RAILBLAZA Carry, Wash, & Store Bag
Keeping your RAILBLAZA gear together and losing small parts on a boat, kayak or even in the shed has its challenges. Washing it down one piece at a ti... Read More
Keeping your RAILBLAZA gear together and losing small parts on a boat, kayak or even in the shed has its challenges. Washing it down one piece at a time takes ages.
Got a removable sounder, how do you keep those cables safe and tidy?
RAILBLAZA has the answer with the new Carry, Wash, Store or CWS Bag. This mesh bag is designed to not only keep your gear tidy and easy to carry but has the advantage of being able to wash the gear while still in the bag, and then hang it out to dry.
Big enough to hold your sounder, transducer and all the cables, or maybe 2 Rod Holders, a mobi and light pole. You’ll always know where your things are and can be certain the small bits aren’t lost in the bottom of the locker or boot of the car.
Size is 18 inches by 16 inches. Lots of room for lots of stuff. Use the CWS bag on the back of your Larry Chair or raised deck chair by attaching it with zip ties and get all that extra storage you need. WARNING
- Heavy nylon, mesh design with UV resistors
- Holds up to 15 pounds of gear
- Easily folds and stores when empty
- Brass grommets on the corners
- 18 inches x 16 inches
- Can be used for a Safety flag if necessary
|Dimensions||9 × 9 × 4 in|
2 reviews for RAILBLAZA Carry, Wash, & Store Bag
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J Partin –
Simple yet great idea, product video says it all, great for storage and cleaning of railblaza gear, appears to be very durable for many yrs of use
Marty Hughes –
This bag has so many uses! Personally, I use it to store my plastics on the kayak. I place the plastics in one gallon zip lock bags and then into the larger Railblaza bag. I also store my bungees used to securing items on the kayak and on my trailer.