This post is sponsored by YETI.
YETI has been the expert at keeping your drinks/food cold pretty much forever. Now, they’re here to save your stuff and give you the world’s most durable travel gear. In addition to their rock-solid waterproof backpacks and duffels, YETI has added to their travel line with brand-new, ultra-tough luggage that will see you through a lifetime of trips.
YETI Travel Luggage
Need something durable for your next adventure? YETI’s new line of luggage can withstand anything your travels throw at it, from overly aggressive baggage handlers to a sudden downpour. Made from a water and stain-resistant expedition-grade Tuffskin Nylon fabric, these rolling suitcases will last you through thousands of miles and still look brand-new (simply wipe the bag down with dish soap and a damp cloth when you get home).
YETI’s new suitcases come in two sizes: a 22” carry-on which holds up to 40L and a 29” checked-bag that can hold 80L. Included compression straps can be used inside or outside of the suitcases to really help you cram in that last bit of stuff. Both are available in three gorgeous color choices: a deep aquifer blue green, a rich navy, or a sleek black.
Your stuff will stay protected and organized in these thoughtfully-designed bags, thanks to included YETI Crossroads packing cubes, mesh dividers, plenty of easy-access pockets, and a clamshell opening.
YETI Panga Dry Bags
Headed out into the wild (or have just sadly watched out the window of an airplane as your bag gets drenched on the runway one too many times)? You might get soaked but your stuff will stay dry with YETI’s Panga Dry Bags line which includes backpacks, duffels and totes.
The Panga Backpack is the perfect size for a personal item on a plane, a day bag, overnight trip or a hiking pack. The ergonomic DryHaul™ shoulder straps, removable chest straps, and waist belt make this backpack feel effortless to carry (no matter how much you cram in there). It also eliminates frustrating digging to find stuff buried at the bottom of your bag with an interior sleeve and stowaway mesh pocket to keep everything organized.
Take the Panga Backpack on a float trip or boat ride without worries—a HydroLock™ zipper keeps every drop of moisture out while the Udock™ zipper end ensures a totally airtight seal. The high-density nylon and TPU lamination of the backpack’s ThickSkin Shell™ is puncture and abrasion resistant, and can survive pretty much anything.
Need more space? The Panga Duffels are made from the same ultra-tough and waterproof ThickSkin Shell, but come in a 50L, 75L, and 100L size. The 50L Duffel is the perfect weekender bag size, and fits most airline carry-on requirements. The 75L Duffel is perfect for longer trips or winter adventures requiring more gear. The 100L Duffel is the ultimate workhorse, and can hold pretty much your entire life. No matter how full you pack the duffels, the padded straps make them comfortable to carry.
You could drop these duffels in a river and they’d come out unscathed (and everything inside would still be dry).
YETI Camino Carryall Tote Bag
Throw away all your flimsy tote bags—YETI’s Camino Carryall Tote Bag is the only tote bag you’ll ever need. Made from the same waterproof, durable, and easy-to-clean material as the Panga Duffels, this tote bag will stay significantly cleaner than any other bag you’ve dragged through airports, packed with groceries, or brought to the beach. The Camino Carryall Tote Bag is going to be our new beach bag for life—sand just slides right off, and you can hose it off at the end of the day.
The molded bottom keeps water out and also lets the bag stand on its own for easy loading. The wide opening makes it easy to toss in everything from boots to books, and it’s easy to haul around by the shoulder strap or CrossBar handle.
Maximize space by attaching items you need easy access to to the cool external Hitchpoint Grid™ .
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