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Friday, 23 October 2009 11:28

Fish Bag

Our Insulated Fish Bag is designed to follow the contours of your kayak while providing ample storage space and easy access. With the S2S Insulated Fish Bag on deck, you’ll never want for comprehensive storage again.

Fish Bag

After attempting, and failing, to find an insulated fish bag that met the varied needs of our customers, we decided to design our own. The first improvement we’ve made over the fish bags currently available is the wide mouth opening. This semi circular flap unzips and opens a full 180° providing unrivaled access to the main compartment and greatly easing the task of getting a large fish into the bag. We’ve also added a clear vinyl map pocket, a drawstring mesh pocket, and a bungee lattice overlay for external storage, a large contour pocket, and straps for conversion to a backpack. The S2S Insulated Fish Bag has a separate internal pocket for the included, reusable ice pack, and a generous opening at the tapered end for easy cleaning. The bag measures 42” in length and has a capacity of 3,565 cubic inches. The S2S Insulated Fish Bag is available in “sun repeller yeller” and “anti-ray gray.”

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Measures 43” in length, tapers from 21” to 7” in width
  • Capacity: 3,565 cubic inches
  • Extra wide mouth for easy access
  • Several external storage pockets
  • Clear vinyl map pocket
  • Bungee lattice overlay
  • Straps for conversion to backpack
  • Reusable ice pack included
  • Available in yellow and gray

For More Information: www.surftosummit.com

 

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