XPS® Stalker™ Front Loader Tackle Bag or System
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- Convenient drop-down front
- Quick access to tackle, with contents upright
- Holds five 370 boxes in main compartment
- Holds two 360 boxes in the side pockets
- Heavy-duty 840 denier polyester shell
- Heavily padded shoulder strap and handles
- Padded top compartment for bulk storage
- Built-in storage for tools, sunscreen, scent, etc.
Convenient drop-down front gives quick access to tackle, with contents upright. Roomy design holds five 370 boxes in main compartment plus two 360 boxes in the side pockets (utility boxes not included) with hard dividers between. Other features include heavy-duty 840 denier polyester shell, heavily padded shoulder strap and handles, padded top compartment for bulk storage, and built-in storage for tools, sunscreen, scent, etc. Choice of bag only or system with five 370 boxes and two 360 boxes. Imported.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 33
Rated 1 out of 5 by bass1000 DON'T BUY
The storage was great but after one month with this bag it is useless. All the stitching came out (and I mean all of it) The material that seperates the top storage from the bottom storage fell apart. This bag didn't survive one month. It was a good layout but poorly put together.
November 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by fisher42 Nice Bag
I just got this and it fits everything. Fits lots of boxes, and has a large space on top that fits line spools, tools, scents, etc. Zippers seem ok. Two handles on top are great. I dont mind the blue color, just wish there were more options. Overall, nice bag.
July 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SnagKing Great Bag
This is the first bag that was big enough to carry all my boxes. The pockets and different sections are perfect for all the little things. This is the first bag i actually have pocket not full of equipment.
June 4, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Statrx67 Good design with a few major flaws
First the good:
Well laid out with plenty of room for tools, lures and all manner of fishing equipment. Nice touches include multiple netted storage areas for damp items, multiple straps and lifting handles and many separate storage pockets.
The zippers are plastic with metal sliders. Even with rinsing (apparently not enough) after a day of salt water fishing they eventually became stuck and I've had to force open some of the storage areas rendering the zippers useless. Velcro enclosures would be way better. Be sure to spray the zippers with a protectant/lubricant.
After a year of use the straps have begun to disintegrate. Luckily it's still useful as there are two beffier lifting handles that can still be used to lift the bag. I have some other bags that see just as much use under the exact same conditions and care that show no signs of failure.
May 23, 2013
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