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Old 05-07-2019   #1
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Boat Bag IK

Two boats in one storage bag ! Love it !
Tandem outfitter and a Aire Tributary solo
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Old 05-09-2019   #2
Denver, Colorado
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Nice looking bag ..great for home storage or your car...looks like it might be too bulky or oversized for free baggage on an airplane...SW allows 2 bags up to 50# and 62" ( l+w+h)...a regular duck weighs about 30-35 lbs.+paddles,pfd,helmet,pump,waterbottle\filter,bo oties,
etc.....used to get all that stuff in one bag for free on Continental,wt.limit may have been 75#...that bag looks a lot heavier than a $20- 30 cordura duffel bag...two large bags plus regular luggage( usually just had small backpack) would be a real pain in the is bad enough to lug around on vacation if you are not renting a car or paying a bunch of shuttle drivers...I used public transportation as much as possible to save money ..
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Old 05-09-2019   #3
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I have 4 of those red NRS boat bags. We have several IKs in 3 of them, and an aire puma in the 4th.

On a side note, we took 2 aire bakraft expeditions IKs up to Alaska last year, had both boats, plus pfds, paddles, paddling clothing, helmets, throw bags, pump, etc. etc. (all the paddling gear for 2 people plus the boats) in 1 duffle bag that weighed in at 48 pounds and was one of our free checked bags through Alaska.

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Old 05-09-2019   #4
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I was really impressed and/or skeptical until I re-read that ...yes a baKraft or pack raft would make matters easier....that is exactly like the duffel i was referring to....also took a large Sealine drybag backpack for boat and take apart paddle and smaller Sealine for gear once...
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