There are three ways to carry Osprey's Porter 30. You could pick it up by the padded exterior handles. You could attach the optional shoulder strap. Or you could unzip the padded backpanel and deploy the padded mesh shoulder harness and hipbelt to carry it as a pack. No matter how you decide to tote it, this duffel boasts plenty of travel savvy features.
The main compartment has two zippered side pockets. A large front panel pocket contains padded laptop and tablet sleeves and an internal zip pocket for small items. The zippers accessing both compartments are lockable for additional security.
Stash items you want to keep nearby in the top zippered pocket or the vertical zippered pocket on the front panel. No matter how much you fill this duffel, StraightJacket compression straps stabilize the load when you're moving.
If you need even more carrying capacity or want the option of a satellite pack for short trips, reinforced cord loops allow you to attach an Osprey Daylite daypack (sold separately) to create a small pack/large duffel bag carrying system for the ultimate in gear transport flexibility.