The Osprey® Transporter 40 Expedition Duffel Bag is equally at home in the bed of dusty pickup truck or tied to a yak on a winding footpath. This Osprey 40L 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 Transporter 40 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. 840D Nylon TPU Double Coated - Main. 400/400D Nylon TPU Double Coated - Accent. 840D Nylon TPU Double Coated - Bottom. Imported. Weight: 2.66 lbs. Dimensions: 20.9"Hx12.2"Wx10.6"D. Manufacturer model #: 10001154.
840D nylon TPU double coated - main
400/400D nylon TPU double coated - accent
840D nylon TPU double coated - bottom
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: 100116660
Rated 5 out of
Do it all bagCarry all motorcycle bag,able to carry all I need for m/c travel and work. I ride m/c as daily ride so I carry some m/c gear and a sport coat for work,court and meetings,files ,books etc. Waterproof ,portable it does it all for me. All the straps and attachment points let me use bike chain locks to secure it to m/c or unlock and carry it into court,meetings or wherever Best bag of all the bags I own,and I got a few!
Date published: 2018-09-18
Rated 5 out of
Matty TeleSki from
Best bag everHands down the best duffel bag ever. We went on family safari and these bags were critical during our trip. Very comfy backstops that easily tuck away during travel. Stellar bag!
Date published: 2018-08-22
Rated 5 out of
Family of four traveling SouthEast AsiaWe are a family of four traveling Southeast Asia (4 months). We first bought one Transporter 40L and one Fairview 40L to travel and hold all of our gear for the 4 months of travel. Before leaving the states we returned the Fairview and bought another Transporter 40L. We are two months into our travel across Vietnam and the Transporter has held up very well and is extra tough. I'm very surprised this pack is not mentioned more in top rated packs for long term travel. It actually has more packing space than the Fairview and Farpoint.
Date published: 2018-02-09
Rated 5 out of
Kevin M. from
Incredibly Versatile Bag!This duffle changes the game. I was in the market for a new duffle and when I saw the Transporter advertised, I knew it would be the one. My initial thought when I first got to touch this thing was "Wow, this material is fantastic!". You really have to touch it to see what I mean. The TPU coating (thermoplastic polyurethane) is awesome and gives it a "this thing will hold up to anything" feeling. All of the zippers, straps, and handles are built with great quality. You can tell they will last a very long time. The main compartment is massive and, when organized correctly, will hold a TON of gear. It is built with compression straps inside to help contain and compress your gear to add more space. The fact that you can transform this into a backpack is great. I used it for a trip to Chicago and when walking around the airport, the backpack function made it simple to carry around. You can get the backpack straps out and connect them in just a few seconds. If you are someone who appreciates innovation matched with fantastic quality, look no further than the Osprey Transporter 40! You will not be disappointed!
Date published: 2018-02-03
Rated 5 out of
Solid travel bagOf the bags available in NZ that I could find, this has the best match to the features I wanted, which was: a durable travel bag capable of taking 3-4 days of clothes for a business trip, carry on ability (which it seems to manage, though it looks big), capacity between 35-40ish litres; good handles, backpack straps, good zips, some form of compression and a couple of pockets. It looks smart, I got the black one and for business trips it doesn't look out of place at all, in fact with the shoulder straps hidden it looks very clean. I'd be happy I think carrying a weeks worth of clothing in this for business as it has the room, although I pack light. If I could change anything it would be the following (none of these are deal breakers for me they are just tweaks I'd like): - inside mess pocket its at the bottom of the bag when using as a backpack, I'd have put it at the top near the shoulder straps so there is no risk of compressing what in it if you but the bag end down. - the shoulder strap clips diagonally across the top of the bag, I'd prefer it diagonally across the side, which is less wide and would sit better, when carrying while giving you direct access to a side handle when taking the bag on or off your shoulder. - inside retention/compression straps, which are OK, but a bit fiddly...you have to fish about for them, They do however work well. I think I'd prefer external side compression straps on the bag like TNF do...wouldn't be as tidy though. - lastly the rucsac harness straps could do with end clips to stop them flapping about in a breeze (but really not a big issue)
Date published: 2017-10-13
Rated 5 out of
Old Man from
Way too versatile!I recently purchased the Transporter 40 and although not exactly as described in the video (perhaps mine is an older model????) it is undoubtedly the most versatile and comfortable backpack I own. As an avid camper/kayaker and traveller, this model has many, many useful applications. What I particularly like is that it can be either worn as a backpack or carried as a small duffle depending upon your preference, and particularly handy for airline travel - it definitely meets airline carry-on size requirements. A feature not referenced in the video but worthwhile mentioning is the fact that when worn as a backpack, the rear of the pack has no visible zippers that could be opened without your knowledge which is very handy when in crowds. Instead, access to the interior is managed via the zippers that are against your back and which by the way, are unnoticeable to the wearer given the flaps that cover them. I like the security this provides but obviously, should a thief wish to slice the pack open from behind, well that's a whole other issue! When kayaking on weekend or day trips, the tab system on the pack allows me to secure it without fear of it becoming dislodged in rough water or in the event I have to do an Eskimo roll. Again, since my pack is not identical to the Transporter 40 shown in the video, I would classify it as water resistant, not waterproof.