If you're in the market for textiles with tradition, Manos Zapotecas is the label to turn to. Their hand-dyed, hand-woven, ethically-made bags draw from centuries of visual history of the Zapotec people.
This duffel's wool uses a weaving pattern that mimics the uniquely cared mosaic fretwork found in Mitla, an ancient Zapotec religious center in Oxaca. It's supported by a supple black leather base, handles, and shoulder strap, plus metal fittings. It'll hold several days' worth of gear while still fitting comfortably into any airplane overhead storage, so you can pack with confidence.