ca­pa­ble meat-haul­ing bags

Outdoor Life - - GEAR - —A.M.

IF YOU’RE GO­ING to haul fresh meat out of the field, you are go­ing to want to pack bags to keep the bounty clean, cool, and con­tained. I used to use pil­low­cases for this messy task. Then I discovered Cari­bou Gear. The breath­able syn­thetic game bags come in a va­ri­ety of sizes, from small “camp-meat” bags to hold trim­mings to large bags ca­pa­ble of han­dling a whole elk or moose quar­ter. We used a cou­ple of dif­fer­ent sizes for our pack test, stuff­ing the Car­ni­vore ($55 for five bags) and Mu­ley ($55 for five bags) with pota­toes, rocks, clothes, and other hard and soft goods. All Cari­bou bags have draw­strings that are strong enough to hang full bags and re­flec­tive tabs so you can find them with a flash­light. Plus, these hard-wear­ing game bags are wash­able and re­us­able.

We loaded Cari­bou bags with up to 50 pounds of pota­toes for our load test­ing.

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