North Face Duffel Bags 49% off from £47.50 @ Nevis Sport (free delivery)
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North Face Duffel Bags 49% off from £47.50 @ Nevis Sport (free delivery)

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Found 1st Aug 2016
Seems a good price for a great bag!

Small from £47.50
Medium from £52.50
Large from: £57.50
Extra large from: £62.50

Prices vary by colour and size chosen.

Free standard delivery over £20.
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That is a lot for a duffel bag.
catbeans

That is a lot for a duffel bag.



Me-Thinks that as well
catbeans

That is a lot for a duffel bag.


You get what you pay for
Very good d bag. Pretty much bomb proof
fpsazerbaijan2

You get what you pay for



Northface printed on the side?
It's a tough durable bag that's fairly water proof.
It's worth the cash to be honest.

But each to their own
How do you actually view the bag? I click the link but I can't see the product
x7RK

Very good d bag. Pretty much bomb proof


Many lives would be saved if these were supplied in bulk to ISIS.
catbeans

That is a lot for a duffel bag.



This is no duffel bag. It's a North Face Duffel Bag

you may as well strut around the local park with this...

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£50 for a bag is not a 'deal'

it's superficial brand brainwashing.

wake up. and buy a bag without a name on. then spend the money you saved on something important.
On our last trip both our 'hard' suitcases were both cracked. The guy we reported it to at the airport said the north face duffel bags were the best in his opinion and experience.
fpsazerbaijan2

You get what you pay for



otherwise its shop-lifting
n3m3s1s

otherwise its shop-lifting



or it's Noel Edmonds Saturday Swap Shop...
Ours been around the world in airmiles swear by it
fpsazerbaijan2

You get what you pay for



Strictly speaking though, if you get what you pay for, isn't that by definition not a deal? If you pay £47.50 and get a product fairly valued at £47.50?
Seems like they're OOS
Well made kit. Rarely seen at discount such as this.
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sebs

£50 for a bag is not a 'deal'it's superficial brand brainwashing.wake up. … £50 for a bag is not a 'deal'it's superficial brand brainwashing.wake up. and buy a bag without a name on. then spend the money you saved on something important.


£47.50 for a £94.99 bag is very much a deal.

That's the point of this site if I'm not mistaken.
antomac1001

or it's Noel Edmonds Saturday Swap Shop...



I think you mean Multi-coloured swap shop
#iwasthere
Tiso were doing Rab ones for £20 last year. In my experience North Face make good quality, hard wearing bags but that price is absurd.
sebs

£50 for a bag is not a 'deal'it's superficial brand brainwashing.wake up. … £50 for a bag is not a 'deal'it's superficial brand brainwashing.wake up. and buy a bag without a name on. then spend the money you saved on something important.



Some can afford this for a bag, some can't, best just to let people buy what they want and worry about your own purchased.
Look at Montrose Rope & Sail, particularly their Jura range for robust travel bags. There's a reason that they're used by offshore workers the world over. Plus they'll customise the bag and webbing colour, and add your own text or logo.
it is a very over priced bag produced for various companies but brand for north face.
I work on an oil rig and we have to use duffle bags for weight and flexibility as bags gave to get squashed into helicopter sponsons.
The north face bag is exactly the same bag as my go outdoor HiGear bag except for the branding and the HiGear was £20ish for the 65l.

you can buy a caterpillar Yosemite branded 50l duff bag on eBay delivered for £17.98 and it is good value, I bought one for traveling to Florida it is very strong and waterproof. what more can it be
Hi gear ones from go outdoors are just as good for those worried about price. Had mine for two years of constant use with no problems.
good deal !!!.... love mine..
so much better than the cheaper brands I've previously had.
well worth the money at this price!... picked mine up at the north face outlet for same price last year...

so tempted to get one of the suitcases
Muir

Strictly speaking though, if you get what you pay for, isn't that by … Strictly speaking though, if you get what you pay for, isn't that by definition not a deal? If you pay £47.50 and get a product fairly valued at £47.50?



No...not at all..."Strictly speaking though" does sound like a boring new TV reality show
fpsazerbaijan2

You get what you pay for



I'm not against a bit of retail therapy, sometimes it's nice to buy what you want when you want without always looking for the best deal. But (there's always a but ;)) I've paid twice as much in Blacks for North Face stuff as the identical product branded Karrimor in Sports Direct, Blacks had reduced the price in their sale too. Obviously I'd bought the North Face before seeing the Karrimor deal-I didn't pay over the odds deliberately.

Edited by: "Gordinho" 2nd Aug 2016
thekanester

I think you mean Multi-coloured swap shop#iwasthere



lol - I stand corrected .. p.s if you were there you wouldn't remember it ...oh wait - that's the 60's
antomac1001

lol - I stand corrected .. p.s if you were there you wouldn't remember it … lol - I stand corrected .. p.s if you were there you wouldn't remember it ...oh wait - that's the 60's


These days I don't remember anything!
thekanester

These days I don't remember anything!



lol
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