No doubt, I am a HUGE Filson guy. I almost exclusively use their bags for travel, toting, work, and camera protection. One of my go-to bags is my otter green Medium Travel Bag.
This is the perfect weekender for me (Mrs. RCS can’t rent any real estate in this one…if she needs some space, I use my medium duffle bag). I didn’t realize it, but it looks like they discontinued their travel bags. Why? I don’t know…I suspect that they have a pretty full catalog of bags that are all around the same size. I love this bag because of it’s structure. The squared-off bottom gave it a more refined look, and quite frankly, it makes it easier to pack.
Well, then I came across this bad boy:
This is known as as the Small Pullman, and seems to be a fair replacement for the Medium Travel Bag. The Pullman is an awesome bag. I have the original/big brother, and the Mrs. and I use it for driving-trips. The little brother is 18.5″ long, 15″ tall, and 8″ deep. The good part about this bag is the accessibility:
It opens like a clam…easy accessibility to every inch of the bag. Why is this great? You don’t have to ‘dig in the well’ like most Filson bags…and the squared structure give it that refined look that business folks and non-ironic mustache/beard havers like.
So what do you think?