Wisport Stork bag and Packbox set
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- Last updated: 22/02/2021
With summer over and the ever-changing weather, it’s that time of year when you have to pack just about everything when planning a shooting trip. Just in case of a heatwave, rain, snow or floods. With having to pack for so many potential conditions it is a good idea to have your gear in one big bag, with good access and secure, dry storage. With this in mind Wisport has a range of carrying options to suit all situations, and here are just a couple of examples.
This is a 50-litre duffle bag with a vast main compartment - accessed via a double-zipped top flap - and a large flat bottom so you can see everything easily. In this compartment, there are two zippered pockets and a large mesh pouch on the underside of the flap. On the outside, there are a further four zipped pockets for items you might want quick access to. On top of the bag, there is a bungee cord and DuraFlex loops with loads more attachments loops around all sides of the bag. The Stork can be carried either by hand or over the shoulder and either way it sits really well, thanks to the stiffened bottom which helps hold its shape. This bag is large enough to carry everything in one place, from boots and waterproofs to hides and binoculars, and the water-resistant material helps keep the contents safe and dry.
This set of four differentsized pouches is ideal for separating and protecting your valuable equipment in your backpack or bag. Items like binoculars, scopes and first aid kits can be kept separate without adding much weight to your bag. The mesh panels in the front allow you to quickly and easily identify the contents. Being rectangular in shape they can be used to securely pack irregularly shaped objects and stop them from moving around. They are made of tough polyester and feature good quality double-zippers as well as strong carry handles. With a set of these pouches in your bag, nothing rattles around or moves, so when you come to access your gear everything is still where you left it.
Wisport makes some great equipment, their backpacks are really good, and these two items are of the same high quality. The materials and workmanship are well worth the money and the zips and handles are very well made, plus comfortable to use. For stowing and transporting your gear, the Wisport Range is well worth a look.