Osprey Transporter Wheeled Duffle 60

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Vendor: Osprey SKU: 10003291

Building on the recently updated Transporter® duffel, the Transporter® Wheeled Duffel 60 can handle anything the world can throw at it. It is the perfect solution for travelers who require luggage that never lets them down, and when the load gets too heavy to shoulder, this Transporter®’s rolling prowess feels like first-class treatment.


These rollers shrug off bad weather and rough treatment. 800D TPU-coated nylon provides incredible abrasion and water resistance, long-lasting #10 YKK zippers with overlapping flaps offer superb weather protection, and padded grab handles make hauling, tossing or dragging these packs easier.


The Transporter's wheels are made for more than terminal carpet and manicured sidewalks. The HighRoad Chassis' proven tubular aluminum frame and high-clearance design offers unmatched strength and structure in a lightweight package.


Padded grab handles and lashing points enable easy handling and secure transport, a single exterior pocket and two internal mesh pockets provide small item organization, and compression straps stabilize the load. The right features for this simple, rugged and capable travel solution

  • Wide easy-to-pack side-opening main access has water-resistant double-flapped #10 YKK zippers with lockable sliders
  • Large external end pocket keeps smaller items accessible
  • Five padded tubular web grab handles make the bag easy to lift from any angle
  • Six additional lash points ensure secure transport on a roof rack or pack animal
  • Two large internal zippered mesh pockets help organize contents
  • Two internal compression straps secure load
  • Obscured ID window on end panel
  • 16" wide chassis
  Volume Dimensions Weight
O/S 3661 in3 / 60 l 27.56h x 15.35w x 12.99d in. 6.165 lbs.
840D Nylon TPU Double Coated
400/400D Nylon TPU Double Coated
1000D Nylon Packcloth
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including dimethylformamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to