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Thread: Yeoman Mini

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    The toughest small duffel I own is a Goruck 20L gym bag (unfortunately discontinued). I have not owned any of the Red Oxx bags, but I have heard lots of good things about them. While I love my Patagonia black hole duffels, most start in size around 40L. Good luck!
    "Do one thing every day that scares you." - Eleanor Roosevelt
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    #3 on Red Oxx. Love them and their guarantee. Buy it for life and leave it in your will.


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    I second Bad Bags - their smallest duffle might work. If the budgets allows, well worth it.

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    Red Oxx or Bad Bags are my go to duffles.
    Joi Edwards

    black/steel Aeronaut, black/steel Smart Alec, navy Brain Bag, steel Snake Charmer, Absolute Strap, Vertical Freudian Slip, Brain Cell, Cache, Nook Pouch, wasabi Travel Packing Sacks, steel medium Yarn Stuff Sack, Aeronaut large and end Packing Cubes, Tri-Star large Packing Cube, ultraviolet Travel Tray, scads of different pouches of all sizes

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