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Patagonia MLC - Luggage: Reviews

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The 2,610-cube Maximum Legal Carry-On is overly tough, with 1,680-denier ballistics nylon and a DWR finish. It multitasks as a shoulder bag, soft-sided suitcase, or convertible backpack, handling mad airport dashes and civilized check-ins with equal ease. In the water-resistant main compartment, an internal compression panel/divider cinches clothing and makes for a removable Dopp kit. Two additional water-resistant pockets tally enough total storage for five days' worth of attire. And there's no need to dig around for in-flight diversion; an external organizer holds devices, paperbacks, snacks, and other sundries. 3 lbs; patagonia.com

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