Constructed from tough, PVC-coated 600 denier polyester
Vinyl-coated mesh bottom for quick drainage
Padded shoulder straps and back
Securely holds approximately two dozen magnum decoys
Designed for comfort, flotation, and easy packing, the RedHead® Deluxe Floating Decoy Bag is constructed from tough, PVC-coated 600 denier polyester with a vinyl-coated mesh bottom for quick drainage. Padded shoulder straps and back, elastic drawstring. Securely holds approximately two dozen magnum decoys. Color: Brown. Dimensions: 36" x 40". Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by DagS Huge Bag
Ordered this bag, in OD, got it in right away (about 5 days). I was skeptical at first of the descriptions size. I put easily 50 standard decoys with weights in the bag and humped it to the blind comfortably. The bag was heavy when loaded, but starps worked well, drained fast, and wast east to load up. The bag is huge and replaces all of my other mesh bags that snare hooks get caught up on and pintail butts can't poke through this one.
November 14, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by huntcom Wish it was better
I bought Deluxe Floating Decoy Bag last season, only used it twice before it started falling apart. The drawstring sleeve is separating and the main adjustment buckle on the left shoulder strap broke leaving me to walk a mile with one strap. I never over loaded it and keep it in the garage when not in use. If it didn’t fall apart I would have recommend it, very comfortable up until the shoulder strap broke.
December 12, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by SouthwestOHhunter Solid Decoy Bag!
Great value and solid construction. The shoulder and stomach straps are well padded for comfort and the bag size is perfect for deeks and a mojo.
September 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by zuma210 great bag
this is by far the best decoy bag I have used. easy to carry easy to load and unload. mesh bottom allows drainage and padded back makes it easy on my back. with all the straps it can be adjusted so it doesnt flop around and it rides higher than the mesh bags so it doesnt beat the back of your legs.
December 28, 2010