MFG Review: This bag has been designed and built from the ground up to be the ultimate traveling tournament bag. You can load every piece of gear you have, all your clothes, and still have room for the kitchen sink. Once you reach your final destination, the Navigator wheel bag is designed to be used as two separate bags allowing you to keep your clean clothes in your room while enabling you to take your gear to the field. The patent pending upper and lower sections easily detach via a super strong 1/2” zipper and four 2” plastic strap release buckles. The base wheel section is constructed with one large pocket area that can hold all the clothing you could need and a smaller vented pocket for your shoes. The base door flap also provides three smaller plastic pockets for the bare essentials. Plastic baseplate adds rigidity and casted urethane wheels allow for smooth towing.
The top section is designed to be carried as a backpack to transport all of your important playing gear to the field. It has compression formed back padding and comfortably adjustable backpack straps. The top compartment is composed of one multiple goggle pocket with two additional tool pockets. The center of the bag is accessed from the top via a two-zipper flap and is a deep cavity pocket subdivided into three sealed air padded sections. The unique air padded dividers help protect three guns during transport. You simply remove your barrel, and your gun-air system combo quickly drops between the protective air padded dividers. The center gun pocket is complimented by a large compression formed compartment on each side, holding a total of twenty 140 round pods. The lower section is one large pocket for additional gear and is accessible from both sides via two zipper openings. Included in the lower pocket are two 4”x 5” plastic parts boxes that drop into separate zipper compartments. DYE embroidered logos, vent eyelets and pull tabs are standard. Made with heavy duty ballistic nylon. Total dimensions L38”x W16”x H20”.
PaintBall.com Review: Not yet reviewed.