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Bass Pro Shops Extreme Qualifier 360 Backpack or System

   

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18-1/2" x 9" x 13-3/4"

Bag with Three 360 boxes

  • $44.99

  • SKU: 1620162

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18-1/2" x 9" x 13-3/4"

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The performance of Extreme Qualifier--now in a backpack! An easier way to transport and organize your tackle, the Bass Pro Shops® Extreme® Qualifier 360 Backpack Tackle Bag features a padded back and backpack shoulder straps for enhanced comfort, four pockets, rod tube straps, and a versatile zip-off bottom section with shoulder strap. The entire system holds up to ten 360 utility boxes (boxes sold separately); top holds six, bottom holds four. Made from heavy-duty, 600 denier, water-resistant polyester. Dimensions: 18-1/2" x 9" x 13-3/4". Available in your choice of backpack only or system with three 360 boxes included. Imported.

  • Backpack design for easier transport and organization of tackle
  • Padded back
  • Backpack shoulder straps
  • Four pockets
  • Rod tube straps
  • Versatile zip-off bottom section with shoulder strap
  • Holds up to ten 360 utility boxes (not included)

Bass Pro Shops 360 and 370 Utility Boxes are sold separately and can be found through item search for number 214424

Bass Pro Shops Extreme Qualifier 360 Backpack or System 4.7 5 182 182
great purchase The bass pro shop extreme qualifier 360 backpacks are great for long walks to your favorite fishing spot. Hands free travel through rough turrain when you need hands to climb. July 30, 2010
My Favorite I have several tackle boxes and have had several in the past but this one is the best. The use of two shoulder straps evens the weight out on your back. Great Product!! March 6, 2011
Good quality backpack for the price For 29,99$, it can't be better. Enough space to carry everything you need on a fishing trip. I would recommend it to everyone, from beginners to experienced anglers. April 1, 2012
Good Bag This is a good tackle bag, doesn't hold as much as i would have liked, but do they ever? Seems to be good quality, will work good when i fish as a partner with others. July 20, 2012
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Does this buckle in front?

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NO it only works as backpack unless you unzippw the bottom half but i would by it its AMAZING
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This does not have a buckle in front that buckles around the waist.
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This bag will hold up to 10 360 utility boxes.
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Insulated area?

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Does this backpack have an insulated area for keeping drinks cold or for keeping worms cold or other bait that needs to be kept cold? Thank you for the time & answers.
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No, this backpack does not have an insulated compartment.
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No none of them do not even the xps stalker because on all the 4 corners there are holes
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It does not
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no it doesnt but they do carry the Xps series which i purchased and does have an insulated compartment
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No it doesn't have an insulated area
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No.
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No, it does not. While it has quite a bit of storage area, this was really not the design for it. Also, be careful on the backpack part and lifting it up. The top part where the fabric that touches your back and the top itself (by the armholds) separate. I have to sew it back together using 30 lb braid before the start of next season so I can keep using it.
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No but it will be fine to put it in the bag for a little bit
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It does, it however does not come with any boxes
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yes, also 3, 360 s
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yes it does and its a really cool system
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yes it does when I got mine!
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Yes it does. The plastic trays are not and Bass Pros are a little pricey
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Yes, the $29.99 price is for both bags, but does not include the storage boxes.
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I got this backpack. I got 1 360 box and 1 370 box
Will the 370 fit in any zippers with out ripping or poking out of the bag
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No too big
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i broke down my 241 soft plastic lure kit into 2- 360 storage box ! the 370 will not fit, to big! i have 4 360 in the zipper part and 2 more in the back pack part with alot of extra on top! it was design for 360 only and is worth the purchase of the 360 boxs
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I don't think the 370 boxes will fit in this tackle bag, there is not a lot of clearance with the 360's from side to side. The 370's would more than likely be too wide.
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Don't think so.
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Unfortunately, no. But, the 360 boxes are adequate in size.
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Small and Light, no extra stuff...
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Its like a 3 foot by 1 1/2 foot box.
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its the size of a backpack and not to large that the cost cost of shipping would be expensive
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That's a question I cannot answer. I purchased my pack right off the shelf at BPS in Pearl MS I have no Idea how it would be packaged from a BPS distribution center Send BPS an e-mail they are very prompt to answer a question like this one. Good luck amigo!
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8 in H, 12 in W, 18 in L
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iv owned similar bags and the zippers do not last then ur stuck with two seperate bags to carry around
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Yes, very strong and will last as long as you have the bag.
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have had this bag for over 5 yrs, no issues and i put abuse to this bag
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from what I can tell they are very durable. of course, mine isn't bursting at the seams with gear (yet) so it hasn't been put to a really good test for me. but they do appear to be very well made.
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I have had the bag almost a year now with no issues. I have taken the top and bottom apart probably five times since purchasing and no issues with any of the zippers.
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I have had great luck with the zippers on my pack and I have used it hard for a year now. The zippers seem to be of a high quality and will likely last a good while. I like the pack so much I may just buy another before they vanish.
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zippers are pretty durable and thick zippers. i've had the bag for months now and haven't had a single problem
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the zippers are very durable but the bag is floppy and has no structure, go with the stalker xps which doesn't have that issue, but on a budget or if your in a pinch and dont mind the lack of rigidity its a good product
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The zipper for the main compartment is large, and durable. The other zippers are a size or two smaller, but still pretty durable. I've used the backpack for a few months now, and haven't had any problems with the zippers.
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They did not skimp on the zippers...time will tell, but they all appear to be strong & solid!
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No,but it seems to be pretty water resistant,I have gotten it wet and most of my stuff stayed dry.Try useing zipplock bags like I do for stuff I want to keep dry in the bag.
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The bag is not waterproof, it is water resistant. A standard backpack cover will fit on it to make it waterproof.
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I know the bottom is but it should be able to take for example a bottle of water poured on it.
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I would say water resistant. If you're out in a heavy rain for a while stuff inside is likely to get a little wet.
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The backpack isn't waterproof, but the material will repel most water. If it's raining a little outside, you'll be fine. If you go for a swim, expect wet contents.
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No, it is not
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yes but i waterproofed it my self any way
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no, but water resistant
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This pack is not waterproof. If you have a gear proofing spray, that may work, just be sure to test a small inconspicuous area before spraying the whole pack as the spray may have discoloring effects, dependent on the brand and style.
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I think so, Have not dropped it in the Lake yet...
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no that's one of the things i do not like about the bag.

only the bottom is waterproof.
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the bottoms completely waterproof ie the part that sits on the ground, the rest is what I would call water resistant at best, i bring 30gal trashbags with me and store them inbetween the two bags (ie top and bottom sections) and whenever it starts raining (I do live in orlando after all) i bag the backpack till the rain stops and if i need to carry it ill poke holes in my garbage bag to put my straps through
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No. It will resist some water, but it's not water proof.
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no not at all it will resist alot but if u leave it in the rain it will get wet
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No. Only the bottom. The top is canvas and will absorb water like any other type of cloth. The bottom can be touching water though.
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