The North Face Goldbrick Duffel

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Dash out on a quick weekend getaway when you throw your stuff into The North Face's Goldbrick Duffel. The durable ballistic nylon fabric handles a rough tossing about whether you're at the campsite, in a cargo hold, or at the airport. You get a petite zip pocket on the exterior to store small items and and internal organization pocket as well. Stash a rain jacket or windbreaker using the bungee compression straps on the top.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Goldbrick Duffel DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Goldbrick Duffel Daypack Large main compartment with organization Padded, adjustable, removable shoulder strap Bungee compression on top Exterior stash pocket The SPECS Average Weight: 1 lb 15 oz / 880 g Volume: 2745 cubic inches / 45 liters Dimensions: 12in. x 20in. x 12in. / 31 x 51 x 31 cm Fabric: Black: 630D ballistics nylon, 1200D polyester, Colors: 300D polyester twill, 1200D polyester This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Sized for a day s outing, or quick weekend getaway, this new 45-liter duffel is constructed with durable, ballistic nylon fabric that withstands rough tossing around at the campsite, in the cargo hold, or on the trail. Main large compartment features internal organization, and a petite zip pocket on pack s exterior to stash smaller items. Retro-inspired design. Part of our new Campus Collection, this retro-inspired design features contemporary and durable materials.

- The North Face

The North Face Goldbrick Duffel

previously retailed for:
$58.95 - $89.00

The North Face Goldbrick Duffel is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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