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Timbuk2 Wingman Duffel 2014 - M

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Product Features

  • Ultra lightweight, only 3.3lbs. So you can carry more with you.
  • Can be carried on board- no need to check it in.
  • Carries like a messenger or a backpack. The ergonomic shoulder straps tuck away when not in use.
  • External padded laptop compartment.
  • Multiple grab straps for easy storage in overhead bins.
  • Separate zipper pocket for storage of shoes, wet clothes, cosmetics etc.
  • Durable refined weave ballistic nylon.
  • Vista loop for “blinky” bike light attachment.

Detailed Product Description

Keep your light travel essentials stylishly stowed and neatly organized in the Timbuk2 Wingman Travel Duffel. This compact, lightweight, and durable, water and tear-resistant bag, ideal as a carry-on case, features a structured design and Timbuk2 logo embroidery, and it can be carried, worn over your shoulder, or used as a backpack. It boasts a spacious, zippered main compartment with garment restraints; zippered pouches for storing toiletries and accessories; and plenty of room for your short trip and in-flight necessities. A separate compartment is perfect for holding shoes, soiled clothing, or spillables, and the Timbuk2 Wingman Travel Duffel comes with a vista loop for a "blinky" bike light attachment.

Product Specifications

Dimensions:i
21.46" x 14.17" x 6.89"
Weight:i
3 lbs, 3 oz
Material:i
Ballistic Nylon
Warranty:i
Lifetime against defects in material or workmanship
Linear Inches:i
42.52"
SKU:i
524-4
Catalog #:i
CT39-210732

