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Resolution Baggage: 11 Gym Bags For Under $100

Dragging yourself to the gym is already painful enough physically & emotionally, so don't cause your wallet any additional agony when choosing a bag to drag with you. We set our personal max at a hundo, then selected 11 locker room-ready duffels to get your stuff there in style — even if you're just going to sit in the sauna. Nothing wrong with that.


A Gym Bag You Can Afford To Get Gross
Topo Designs 18" duffel ($98 USD): This pack puts out climbing-wall vibes thanks to its made-in-Colorado origins, leather lash tabs, and lanyard pulls.
MiPac duffel ($39 USD): Affordable as it is unassuming, this bag's lightweight nylon body will resist that post-workout stench.
Rothco M.O.L.L.E. II 3 Day pack ($69 USD): This ain't just another flash in the camo pan — the army-navy surplus giant has been building solid military basics like this since the '50s.


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Penfield for J.Crew Irondale gym duffel ($85 USD): Bearing the Massachusetts' label's retro... er, label, and a J.Crew-exclusive colorway, this sporty schlepper is almost too pretty to stuff in a locker.
Herschel Supply Co. Novel duffel ($89.99 USD): The ubiquitous bagmaker's top-seller comes with knitted accents, and a separate compartment to contain your kicks' contaminating odors.
Askov Finlayson x BAD Bags #3 duffel ($100 USD): The biggest bag of this bunch is made in Seattle from heavy water-repellent Cordura, and comes with indestructible seatbelt-esque straps. Bad.
Benny Gold small duffel ($64 USD): This vintage-y barrel bag comes complete with an internal stash pocket, metal hardware, and a dash of the San Francisco label's streetwear cred.
Everlane reverse-denim weekender ($95 USD): As its name suggests, this elegant piece is made of inside-out jeans, but its name fails to mention that the premium leather handles are guaranteed to make it the classiest bag in the locker room.
LL Bean Adventure duffel ($34.95 USD): You may remember Bean's luggage from your youth, but with a water-resistant nylon body, metal hardware, and a padded strap, the only childish thing about this carrier is its kid-sized pricetag.
adidas perforated hold-all ($65 USD): This retro trapezoid brings sophisticated '60s swagger to your lift. And workout clothes. It'll bring those too.
Oakley Factory Lite duffel ($40 USD): With the O's vintage logo, a mesh external pocket for gross gear, and an internal pocket into which you can pack it, this flyweight is an inexpensive triple threat.

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