Dutch small duffel bag, surplus
Small duffel bag that fits about 15 litres. Most likely intended to be used with backpack or combat vests, and can be attached to anything with general purpose straps.
The size and shape resembles a large sleeping bag. One zipper length-wise on the side to access the inside. The bottom has a large carrying handle and the side has two smaller ones. Two male plastic buckles are found in one end, so it's obviously designed to be mated with other Dutch gear. With this bag alone they serve no purpose.
In the Dutch army this piece of kit is called "RoTo Tas", which refers to Ronnie Tober, "tas" being Dutch for "bag".
Made of tough, water repellent synthetic fabric. Weighs about 400 grams, that should tell something about the material strength. If you don't trust normal compression sacks for sleeping bags, try this!
- Length: 37 cm
- Diameter: 27 cm
Used, but in serviceable condition.
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Tommi M. 01.11.2016 (Edited 18.11.2016)
juha s. 22.02.2017
WALTER F. 28.03.2017 (Edited 23.05.2019)
I don't know if the 1" split buckle are compatible with this bag but if it can, you can turn yourself into a glorified mule with any rucksack.
lasse l. 30.05.2017
THEO S. 07.07.2017
Jean N. 17.08.2017
I have many of these, about 10 ...
until recently all of them are marked inside as KL (for Dutch Royal Army)
the last 3 I received from Varus...are marked with many different UK based manufactors...
so this DPM Cordura compression bag should also being used by the British army.. (I Guess)
Its made to last forever, the Cordura is 100% and very thick, I have misused these bags in Thailand, bounty islands travel, Indonesia and many other ... would you recomment? no, so the more it could have :)
Yes most def... these are bomb proof and will survive the worst case scenario travel...
Harri K. 18.09.2017 (Edited 18.09.2017)
Denis S. 21.10.2017
Get a couple, once you start realizing how convenient and sturdy they are you will want to get some more.
ted k. 15.01.2019
Eric A. 27.06.2019