If Tanner Goods’ newest product looks familiar, that’s because it should be. Based on the standard-issue duffels that military men and navy personnel brought with them during deployment back in the 1940s, the Cargo Carryall gives you a generously-sized sack for those days you just need to haul an inordinate amount of stuff.
Like the seabags it’s based on, the duffel offers a cavernous main compartment, allowing you to pack enough load for a lengthy overseas stint. It’s just as simple, too – simply throw all your gear inside the main compartment to pack and dump them all by turning the bag upside down once you’ve reached your destination. Yes, it’s messy, but it darn well works.
Since oversized duffels are notorious for being cumbersome, the Tanner Goods Cargo Carryall attempts to ease the discomfort by using a structurally-padded shoulder sling strap. There’s also a reinforced handle for those times you’d like to give your shoulders a brief respite. It measures 13.5 x 13.5 x 34 inches with an interior volume of 72 liters, allowing you to fill it with a whole load of gear, whether you’re camping, traveling, or simply washing three weeks’ worth of laundry (we know, you’re lazy).
Construction is mil-spec 18-ounce olive cotton canvas, with grommet hardware, black press fit rivets, and a clash hook closure. Other features include a 2-inch heavyweight olive webbing, 5-ounce Meridian English bridle accents, and a handcrafted build put together in the outfit’s Portland workshop.
Available now, the Tanner Goods Cargo Carryall is priced at $300.