Just landed from Manitoba is this new range of awesome, versatile gear bags!
Manitoba has developed this gear bag to fulfill the demanding needs of hunters and outdoor enthusiasts.
It has been built from top quality materials to perform at the high levels required in the harsh conditions found in nature. Attention has been paid to ensuring strength in the areas required and lightness where possible.
With a volume of 60 litres, this gear bag is the perfect size to accompany you to any activity, or for a long weekend away, whether it's hunting, camping, tramping, or just visiting your olds!
The Manitoba 60 Litre gear bag features backpack straps, which are also removable, allowing you to carry your bag on your back when suited - perfect if you're going to be lugging it around your feet for a while.
Made from super durable splash-proof material, you can count on your gear staying dry if you get caught in an unexpected shower. Plus the Manitoba Gear Bag is aesthetically pleasing on the eyes so you can be comfortable taking it anywhere, from the airport to the range to the sports field.
As dedicated outdoors people, Manitoba have utilised their experiences to create a product that will last, and carry your gear in style.
• Made from strong, water resistant 500D material
• Removable pack straps
• Four compression straps
• Grab handle on both sides
• Multiple attachment points
• Transparent ID name tag pouch
• Strong, easy-clean padded base
• Internal lid pocket
• Large, durable zippers
• Length: 590mm approx.
• Width: 410mm approx.
• Capacity: 60 litres
• Colour: Black
The Manitoba 60 Litre Gear Bag comes with a 1 Year Warranty.
After something bigger? Check out the Manitoba 100 Litre Gear Bag here.
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