The Friendly Swede HAGA Waterproof Duffel Bag
Mostly the Friendly Swede's new HAGA waterproof weekender duffel bag is providing a platform for me to talk about something I really want to get off my chest. And, no, it has nothing to do with how close HAGA sounds to another frequently circulated word in today's culture. It's about a different word entirely.
It's about the word duffel. Or, as some write, duffle. I am not a fan of the latter spelling. It bugs me like saying, hearing, or reading the word moist bugs a lot of other people, and is on par to how spelling whiskey without the E also bugs me. I don't know why, I like how waffle is spelled L-E, and would probably revolt if someone tried to change it, but duffel has to go E-L to the finish. And if you're wondering why I'm telling you this it's because I practicing. For airing my grievances on December 23! Festivus for the rest of us!
For those interested in the Friendly Swede duffel, it's a multifunctional weekender bag with high-frequency welded seams and a roll-down secure seal for use in all types of weather, and forth anything from the gym to a joyride on a motorcycle. The bag has a 30L main compartment, 15.6" interior laptop pocket, and slim outer pocket front. The HAGA duffel can handle up to 66 pounds of your gear, and adds just 2 pounds to your carry weight.