6 of the best weekender travel bags

Travelling, even if it’s just for a short break, is back on the agenda for most of us now and making sure you’ve got the best accessories for the job is the next logical thing to be thinking about before heading out on your adventures. If you’re planning a few nights somewhere and just want a bag big enough for essentials without being overbearing, you need a weekender, my friend. Check out our pick of 6 of the best weekender travel bags below:

Patagonia Black Hole Duffel – 40L ($129)

The Black Hole Duffel boasts a robust design built to hold and haul everything you need for a long weekend away. ($129)

Amundsen Okavanga Duffel 65L ($279)

The Okavanga 65L Duffel from Amundsen, which is the brand’s largest travel bag, is crafted to withstand decades of ski vacations, desert caravans, and island hopping through the Pacific. ($279)

Boundary Supply X-Pac Errant Pack ($229)

The Errant Pack from Boundary Supply ($229) is a fantastic example of that commitment to endurance thanks to the high-tenacity Kodra construction and fluid organisation that effortlessly adapt to the office life, outdoor use, or weekend breaks. ($229)

Billy Kirk No. 297 Standard Issue Backpack ($285)

The brilliant Billy Kirk N0.297 Standard Issue Backpack ($285) has a separate media pouch for your tech and loads of interior organisational pockets, making this American-made bag ideally suited for endless commutes to work, TSA airport lines, and everywhere else life takes you. ($285)

Topo Designs Travel Bag ($229)

Perfect for organising your essentials, clothes, and gear, this 40L Too Designs Travel Bag ($229) includes enough space for a week’s worth of gear and internal organisation to keep it all in check. Crafted from the sort of no-nonsense, tough materials and superior craftsmanship Topo is synonymous with. ($229)

Mystery Ranch Mission Rover ($185)

With a cleverly organised interior and abundance of space, the Mission Rover from Mystery Ranch ($185) is ready for one-bag travel and beyond. It makes a top-notch carry-on, slipping into overhead bins with ease, and boasts three ways to carry to ease the aches and pains of traveling — both mental and physical. ($185)

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