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They haven't made this for a long time, so I'm guessing this thing is rare.
I bought this in the late 1990s and used it to protect my Bridger (L/XL) or my Loadmaster Longbed when traveling through airports. I have no idea for what purpose it was originally intended, but that's what I used it for - to keep my valueable DD packs from getting ripped apart on airport baggage claim carousels and conveyor belts. It swallowed those packs (individually, not both) with room to spare.
A big bag with a bounty of uses, the Travel Pocket from Dana Designs unfurls from its compact zippered pouch to a 6200 cu.in. duffel that also doubles as a rain fly. Duffel is made of Cordura® nylon and protects your backpack in transit... from dirt, water, rips, pokes and other maladies. Great for hauling extra gear or souvenirs. 35½x14½x12”.
Stuffed with pillows for this picture Grey in color, with no rips, tears, stains, and all straps and buckles in great shape. Packs into itself, with slots to attach to a pack (supposedly you can use it as a packfly, but I never tried it.)
$50 shipped CONUS