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The Archipelago Gear Bag 20 L

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The Archipelago Gear Bag is a great option for carrying almost anything.  Built for years of use, this 20.7 Liter bag features heavy duty vinyl coated polyester, also known as vinyl, or sometimes truck tarpaulin (the stuff used to cover semi-truck loads).  Yes, if you have kids they have likely bounced around on this stuff at a party or two!   A beefy #10 YKK zipper secures the main compartment.  The 1.5 inch nylon webbing used for both the handles and optional shoulder strap has a great heavy weave and pattern that set it apart from the rest  The vinyl itself is UV stable and waterproof, making this a highly weather resistant bag.  This bag is commonly used as a recovery gear bag as it can stand up to the abuse of heavy duty gear and a rough environment, but it also works great for beach trips, weekend camp outs, etc.  Just rinse with a hose and set out to dry for a while; care and maintenance doesn't get much easier than that.  Para-cord zipper pulls make open/close super easy. 

Optional shoulder pad includes d-rings and adjustable shoulder strap, both featuring hardware that is UL rated and built for years of use.  The shoulder pad features EV foam padding for comfort carry during extended periods.  If this bag is going to hold gear that mostly stays put in a rig, we offer the strapless version as the strap would often just be in the way.

NOTE: Due to the nature of this material, you might see marks/creases over time depending on use.  This is normal and is not hurting the material at all.  This vinyl is designed to be used on semi-trucks where it gets rolled up and folded almost daily.  

  • 20.7 Liters | 17.5 x 8.5 x 8.5
  • 100% Waterproof Material | Highly Weather Resistant Bag
  • Heavy Duty Vinyl
  • Reinforced stress points | Mil 5038 Binding Tape
  • Made in USA
  • BUILT BEYOND EXPECTATION FOR YEARS OF USE!

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