Os­prey lug­gage

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Pack­ing for any ad­ven­ture leads to some com­mon dilem­mas, not least which piece of lug­gage to pack it all in. For a city break, most choose a com­pact wheeler, while more durable kit is a must for an ex­pe­di­tion. But gear man­u­fac­turer Os­prey has solved that puz­zle for you with its lat­est in­ven­tion. En­ter the Rolling Trans­porter, a duf­fel bag with wheels – fit for both a swift ur­ban jaunt or epic mul­ti­coun­try odyssey. What’s even bet­ter is that Os­prey’s giv­ing you the chance to win one…

Ver­sa­tile ven­tures

The Rolling Trans­porter can be taken any­where and it’ll stand up to the test. That’s be­cause it’s made from Tpu-lam­i­nated ny­lon ma­te­rial that is both durable and wa­ter­proof. This means that it can ab­sorb the rigours of a multi-day ad­ven­ture and also keep your con­tents dry if you’re caught in the rain. This tough fab­ric wraps round an even stronger ABS poly­mer chas­sis, while bumper-sized wheels mean that it will han­dle any type of ter­rain you’re rolling it over.

The case’s bar­rel-shaped de­sign and in­ter­nal com­pres­sion straps makes the most of the gen­er­ous pack­ing space (it comes in a 40L, 90L or 120L size), while a handy se­lec­tion of pock­ets both in­side and out­side the lug­gage of­fer quick and easy ac­cess to your pass­port and doc­u­ments. How­ever, the lug­gage’s hy­brid de­sign is where it comes into its own. The main com­part­ment opens side­ways so you can pack it just like a reg­u­lar suitcase but the han­dles and lash­ing points give the ‘throwaround’ qual­i­ties ev­ery­one loves about a duf­fel bag.

Bags of knowl­edge

With over 40 years of ex­pe­ri­ence, Os­prey are ex­perts at craft­ing packs. A legacy of in­no­va­tive de­sign lives on in the lug­gage they pro­duce to­day. It’s that pi­o­neer­ing de­sire that has led their gear to be at home in the heights of the Hi­malaya or in the depths of the Ama­zon jun­gle and Os­prey’s Rolling Trans­porter is no dif­fer­ent. Its ver­sa­til­ity means you can take it any­where.

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