The range of Compac Carryalls has been designed to cover every situation from short sessions and stalking, right the way through to those who like to take everything, including the kitchen sink, fishing with them!
The Compac Carryalls have been designed to be perfectly compatible with our range of Compac EVA pouches, with the external pockets designed to hold specific models of those, depending on which size of carryall you go for. The modular pockets on the Small and Medium versions will hold either a Compac 110, or two Compac 100s. On the Large or X-Large models, these pockets will perfectly fit a Compac 140, two Compac 110s, or a combination of a Compac 110 and a Compac 100.
Whichever size you go for, this is more than just a carryall to chuck all your gear in to transport it, as once on the bank the durable and water resistant fabric, plus a reinforced waterproof base, will ensure everything inside stays dry.
Each carryall also has a rigid lid which doubles up as a bivvy table and saves you having to take a separate one. Each size features five external pockets, along with an internal zipped storage pocket on the underside of the lid to give you quick access to any essentials, so you however much kit you are carrying, you can organise it in a way where you can quickly find what you need.
• Durable and water-resistant fabric
• Reinforced waterproof base
• Firm lid can be used as a bivvy table
• Five external pockets
• Internal zipped storage pocket on underside of the lid
• Removable padded shoulder strap
• Reinforced carry handles
• Heavy-duty zips
• Wipe-clean lining
Small – overall dimensions: 48cm x 33cm x 27cm; main compartment: 20 litres.
Medium – overall dimensions: 53cm x 40cm x 27cm; main compartment: 28 litres.
Large – overall dimensions: 53cm x 35cm x 33cm; main compartment: 30 litres.
X-large – overall dimensions: 62cm x 47cm x 33cm; main compartment: 50 litres.
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