Campers, hikers, fishermen, and any individuals that enjoy spending time in the great outdoors have to have a great bag so that they can store any type of gear that they made need in. Fortunately, there are some great bags on the market.
There are two truly great bags available in the market, which are definitely one of those pieces of gear where the quality way exceeds the price tag. When hunters hunt in or near water it is obvious that a blind bag be as water resistant as possible and besides their gun, a good blind bag is one of the most important pieces of gear for hunting out of a blind or boat. There are a ton of little things to tote along for a day of hunting, and it really helps if those things are organized. You will always want to have a flashlight or two, some snacks, thermos, and shells and with these bags there is always a place for everything you may need.
Some of the many features of these bags include versatile storage spaces, but also some great specialized pockets including a zippered pocket for GPS or camera, a pocket for a cell phone, a key holder, mesh water bottle pocket, map pocket, shell loops, and even a molded, fleece-lined pocket for sunglasses or eyeglasses. To keep the nasty muck from your blind from seeping into the blind bag, it has a heavy-duty molded rubber bottom, which is waterproof and it is also highly abrasion-resistant.
We all know that no matter how well a blind is built, there are always errant nails sticking out that you have to be careful with. The bottom and the tough six hundred-D polyester top will keep your gear safe from rips and tears. That is why the bag's material comes with double polyurethane coating and internal PVC liners. Every little design detail is created with the duck hunter in mind, from the large rubber zipper bumpers to the usage of the new Advantage MAX-four HD camo, it is obvious that this bag was designed by serious hunters.
If you're in need of a new way to transport your essentials into the woods, look no further than a deluxe gear bag. Think of all the things you take on a hunting trip, even on a simple weekend excursion. Your packing list will vary in size to some extent according to quarry and season, but regardless of those variables, as hunters, we tend to require a significant amount of gear when we head into the woods, and clothing alone can fill a fairly large duffel for a relatively short trip.
What separates these bags from a regular weekend duffel? First off, these bags feature a rugged, all-terrain construction and the main fabric of the bag is thick, heavy-duty, water-resistant coated nylon. The bag's bottom well is one hundred percent waterproof and extends up all four sides of the gear bag, preventing any seepage. You can quickly remove any dirt and debris from the bottom well by simply running a wet wash cloth over it. It is built like a suitcase with a U-flap allows for easy packing at home and viewing of bag contents while in the field.
This bag is plenty big for most three or four day trips, even in cold-weather conditions that require a lot of layers and clothing. If you are a fairly conservative packer, this size would easily serve you well for week long trips. It has an adjustable padded shoulder harness, two straps that connect at the top of the bag, and two pull handles at each end of the bag for dragging or carrying.