The Ultimate Overnighter | Black X-Pac™ x 'Redrum' X-Pac™
- FIT: Athletic gym bag or travel duffel
- EXTERIOR MATERIAL: X-Pac™ / VX21 TRUE RED DWR - 1500, 210 D Ripstop Nylon face, .25 mil polyester film, Red Polyester X-PLY at 22, 50 D polyester taffeta backing
- INTERIOR MATERIAL: *Same as Above
- CLOSURE: x2 Oversized YKK Water-Resistant AquaGuard® Zippers with ParaCord Pulls
- HANDLE: 2" MIL-SPEC seat belt carry handle and 2 side carry handles
- INTERIOR: Inside zipper pocket
- DIMENSIONS: 19" long x 12" tall x 12" deep
- WEIGHT: 2.5 lb
- VOLUME: 36 Liters
- * Comes with matching red paracord unless you order other color separately.
The Ultimate Overnighter is the ultimate in simplicity. It may not boast the surround sound equivalent of pockets and storage like its larger brother the Rover, but it is the ultimate in everyday utility and Badassery. This bag serves as a durable all-weather duffel bag built with water resistant material to battle the elements on any trip. The 36L duffel is just the right capacity for a single day or couple night trip to carry and protect your essentials. Whether you’re loading up an Airstream to escape the city, heading to a tiny house in the mountains, or just hitting the gym the Ultimate Overnighter Redrum X-Pac™ Edition is the perfect companion.
YKK water repellent zippers let sweat and water water drops roll off like 'Poof!' The comfortable MIL-SPEC 2" seat belt strapping is soft yet sturdy. And then there's the look: clean, rugged, timeless. The Ultimate in Happy.
PROUDLY HAND-CRAFTED IN THE USA
WHAT IS XPAC?
Not to be mistaken with the WWF wrestler, X-Pac is a composite fabric comprised of multiple layers laminated into a single sheet. The layers in the standard pack cloth consist of a nylon face fabric, a polyester “X-Ply” mesh, a waterproof film and light taffeta backing with a water-resistant coating. Developed and distributed by the sailcloth makers Dimension-Polyant, the company discovered that much of the technology they had developed for making specialized racing sails was also capable of producing a unique bag material. A good sail needs to be as light as possible, whilst strong enough to withstand the forces running through it. To retain its intended shape the fabric needs to be stable across all dimensions. It also needs to survive the elements by not absorbing water and being resistant to UV. With these properties, and with the fabric being relatively accessible, it’s no surprise that cottage industry bag makers jumped on board. In particular, the waterproofness and structure of the fabric was far greater than other lightweight materials used at the time, such as silnylon. The waterproof film provides waterproofness up to 200 PSI, which means packs are pretty much rainproof and don’t gain weight whilst hiking in the rain.