Seattle Sports Deluxe Deck Bag (Yellow)

March 2, 2014 - Comment

The Deluxe Deck Bag offers unique window-view access, high capacity, and light reflectivity. A clear window allows for easier gear location and a higher profile for better gear storage. With its multiple tie-down points, bungees and side straps for added storage, you will have plenty of room for added gear. Fully RF-welded seams will keep

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The Deluxe Deck Bag offers unique window-view access, high capacity, and light reflectivity. A clear window allows for easier gear location and a higher profile for better gear storage. With its multiple tie-down points, bungees and side straps for added storage, you will have plenty of room for added gear. Fully RF-welded seams will keep water out, while a reflective end with lashing for strobe mount will help keep you visible.

Product Features

  • 14″ D x 13″ W x 6″ H
  • Unique window-view access
  • High capacity
  • Light reflective
  • Multiple tie-down points for added security

Comments

Barry C. Allen says:

Not good for regular use. Several Problems. I have had three of these bags. I needed a larger style deck bag to accommodate a dSLR and smaller items. These seemed to be the ticket, but did not last one season.I generally paddle in the neighborhood of 200-400 miles per season in Southeast Alaska. The conditions are wet and camping out can get a little rudimentary, so the equipment does see more use than it would for an average day paddler.I had the following problems:1. The first bag. After less than a season of use, the bungie cord setup on the top of the bag popped loose. The welding on one the vinyl/rubber loops failed. No easy way to fix this problem.2. The second bag. Did not last through the very first use. The welding for one of the deck mounting straps popped off before I had it mounted to the deck rigging.3. The third bag. The zipper failed after one season and trying to lube it with zipper lube does nothing. It hangs and is difficult at best to use…

Jeff Kraus says:

It Held Up When I Needed It!! I bought this bag at a local shop on the Florida east coast, on my way out to launch near Mosquito Lagoon. The day’s plans were to do some shallow water coastal exploration for a few hours, and then turn around and head to the Haulover Canal to watch the NASA launch of STS-119 Discovery from the water.The problem was that for this day I had decided to take a risk and bring out the big guns for this shoot: my and . I didn’t have a waterproof bag that would allow me easy access to the camera, while still allowing me to change settings, etc. (I own a which works great, but severely limits the ability to change settings, zoom in and out, etc.)So I decided to let…

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