Bag to carry clothes

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  1. tugasangler

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    CD5C0EEA-8E31-49F2-91D8-77C6BEB9A06A.jpeg looking see what people are using to bring their clothes in on long range trips .. I’d like a balanca bag but they’ve been discontinued for some time so what are others using? Ideas ?
     
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  2. Let em eat 74

    Let em eat 74 Well-Known "Member"

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    I use a no name bag that looks just like that. it was a freebie from my dad when he worked for Alcatel. I’ll take a look at it tonight and tell you manufacturer.
     
  3. Hismosa

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    Never leave home without my louie

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    I just use a duffle bag, works fine. Just bring a trash bag or two for dirty clothes.
     
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    I use duffle bags. No name bags. They look like the name brands but half the price.
     
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    Patagonia Black Hole duffel 90L or 120L 49351_HEXG_BACK.jpg
     
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    You guys BRING the clothes in a trash bag? Hardcore
     
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    Just have to make sure you keep your eyes on the trash bag luggage. Make sure they're not mistaken for trash and put in the dumpster. Especially when they are offloading. LOL

     
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    It’s not a bad idea to have a bag that is
    waterproof or water resistant. When you load your bag often sits in water on the boat deck. Your bag can also be set on seagull crap on the dock. It’s kinda good to be able to rinse off your bag . I always like starting out with dry clean clothes.
     
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    Great point. I just spray paint my name on the side of it and that seems to help.
     
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    Another pearl is to put dryer freshener sheets in the dirty wet clothes bag, your roommate will appreciate it.
     
  14. mullet

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    Whatever bag you decide to take pack it with old clothing that you can dispose of after you wear it .
    Makes things way easier .
     
  15. Montaukmaniac

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    Oh, another thing. Get a bag with wheels, helps dragging that stuff instead of throwing out your shoulders. Samsonite duffle with wheels. 69 bucks...

    Samsonite Andante 2 Boxed Drop Bottom Wheeled Duffel 28, Riverrock/Black

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    Yep been using a rolling duffel for 10 years...just like that one but a 32".
     
  18. DannyNoonan

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    I used to use LL Bean duffels, because they are cheap, colorful and easy to find in a crowd of black and camoflage. But a few years ago I switched to waterproof stuff sacks - the kind used for kayaking. Now when everything gets handed to the deckhands during loading and they put everyone’s bags on the freshly rinsed deck, my clothes stay dry. I unload all my stuff into the stateroom closet, and use the stuff sack for dirty laundry.

    Picked them up cheap on sierra.com...
     
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    A few years ago, I brought my buddy on one of the long trips and I told him to put his stuff in duffle bags. He bought one of those huge one used for baseball equipment stuffed and even the deckhands had a hell of a time dragging that thing.

    Rolling is so much easier than putting stuff on your shoulder.

     
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