Foldable duffel bag 30″ / 75l lightweight with waterproof for travel

(8 customer reviews)


  • make certain this fits with the aid of coming into your model variety.
  • up to 75l capcacity,general weight is best about zero. 52lbs.
  • lockable clean 2-manner zipper.
  • easily folded into its’ own small compact(ipad size).
  • this duffel bag fits graco percent and play well and high-quality tent bag alternative.
  • with large ability but bring-on folding size and lightweight,it’s truly a really perfect extra”simply in case” bag for travelling/buying/camping,also may be used as season laundry garage.
SKU: C185QW906Y331 Category:

product description

  • measurement of 40l duffel bag:22. 8×9. 8×9. 8 inch
  • measurement of 75l duffel bag:30. 7×12. 2×12. 2 inch
  • dimension of 100l duffel bag:32. 5×11. 5×17 inch
  • 30″ foldable duffle bag with 75l capacity

  • simply in case travel duffel bag
  • changing tent convey bag
  • cowl bag to shield your backpack
  • bring bag for % n play
  • garb storage
  • purchasing bag
  • measurement:30. 7×12. 2×12. 2 inch
  • packing include:1 computer duffel bag
  • lockable zipper on the main compartment

    solid stitching

    zippered aspect pocket

    pinnacle cope with


    Black, Blue, Red

    8 reviews for Foldable duffel bag 30″ / 75l lightweight with waterproof for travel

    1. Bernadette

      Fits Graco pack n play and plenty of room for other baby stuff. Used for travel. Checked on airplane. Bag has held up for 6 flights so far and still in great condition. Read more

    2. LaShonda

      So far so good! I was able to put a 9 person tent, fly and a few supplies in it. I’m sure if I rolled my tarp it’ll fit as well. Good buy. Read more

    3. a Midwest reviewer

      I bought this bag as a cover to protect my 75liter backpack from baggage handling equipment. This bag is ideal in the sense it weighs only 8oz and is just barely big enough for my pack and contents on an airline, where even the smallest Osprey AirPorter weighs 1lb and takes up more space when I have to carry it inside my pack. If I didn’t put much in the backpack lid and cinched the straps for the lid down as tight as possible (to make the backpack as short as possible), with many of the contents like clothes put into corners outside the pack, then I could get my backpack to fit … barely. However it’s not so ideal since there’s no way to lock the main zipper of this duffel bag closed. There’s only a single zipper pull, so you can’t lock two zipper pulls together. There’s no loop or ring that you can lock the single zipper pull to either. For my purposes taking buses when trekking overseas, a cheap-o fifteen dollar bag also effectively disguised the fact there was a backpack inside, and I didn’t want people to guess it had really nice backpacking gear inside. So I suppose the lack of any luggage lock served to further disguise the fact there was valuable stuff inside. That’s struggling to make a glitch into a feature – the OPTION to lock this bag would be better. The un-lined fabric material seems strong enough to survive multiple airline trips, it’s the stitching that proved to be the weak point. Within the first five days, the main (top) zipper came off the zipper, and then that zipper pull was lost a couple days later when someone else opened the bag. I faced having to take long bus ride and then fly back home with no way to zip this bag closed. After spending 20-30 min working at it with my backpacking knife/multi-tool and a huge safety pin from my first aid kit, I managed to remove the zipper from the end pocket, get it onto the main zipper, and then put big safety pin at end of zipper run to (hopefully) keep zipper pull from going off the end again if TSA opened bag. By the time I got home the zipper pull came off again despite safety pin, however this bag served it’s purpose for one trip – barely. No idea if this is a genuine Faraday bag. By the time I buy four of this disposable single-use bag for four trips, I may as well spend the same money on a ZPacks cuben fiber airline case that weighs only 3.3oz (vs 8oz for this bag) if not for the fact my big 75-liter backpack has a circumference over 41inches, so is too wide to slide inside that ultralight backpack cover. I still give this Faraday(?) duffel 3 stars only because it was still a good value at fifteen dollars and it served it’s purpose for a single trip – barely! Read more

    4. JoAnna

      Love love love!!!!! We traveled from NY to PR and packed our Graco Pack n Play in the red duffle. Not only did we have extra room for 2 packs of diapers and wipes- we even packed 3 beach towels. No rips and very durable! Read more

    5. Steve, the man…

      This is exactly what I was hoping for… super-lightweight, very strong material, large capacity tote. Really like the feature designed into the bag where the bag turns inside out and becomes a storage pouch… for itself. Read more

    6. EMK

      I bought a few of these bags and am writing the same review on each in case they are listed separate from each other. All the bags are the same except the color; they are decent bags, nothing fancy not overly durable but they get the job done. Can’t beat the price either which is why I got them. Also a nice feature is that they are “self containing” so they can fold in on themselves and zip closed for easy storage when I am not using them. Read more

    7. DustyFish

      This bag was just perfect to pack clothing and shoes in, leaving my real checked luggage for breakables, toiletries, etc. Made it onto the plane and back on the carousel without any damage or zippers breaking. The size is good, it’s just under the allowed amount for a carryon, yet you fit a vast amount of clothing into it. And, if you used space-bags even more. Great price for a very serviceable item. Folds into a square in the pocket, very clever. Read more

    8. Casey S.

      perfectly fits a pack n play! Read more

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