Kifaru Rampart and Kenosha Duffel

Jordan Budd

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Hey everyone! I've been using the new Rampart and Kenosha duffels on our recent travels. About to begin a written article for the site, anything in particular you'd like me to cover?! I will also be doing a video on what I've been putting in them.

Very solid built bags like one would expect. All materials are 1000D except for Ranger Green which is 500D. They also have a 400D packcloth lining. The Rampart is 2000 ci, great for the gym and light travel with a very basic layout. The Kenosha isn't much bigger at 2,850 ci, but it's a great travel bag with some extra organization features. The Rampart is within carry-on spec and the Kenosha at its fullest capacity would be 1 inch taller than spec, but the length and width is within spec. I wouldn't hesitate to use it as a carry-on, but that's me. Hoping to see a big duffel released soon for extended trips and checking on a plane.

I don't have any doubt that the duffels will last me the rest of my life.
Rampart Duffel
Kenosha Duffel

Update 6/25, Jordan's review is live here: Kifaru Rampart and Kenosha Duffel Bags Review
 
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Ndstevens

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Maybe it's just me but I'm struggling to get an idea of what all I could fit in the smaller or larger of the two. to see a video of how much gear it would hold would be nice. I personally would like one to store all my hunting clothes in the off season and then have it for any multi day trips camping or a vacation. So Seeing a video specifically highlighting the capacity of them would be useful to me. If this already exists then a link to that video works as well. Thanks Jordan

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Looking forward to this review. Looks like both should work as a carry on. I just so happen to be in the market for a carry on size duffel this year. I had been leaning towards the Mystery Ranch due to the backpack straps but i will have to give these a look. Do these have backpack straps or just standard shoulder strap?
 
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Looking forward to this review. Looks like both should work as a carry on. I just so happen to be in the market for a carry on size duffel this year. I had been leaning towards the Mystery Ranch due to the backpack straps but i will have to give these a look. Do these have backpack straps or just standard shoulder strap?
Standard shoulder strap for these.


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octavius

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Looks good. The smaller one could be good to keep in the back of a car or truck for all the extra crap that always ends up there..
 
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