Tuesday 22nd May 2018,
FitnessTravelGear

Rickshaw Square Duffel Bag

Rickshaw Square Duffel Bag

From Rickshaw’s Labworks Collection, Rickshaw’s Square Duffel Bag  has quickly become my favorite all-purpose bag for short trips.

Custom made in San Franciso, this limited edition duffel is designed to carry quiet a bit of gear without looking too bulky. The bag isn’t boxy or round, but a nice in-between shape with some urban flavor. This is no typical gym bag.

The Rickshaw Square Duffel Bag’s square bottom gives it a nice, flat foundation. The sides of the bag are firm enough to stand up on their own, so it’s easy to pack the duffel full. It’s a deep bag, and there’s plenty of room for a pair of shoes, workout gear, and a towel. Yet, I like this bag too much to use it for the gym.

I can fit in a few changes of clothes, my toiletries bag, socks, underwear, and my iPad for a weekend away. In fact, the only reason I don’t use it as my only carry-on bag when I travel for longer periods of time is that I travel with too many shoes. If I leave out shoes, I can easily pack four or five shirts and a couple of pairs of pants–enough for a week!

The Rickshaw Square Duffel Bag I tested was made out of Rickshaw’s Waterproof X-Pac™ material and lined with tough Cordura Nylon™, an ideal combo for durability and protection. I live in a rainy climate, so I love having a bag that keeps my gear dry. The lightweight bag has a chunky zipper and large D rings on each end. I love the wide shoulder strap because it’s detachable and because the strap clips swivel, which makes carrying the bag more comfortable that a bag with stiff, immobile straps.

Bottom Line: Volume, a pleasing design, durability, and style. Can’t think of anything else I’d need from a weekend bag. A custom-made bag — what a great idea for the man or women who has everything!

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$129

Manufacturer’s site: rickshawbags.com

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About The Author

FitnessTravelGear's editor, Erika D, has written about health, fitness, the outdoors, and travel, for a variety of national magazines and web sites, including Runner's World, Self, Ms., Hemispheres (United Airlines), Women's Sports & Fitness, MungoPark.com, Festivals.com, Expedia.com, and Underwire.com. Formerly, she wrote and produced a regular travel segment for Outside Radio, Outside Magazine's former radio show. She is also the author of ten books, including the popular "Little Book" series, featuring The Little Yoga Book, The Little Pilates Book, and more. Her favorite travel destinations: United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Greece, and New Zealand. Check out her author page at Amazon.

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