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Ratings Summary
Overall

4.5

Based on 63 reviews

99% recommended
Appearance
4.6
Durability
4.7
Organization
4.5
Price/Value
4.3
Most Helpful Review
  • Posted: 12/10/2011
  • Reviewer: SectionChief from Chicago-Amsterdam
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68 person(s) out of 69 found this review helpful.
"I've had this bag since May 2011. I can't remember what exactly prompted me to order it because I was not familiar with Timbuk2, but I'm sure it was the size and weight features and partially the consumer reviews. I'm a travel bag aficionado because I'm always looking for the perfect travel set-up and willing to invest time and money, researching and buying, to make my travel easy. My situation is that I live in Europe [US expat] and travel by airplane [125k+ miles annually] to a variety of countries almost every other week for work and my trips average from 2-7 days. I often travel with the wingman as my only bag because it is the most versatile. Using packing cubes, I can fit the essentials [including workout gear] for my trips very easily and slide my laptop [w/sleeve] in the laptop compartment, though that part may not be fully zipped depending on how much the bag is filled, but this feature allows for easier security checkpoint removal. The pockets on the outside ends of the bag accommodate my size 13 shoes and dopp kit/3-1-1 bag. Because the bag is more of a rectangle than your typical round duffel bag and has such a wide opening to the main compartment, it can hold more. I was asked/forced to check my wingman only once, and that was in Turkey at the ticket counter for a regional carrier, where there is an archaic weight rule, regardless of if the bag is small. I have a Tom Bihn Aeronaut and it doesn't hold as much, but still is a very high quality bag [made in the USA]. I have a Redoxx Airboss and it is also a high quality bag [made in the USA] but does not have the option to go completely hands free [i.e. no backpack option] when you want to use both hands or when the bag may get heavy [inevitable sometimes] and irritate the shoulder[s]. No bag is always perfect for every travel scenario, that's why its good to have a few options, but my primary travel bag is the wingman."
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  • Posted: 12/10/2011
  • Reviewer: SectionChief from Chicago-Amsterdam
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68 person(s) out of 69 found this review helpful.
"I've had this bag since May 2011. I can't remember what exactly prompted me to order it because I was not familiar with Timbuk2, but I'm sure it was the size and weight features and partially the consumer reviews. I'm a travel bag aficionado because I'm always looking for the perfect travel set-up and willing to invest time and money, researching and buying, to make my travel easy. My situation is that I live in Europe [US expat] and travel by airplane [125k+ miles annually] to a variety of countries almost every other week for work and my trips average from 2-7 days. I often travel with the wingman as my only bag because it is the most versatile. Using packing cubes, I can fit the essentials [including workout gear] for my trips very easily and slide my laptop [w/sleeve] in the laptop compartment, though that part may not be fully zipped depending on how much the bag is filled, but this feature allows for easier security checkpoint removal. The pockets on the outside ends of the bag accommodate my size 13 shoes and dopp kit/3-1-1 bag. Because the bag is more of a rectangle than your typical round duffel bag and has such a wide opening to the main compartment, it can hold more. I was asked/forced to check my wingman only once, and that was in Turkey at the ticket counter for a regional carrier, where there is an archaic weight rule, regardless of if the bag is small. I have a Tom Bihn Aeronaut and it doesn't hold as much, but still is a very high quality bag [made in the USA]. I have a Redoxx Airboss and it is also a high quality bag [made in the USA] but does not have the option to go completely hands free [i.e. no backpack option] when you want to use both hands or when the bag may get heavy [inevitable sometimes] and irritate the shoulder[s]. No bag is always perfect for every travel scenario, that's why its good to have a few options, but my primary travel bag is the wingman."
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  • Posted: 11/30/2011
  • Reviewer: b from Kaneohe, HI
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17 person(s) out of 17 found this review helpful.
"Just came back from a two week trip which included 5 planes, 1 Eurostar, subways, buses, and two senior citizens in a foreign land. I had my hands full with other things so it was absolutely terrific to be able to sling my Wingman onto my back and jet down the narrow aisles. Our extra jackets and clothes along with brochures, snacks and even my day bag all fit easily while still being accessible. It's deconstructed style makes overhead storage worry free especially with handles all around. The zipper pulls have holes large enough to fit travel locks if you need some security. This had a minor downside in that the pulls could rotate around so that they weren't aligned for pulling on the zipper. The overall quality is Timbuk2 that is to say "great". The look is handsome and modern. I would buy Timbuk2 products again based on this purchase."
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  • Posted: 5/22/2012
  • Reviewer: Melissa from Pittsburgh, PA
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28 person(s) out of 29 found this review helpful.
"I recently purchased the Wingman Travel Duffel for my 15 day trip to Europe. My experience with this bag was extremely positive. The bag easily held 3 pairs of pants, 1 pair of shorts, 7 shirts, socks, underwear, pjs, flip flops, toiletry bag, converters, maps, guidebook, travel towel, travel hair dryer, and souvenirs! My bag weighed around 10kg which was comfortable to carry on my back and at only 5ƈ"; I never felt the size of the bag was too much to manage. I also found it easy to pack and repack the bag between stops. After 4 countries and 6 stops, I never saw anyone else with the same bag and it still looks brand new. If you are looking for a convertible duffel/book bag, this bag is the choice!"
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  • Posted: 7/25/2013
  • Reviewer: Anonymous Customer from Pleasant Hill, IA
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11 person(s) out of 11 found this review helpful.
"We hauled it all over the Netherlands, Belgium, and Italy traveling by public transportation 3 1/2 weeks this Spring. It was the largest of four bags we carried onto our flight and then between the two of us (AARP age eligible) we had to be able to carry everything on trains and buses. This carried the bulk of our clothes and we wore it as a backpack and as a sling depending on who was carrying it and how far. When it was full and we were running to catch our train to Germany it was especially great that it was a light bag. No problem with narrow train and city bus aisles either and so nice not to be wheeling something heavy around on brick streets and up and down stairs. This bag helped make it the trip of a lifetime."
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  • Posted: 4/10/2011
  • Reviewer: Jason from Indianapolis, IN
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14 person(s) out of 15 found this review helpful.
"I was deciding between this and the Patagonia MLC. I love Patagonia stuff (and purchased both to compare in person), but the Timbuk2 Wingman was obviously a better carry-on travel bag in my opinion. It has better straps, a more "formed" shape, and looks just as good if not better."
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  • Posted: 3/7/2013
  • Reviewer: Michael from Cockeysville, MD
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7 person(s) out of 7 found this review helpful.
"I used this bag for a two-week trip to the Philippines and was very pleased. In the past, I've used duffel bags instead of roller bags because I like the additional compartments and smaller (squishable) dimensions. However, they tend to really tax my shoulders. The Wingman's backpack mode works very well, especially for avoiding shoulder pain. The interior straps come in very handy for preventing the contents from shifting too much. I do wish there were more sub-compartments, but that's not a deal-breaker. The Wingman's dimensions are well within carry-on limits, yet it can hold a lot. That's exactly what I was looking for."
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  • Posted: 12/1/2012
  • Reviewer: Anonymous Customer from Montclair, VA
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7 person(s) out of 7 found this review helpful.
"I love this bag, I use it when I fly standby on vacation as airline crew, it always fits in the overhead bin, and always meets carry-on weight limits for international airlines without those heavy bulky wheels and frames. I just used it for an 11-day trip to Hawaii and I'll use it again in January for 9 days in Europe. Its so much more convenient than a duffle to have the switch between messenger style, suitcase style using just the handle, or backpack. I've already purchased a second one as a gift."
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  • Posted: 4/20/2011
  • Reviewer: Dave from Wethersfield, CT
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6 person(s) out of 6 found this review helpful.
"Fantastic looking bag that falls outside of the norm for suitcases. This bag fits much more than I ever expected And the compression straps are a nice feature. I recommend a timbuk2 clear flex pack for toiletries as it fits perfectly in the side pocket of this bag. The padding for the laptop pocket of this bag is on the thin side. This was a plus for me as it kept overall bulk down, but if you want hefty laptop protection this might not be the bag for you. Overall this bag can definitely fit more clothing type items than a medium to large size internal frame backpack - it is the perfect carry-on suitcase in my opinion. If you want my advice, ditch the roller and get this instead; it is thin, light, and has nice features. I would worry a little about my Mac Book Pro if I was frequently storing it in this in an overhead compartment but it is possible I am just paranoid. I also might be asking too much as no other bag I know can carry a weeks clothing, shoes, toiletries, and a computer all at once."
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  • Posted: 4/18/2011
  • Reviewer: Sara from Brooklyn, NY
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4 person(s) out of 4 found this review helpful.
"Since this isn't a rigid suitcase, your packed items are more likely to shift around inside, even with the interior straps. However, so far, this has been its only shortcoming. I love how light and easy to transport this bag is! It was great going through airport security with it as a backpack. I didn't give it an excellent rating for price/value, since I haven't had it very long and don't know how long it'll hold up. But the construction seems durable enough. I'm looking forward to using it for years to come!"
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  • Posted: 4/23/2011
  • Reviewer: Robert from Denver, CO
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3 person(s) out of 3 found this review helpful.
"I love Timbuk2 bags. They look great and they are well made and well thought out. I used this bag on one short trip so far and it worked out well. My experience was very positive with this bag, however if you are packing some weight or your trip is long (ie, many airports) you might want to consider a wheeled duffle like the Mother Load Mini. I always like to have the option of carrying everything on or checking a bag and I can do that with either of these bags."
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