|Product Type: Hunting Accessory Cases/Bags||Material: Fabric; Nylon|
|Non-Locking: Yes||Color: 1: Mossy Oak|
|Color: 2: Realtree Camouflage||Country of Manufacture: China|
Boyt’s canvas and leather gun cases are constructed from the finest materials available, resulting in heirloom gun cases that have been passed from generation to generation of American hunters for more then 100 years. From their base in Osceola, Iowa, Boyt design engineers search the world over for the finest in heavy canvas, milled from the best available U.S. grown long staple cotton, fine Italian harness leather and solid cast brass hardware to ensure that their products not only look great but will stand up to the elements for years to come.
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Not a bad bag
The Elevated Waterfowler from Breckenridge, CO– Verified Buyer
This is my first season using this blind bag. I was looking for a blind bag for morning hunts where I didnt need to carry a lot of extra gear. The bag does exactly what I purchased it for. I compared this bag thoroughly with the Drake Waterfowl Blind bag and was concerned about the strap hardware on the Drake. I feel the Boyt Harness bag could be slightly more efficient as far as dedicated pockets for essential waterfowl hunting gear. The end pockets fit two boxes of shells if you really cram the boxes in. the drawback here is the zippers have a difficult time making the corner around the shell boxes. It has shell loops in the longer side pocket which I use for carrying extra duck and goose calls. When I put the calls in the pocket, it does not want to close without some effort, I wish the side pockets expanded slightly more as you really can't put much in them. In the main compartment I carry layering gear, a jacket, extra gloves, warm hats, handwarmers, some snacks and a small insulated bottle for my morning coffee. Everything fits well. I wish there were interior mesh or zippered pockets in the main compartment for licenes/permits handwarmers etc.so things weren't just stuffed in together.