Fishpond Cutbank Gear Bag

Fishpond Cutbank Gear Bag
Fishpond Cutbank Gear Bag
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Cutbank Gear Bag by Fishpond
When you get in your boat and putz out to the center of the water, you've found your sanctuary. Give your gear a sanctuary within yours, with the Fishpond Cutbank Gear Bag. This bag has welded construction and a molded top and bottom to keep your gear dry and protected as you splash around the water. Fishpond constructed it from Cyclepond, a recycled, durable fabric, and gave it a TPU coating to keep water from seeping in. The Cutbank looks like a simple bag, but it's actually a full organization system that includes dividers, attachment points, and pockets to keep your gear in line.

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SKU: FSH003C
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