YNOT Viken Duffel Bag Review

The Viken from YNOT is as simple and sturdy a duffel as a modern urbanite could ask for. And it expands. Just lovely.

  • Beautiful materials — I love the waxed canvas and water-resistant zippers.
  • Tons of space — I can’t believe how much room there is in this sucker! Shrinks + expands to fit whatever you need.
  • No backpack straps — I really wish there was a better hands-free way to carry this sucker than the single over-the-shoulder strap.
  • My favorite duffel bag? — attractive as heck, functional as heck, dope-ass materials… I like this sucker a lot.

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