Recently had a chance to use the Patagonia Guidewater Duffel Max, and am impressed by it’s convenient compartments and durable construction.
Guidewater Duffel Max is unique in that it features a floating divider that separates wet and dry items. Created for serious angling expeditions, the Max works great for traveling surfers and divers, because compartments hold a ton of gear. The Max is made with advanced materials, allows for ventilation, and is a simple duffel design.
Made with tough 840-denier double polyurethane-coated nylon fabric, Guidewater Duffel Max has high-airflow mesh, coated water-resistant zippers, rod tube attachment points, adjustable padded split shoulder strap, and an external zippered mesh pocket.
If you’re interested in the Guidewater Duffel Max, keep in mind that like all waterproof materials, parts of the bag have a tendency of heating up under direct intense sunlight.
Patagonia is an eco-friendly company. They recycle used soda bottles, unusable quality fabrics, and worn out garments, before turning them into polyester fibers to produce many of their products. Patagonia also brings awareness ecological degradation issues, and shares their profits with humanitarian efforts.
Patagonia builds some of the highest quality products on the market. Read more reviews on the Max at Patagonia.com.