storage or taking along an extra bag. Includes manufacturer's All Mighty Guarantee to repair any damage or defect free of charge. Nylon. Weight: 2.7 lbs. Dimensions: 31.89" x 18.11" x 14.567". Imported. Manufacturer model #: 10001137.
840D nylon TPU double coated
Zippered end pockets with rain flaps
Weather-protected main compartment with rain flaps
Large, lockable main compartment
Internal zippered mesh side panel pocket
4 webbing grab handles
8 side and 4 lower lashing points
Stowaway harness for hiking backpack
D-ring attachments for adding shoulder strap (sold separately)
Zips into its own sleeve for storage
Web ID: 100079166
Rated 5 out of
Best large duffel aroundBought this, Sea to Summit, and Patagonia to compare... this was the best, returned the other two. Only thing missing is a shoulder sling strap, but the backpack suspension is the best I have seen on a non-backpack. This thing should last forever, great weight to strength ratio too.
Date published: 2017-11-09
Rated 5 out of
Mychal from Osprey from
YUGE Duffel, Holds the Kitchen SinkI'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.