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This rolling expedition duffel could eat two pony kegs. I dumped loads of gear into the 6,100-cube behemoth for kayaking and glacier tromping in Alaska and still had plenty of room. Osprey's inventive exoskeleton design features a flexible Delrin rod that acts as a shield while forming the backbone of the StraightJacket compression system, which clamps loads like a giant taco. A wet/dry footlocker and three zippered side pockets help segregate grunge and gadgets. The wonk factor may make this guy slow and steady, but that's the point: Your tackle, and lots of it, will stay sound and secure. 9.7 lbs; ospreypacks.com