Hunter's Specialties Scent-Safe Travel Bag
This bag is a giant. I have not made any measurements, but just as an initial guess I would say that it could hold a pair of boots, several pairs of undergarments, warm and cold weather kits, rain gear and still have plenty of room left over for additional items. I personally am putting all of my gear in aloksak bags to ensure scent control, but it is probably over kill--the bag has a roll-top closure similar to a dry bag that seems like it would be effective. Fabric appears to be durable and bag is generally well made. 4 stars only because I just put my gear in tonight--we will see.
October 13, 2010
So I bought the HS bag and the new Red Head bag this year for traveling and everyday use. Personally I am not very happy with my HS bag because I have had nothing but problems with the inside zipper, and I really feel the Red Head bag is more durable and has a better design. But with that being said that will not stop me from buying a second HS bag. I have more gear I would like to start storing scent free and I feel the HS bag is a much better option for a day trip vs. an extended period trip that the Red Head bag would be better for.
October 19, 2014
This bag is fantastic!!!
This bag is big! Much larger than it appears in the photo. You can fit a load of clothes in it and with 2 zippers, it seems to really seal out odors. Very well made. Loved it so much I bought one for a friend.
The handle could be sewn on a little better.
November 18, 2013
I use to use the large zip-lock bag that HS sells to store all my hunting clothes. I wanted something just as big that was durable and enabled me to take my stuff on trips with me. This item definitelt delivered. It's very large and holds all of my hunting gear. Even my pack. It also has two small pockets inside where you can put scent wafers so your gear can absorb cover scent while it's stored. It also has two larger pockets that are great for belts, hats, gloved, and any other accessory. It's very durable and I'm very glad I bought it!
December 7, 2008