Our new favorite bag is virtually indestructible
Go ahead. Dunk it underwater or throw it in a swamp. It'll be just fine.
Sure, you've gone camping once or twice and maybe you've gone fishing for fun, but what do you do when torrential rainfall hits or when you're slicing through the backcountry and suddenly fall into a swamp by mistake?
Enter Yeti. These guys know how to make durable. Look no further than their incredible line of everything-proof coolers, drinking vessels and more that can withstand what ever nature or your rowdy group of friends can throw at them. While Yeti's been known for helping keep your suds cold, now they want to keep your duds dry. Meet the Yeti Panga Submersible Duffel.
If you plan on spending a night or two outdoors, finding the right duffel bag should be at the top of your to-do list. The Panga Submersible Duffel really does have it all. With Hydrolock zipper to keep water out, an impervious ThickSkin shell, QuickGrab lash points, stowaway mesh pockets for storage, and MetalLock hardware that can withstand just about anything, this duffel is made to tackle the toughest of terrains.
The exterior fabric—made of high-density nylon and a thick TPU lamination—is tough as nails, though even nails won't penetrate it. Sets of DryHaul straps mean whether it's on your back or in your hands, you're as comfortable as possible while carrying it.
Perhaps best of all? It just looks bad ass. It's the kind of bag you'd see clipped to the waist of a paramilitary guy rappelling down from a hovering helicopter. It's the kind of bag a group of lumberjacks would put down so they could fight off a swarm of attacking bears. Admit it; you want one. The man in you needs one. Pick it up over at Yeti.com.
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