Best American Duffel was founded one score minus six years ago in Seattle, WA and the first BAD bags ever produced can still be found roaming the earth today. Their flagship duffel, the #4, is the original bag, with enough capacity for five to ten day excursions, hauling laundry around, a trip to the beach, an overnight trip for a high maintenance chic, or whatever else you might do that requires 4,200 cubic inches of raw storage.
Not only do BAD Bags look badass and hold whatever you need, they’re crafted with the best materials available. Constructed from 1,000-denier CORDURA®, a nylon fabric that has a brushed-cotton appearance yet generously coated with urethane and DWR (durable water-repellent finish) for abrasion and water resistance. Every BAD Bag is double-stitched and seam-taped to resist pressure from the inside when you’re trying to shove to much stuff into it and from the outside when a Southwest Airlines bags fly free handler drops it on the runway and a plane runs over it. And if that’s not enough, they wrap each bag with the same seat-belt nylon webbing that can save your life in an auto accident. One more thing, the YKK zipper used is a #10 – no more worrying about breaking the zipper when you have your “heaviest” friend sit on the bag as you zip up that last vital item.
BAD Bags don’t simply preach quality and durability, they are guaranteed for life – a long, rugged, adventurous life. Obviously Made in the USA. Get it here for $104.00.