Armageddon Gear Kit Bags Plus

Don’t disrespect the duffel!

Duffel bags never get their due. People fret and fawn over the latest backpack but no one gives a second thought to the trusty duffel bag that has been doing yeoman’s work carrying their crap for years. When you have a winter kit that you keep in your vehicle, you’re not going to use a backpack for that. Time to head to the gym? No one uses a backpack as a gym bag (okay, maybe some of you weirdos do but you’re wrong). Does your backpack work as a range bag? Nope. Would you keep duck decoys in a backpack? Please. There are just some things that duffel bags do better and when it comes to actually hauling gear, they are hard to beat.


The Kit Bags Plus from Armegeddon Gear are what duffel bags should be. Some makers complicate them with lots of pockets or organization features but that isn’t what a duffel bag needs. A good duffel needs one thing – a large, uncluttered main compartment with a wide opening so that the entire compartment can be easily accessed. Any other small compartments are bonus and should be kept out of the way. That is exactly how the Kit Bag Plus is designed.

These bags feature a large main compartment with top zip access. Each end has a small Velcro secured stash pocket and both sides feature full-length zippered stash pockets. Armageddon Gear attaches the webbing handles with large box stitches and reinforces the bottom with thin closed cell foam. The bags come with an adjustable shoulder strap and are available in three sizes:

  • Small: 17″l x 9″w x 8″h
  • Medium: 23″l x 11″w x 10″h
  • Large: 32″l x 13″w x 13″ h

Check out the Kit Bags Plus at Armageddon Gear. There are only about a million uses for them. I’m sure you can figure out a way to use one.


2 Responses to Armageddon Gear Kit Bags Plus

  1. Damocles February 3, 2016 at 09:44 #

    Boy the tacti-cool market just keeps getting better and better. $70.00 for a small duffel? Someone sure thinks VERY highly of this, the most basic of bags. I’d have to get access to unlimited acquisition funds to justify something like this. The “Gucci” kit is obviously well out of my price range. Thanks for the write-up, though!

    • Hammer Actual February 3, 2016 at 12:13 #

      It’s an American owned, American made product. So I don’t see what’s so “Gucci” about it. So by all means, keep spending your money on cheap outsourced products. I’ll support America

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