Burton Multipath 60L Plus Duffel Bag

Burton Multipath 60L Plus Duffel Bag
Burton Multipath 60L Plus Duffel Bag
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Multipath 60L Plus Duffel Bag by Burton
Whether your path is taking you to your favorite ski resort, a secret camping spot, or the open road, the Burton Multipath 60L+ Duffel Bag will hold everything you need and then some. This durable duffel bag features multiple carry and storage options, ensuring that you're ready for anything your travels might throw at you. When you find that the 60L size isn't enough for you, the roll top expands to add 10L of storage, giving you even more room for gear, layers, and everything else you may need. The carrying straps easily convert to backpack straps when you want to keep your hands free, and are also super comfortable for those long days spent wandering airports and city streets. You've also got added storage and organization thanks to the external accessory pocket and internal mesh organizers.

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SKU: BURZ8N1
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