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Seems like a decent bag. Instead of all the fancy solutions to keep your DO feet from wearing the bottom out I simply put the lid in the bag first, handle side up then the DO. The feet rest nicely on the top of the lid and keep the bag in good shape.
This is a lightly padded bag for my 12" deep dutch oven. When I want to travel light, I also use it for my other 10" pot, pans & utensils. It appears well-made with the straps cross over at the bottom to take the heavy weight of the dutch oven. To prevent your dutch oven legs from poking through the un-reinforced bottom fabric, trace the bag & cut out a cardboard or fiberboard disc to put inside the bag before placing your dutch oven so the legs will rest on the cardboard or fiberboard. Alternatively, you can also place the lid in first and then the dutch oven body so the legs are on top.
It would have been great if Campchef had added a longer detachable strap so I can put the bag on my shoulder to leave my hands free to carry other camping items.