9 Stylish Go-Anywhere Duffels

A good duffel doesn't just get you where you need to go. It gets you there and back again—and makes room for a few pit stops in between. These 9 do-it-all bags are your best bets for any adventure you're about to embark on.

Navy blue leather duffel by Moore & Giles photo

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Benedict Leather Duffel by Moore & Giles

The Benedict duffel, from Moore & Giles, is your traditional leather duffel—except for the fact that it's practically bottomless. This luxurious leather bag comes in five different colors, but we're partial to the titan milled navy hue: It allows room for the burnished brass hardware to truly shine. ($860; nordstrom.com)

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Pebble leather duffel with black shoulder strap and black leather handles. photo

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Explorer Bag by Coach

It's a bag as handsome as it is functional, and made of rugged, streamlined pebble leather—a type of leather that hides any inevitable blemishes or scuffs from frequent travel—and will actually grow smoother, more worn-in, and more stylish over time. Plus, it's got several handy pockets for keeping key items well within reach, including one designed specifically for your cell phone. ($695; coach.com)

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Pebble-grain leather duffel with diagonal zipper. photo

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Cabina Pebble-Grain Leather Holdall by Valextra

Pop quiz time: Is this a duffel bag or a work of art? From the vivacious petrol exterior to the smooth cream interior, Valextra's Cabina holdall is an exercise in master-level coloring. Plus, check out the diagonally placed zipper: It's a tiny detail that sets this duffel apart in a sea of par-for-the-course bags. ($4,120; mrporter.com)

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Dark brown leather duffel with leather handles and shoulder strap. photo

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Signature Leather Duffel by L.L. Bean

Lined with 16-ounce canvas and crafted by the company's legendary tanners, L.L. Bean's signature leather duffel is possibly the toughest duffel on the planet. And as a bonus, this bag, despite its rugged nature, manages to be quite a looker. ($299; llbean.com)

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Gucci duffel with tan pattern and bright red accents. photo

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GG Supreme Duffel by Gucci

Gucci may be known for their loud-and-proud designs (like their trademark kingsnake print), but, when it comes to duffel bags, we're partial to their muted options, like the GG Supreme. Yes, it boasts a vibrant, romantic red. And yes, it literally screams "Gucci" on the side. But other than that, this is a classy, understated duffel that'll absolutely get the job done—whether you're going to Vegas or Versailles. ($2,450; barneys.com)

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Sleek black leather duffel with handles and decorative tassel. photo

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No. 10 Weekender by Lotuff

You know those money bags in crime films, the ones stuffed with hundreds of hundreds? Lotuff's No. 10 Weekender is essentially one of those—all stylish and sumptuous and suggestive in its innocuousness. But that just means you can pair this with any outfit, for any trip. For full mob boss status, pick this bag up in jet black. ($850; lotuff.com)

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Distressed leather duffel with handles, shoulder strap, and luggage tage. photo

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Logan Overnight by FRYE

There's something about FRYE's leather—it's always a little distressed, a little lived-in—that we're head over heels for. The Logan overnight bag comes in three distinct leathers; for our money, slate is your best bet, if you want to maximize that lived-in look. And speaking of lived-in, this bag is spacious enough for you to do exactly that. ($598; thefryecompany.com)

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Half white and half navy blue duffel with brown leather handles. photo

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Chebeague Duffel by Sea Bags

Leather. Suede. Nubuck. Waxwear. You know and love duffels constructed from these tried-and-true materials. But allow us to posit a new fabric for the duffel bag echelon: Sailcloth. Yes, every bag Sea Bags produces is made out of recycled sailcloth from actual sailboats. We're partial to the Chebague duffel, a nautical blue-and-white bag that fits in just as well in a corporate high rise as it does on the high seas. ($225; seabags.com)

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Black duffel with front pocket, handles, shoulder strap, and camo accents. photo

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Kaleidoscope Weekender by Jack Spade

Camo's tricky: One wrong move and you're in trying-too-hard territory. But if you pick up a bag with a very understated camo, like the barely-noticeable pattern on Jack Spade's Kaleidoscope weekender, you'll nail one of the coolest looks. ($798; barneys.com)

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