PR: Wolfman Luggage Overland Duffle


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2016 Overland Duffel

Part Number:  OD501


Welcome our All New Overland Duffle. First in a new direction of Wolfman Travel Luggage. This extremely versatile Duffel fits in the overhead compartment on air planes, works as a great sophisticated tail trunk, and functions as a great Overland Travel Duffel. The Flat Oval shape keeps the bag from moving around in a vehicle. 

The Overland duffel can be carried and worn in many ways:

-As a Traditional Duffel 

-As a suit case with its side handle and easy carry end handles.

-As a Shoulder Bag.

-As a Back pack with its removable and adjustable shoulder straps.

-As a Motorcycle Tail trunk with the included mounting straps.

-As an overland travel duffel attached to a rack or tied down in a vehicle.


With so many uses and carrying methods our New Overland Duffel is at home in Timbuktu, the Ritz in Manhattan, or on your motorcycle.


Features include:

-Easy large single Main Opening. Heavy Duty #10 Zipper used for long lasting durability.

-Flap over Main Zipper protection from weather and conveyor belts.

-Interior “Clear Mesh” zippered pocket.  The Clear mesh pocket is great for quick access items, doubles as load compression, when removed can be hung using its attached D-Ring.

-Internal compression straps used with the “Clear Mesh” pocket or with out to keep the load tight.

-Four 2” D-Rings on each end; you can attach a Rolie Bag, Fuel Bottle, or almost anything you can think of.

-Carry handles at each end.

-Removable Shoulder Strap.

-Removable Backpack Straps.



-Heavy Duty 1680 Denier Wolfman Ballistic Vinyl Fabric

-35oz Vinyl Side Panels

-#10 Heavy Duty YKK Main Opening Zipper

-All Seams Bound for strength

-Wolfman Legendary Quality Materials and Construction.



Length: 15” / 38 cm.

Width: 20” / 50 cm.

Height: 9” / 22 cm.



- 45 liters / 2746



All Black


Part Number: OD501


Retail Price: $159.99

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looks like it's more flexible with all the straps etc than the DrySpec setup that I'm using now.

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