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Juggernaut™ 115

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An incredibly durable rolling duffel for gear intensive trips. Designed with our athletes in mind who need a durable container to tote their toys around the globe. Larger easy glide skate wheels for a smooth and quiet roll that can accommodate uneven surfaces. Clean appearance with the necessary attachment points for unconventional loading situations.
$375.00
Style# 1496541
product.components.activity Casual / Travel

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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 9 lb. 16 oz. / 4.52 kg. -
  • Fit: - True to Size -
  • Pack Capacity: - 7020 cu. in. / 115 L -
  • Good For: - Casual / Travel -

Summary

An incredibly durable rolling duffel for gear intensive trips. Designed with our athletes in mind who need a durable container to tote their toys around the globe. Larger easy glide skate wheels for a smooth and quiet roll that can accommodate uneven surfaces. Clean appearance with the necessary attachment points for unconventional loading situations.

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Materials

  • Fabric Accent: HardWear™ Tarp 25
  • Body Fabric: 840D HT Ballistic Nylon
  • Body Fabric Content: 100% nylon
  • Fabric Bottom: 840D HT Ballistic Nylon

Measurements

  • Apparel Fit: Equipment
  • Pack Weight Regular: 9 lb. 16 oz. / 4.52 kg.
  • Pack Capacity Regular: 7020 cu. in. / 115 L

    Details

  • Generous checked baggage size swallows expedition sized gear (32in. x 16in. x 14in.)
  • Remarkably strong TIG welded alloy frame combined with very durable ballistic nylon and tarp
  • Smooth and quiet rolling 100mm diameter urethane skate wheels secured on dependably stable thru-axle
  • Large, quick access pocket on top panel with water-resistant zipper
  • Internal mesh zippered pocket keeps gear organized
  • Lashing friendly daisy chains to safely transport gear to those far off places where only beasts of burden can travel
  • Comfortable, molded grip pull out handle
  • Internal and external compression keeps gear neatly packed while eliminating the struggle of zipping the duffel shut
  • Lockable, dependable, beefy #10 zippers open the duffel wide
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Reviews

Juggernaut™ 115 4.1 5 17 17
Keep your old Juggernaut. I have owned a Juggernaut 115 for about 5 years and it finally give up so, I decided to replace it with another Juggernaut. Bad idea. The new one does not have any compartments on the zippered lid, it does not come with a stuff sack and the retainer straps inside are short and only cinch down in one direction were as the old bag had longer straps that tightened both ways as well as compartments on the lid as well as the outside. I don't think I have ever been disappointed with a Mountain Hardwear product, this was very discouraging and unless you just want a large space to dump a bunch of stuff in, don't buy this bag. November 6, 2014
Nice Bag This bag has plenty of space in it to carry everything you could need. I packed it full of my clothes and dive fins for a 2 week trip to the keys. The material seems to be pretty rugged and I really like how the inside of the bag is an orange color so that it is easier to see what you have in it. My only complaint is that there are no photos on the website of the interior of the bag. Thus when I searched photos online prior to purchase they showed a bunch of interior pockets on the top flap that could be used to store smaller items. I was disappointed that these pockets were not in this bag. I guess this is the newest version and they decided to remove the pockets for some reason. To clear it up for everyone on the interior there is one small mesh pocket at one end of the bag. On the exterior there is a small pocket that is located right near the pull handle. October 25, 2014
Expected More When looking for the right rolling duffer for me I really wanted one from MHW. I do a lot of traveling with the military and always have to pack lots of extra gear. When I purchased this bag I did not know the layout of the inside compartments. All that was available were youtube video reviews. So when the bag arrived I was disappointed of the lack of individual pockets inside the bag. Its overall size is decent for one week trips but I would not recommend it for extended stays. Overall my expectations were high but wished there were more pictures of inside compartments because it would have swayed my purchase. March 11, 2014
world traveler and his juggernaut great just love it! esp. silent wheels glide smoothly zipper could be more rugged though I tend to over pack w very heavy electronics and travel in remote places like water resistant top wish all of juggernaut was same material but I tend to be over critical of equipment! December 28, 2013
overall good but needs a little bolstering I like this travel bag very much. After removing it from the mailing box, I packed it full and traveled with it the next day. My only regret was that it arrived slightly broken. The center peg that held the backing material to the frame had popped off. As said, I needed to use the bag immediately. I was headed to AK. I didn't have time to try the process of returning it for a new one. My bag's backing separates from it's frame. It functions well but it's an aesthetic that shouldn't have happened new. Noticing how weak the peg was built in, it would've happened eventually. Maybe it's an improvement Mountain Hardware can make for future bags. June 2, 2013
Extended Traveller YouTube videos and previous reviews led me ot believe that pockets existed on the underside of the top flap. Most reviews were critical of these pockets (becuase they zipped from the bottom up and things fell out) and I was suprised when I received this pack (April 2013) that these pockets were removed. This bag is HUGE. Well made, rolls well, and is perfect for my next 4 month trip with multiple activities (rock climbing, camping, travel, jiu jitsu, military exercises, etc.). Actually ... I may need another one. April 24, 2013
Trusty travel companion My wife and I have taken this bag all over the world. I like it because it has structure and the frame provides some protection for my ski boots and other more fragile equipment. The bag appears pretty small for its size, but you would be amazed at what you can stuff in there. I usually travel with this bag and the large duffel because I can carry the duffel like a backpack, have my ski bag in one hand/shoulder, and pull this bag with the other hand. Very mobile and well built. I have the yellow and black version, but I would get the all black version next time so I don't stick out so much. April 9, 2013
Perfect I have two of these now. We have two kids and this bag is such a brilliant addition to our traveling adventures. It's rugged, spacious and brilliant! March 10, 2013
Great features inside There is a lot more to offer in this bag than what the product information tell you. It would have been even more of a selling feature to know this. There are lots of compartments and extra little travel bags inside for seperating our gear and sundries. I love it and cant wait to use it. While empty it will not stand up alone. Im hoping that fill with my gear it will stand up on its wheels. September 27, 2012
Well made piece of luggage I have been using my North Face basecamp XL duffel bag for the last few years, and while that thing is light and extremely durable, it was hugely cumbersome to carry around. That's when I started shopping around for a rolling duffel. I still wanted something very durable, but as lightweight as possible so I can still stuff all my gear in and keep it under the 50lbs limit. The Juggernaut 115 fit the bill perfectly and I recently used it on a climbing trip to Yosemite Valley. While its a bit smaller than the TNF XL basecamp duffel, I was willing to sacrifice some space for convenience. The dimensions are actually sized perfectly to stay under the max size of airline checked luggage. The outer material is heavy duty, as are the zippers. The extendable handle seemed very solid and the large wheels really did make it easier to maneuver around and roll over curbs, uneven pavement, etc. than a standard rolling suitcase. A few things that could be improved: The single handle on the 'top' that is connected to the compression straps doesn't do much good to help pick it up, but I guess that's why you have the handles on either end. Also, I felt that the zippers on the mesh pockets on the inside of the lid were poorly placed. Usually I will put my luggage against a wall and open it up so that the lid sits vertically against the wall. However, the zippers on the mesh pockets are then facing down, so when you unzip the pockets everything falls out. They should have put the zippers on the other side of the pockets, minor issue but it was annoying. The only other thing is that I felt I could have done without some the of the pockets, like the deep one that is near the extendable handle, will probably never use that and its weird how deep it extends into the bag. June 21, 2012