NRS Saddle Bag Cooler
Item: 81161.01 | Product Description »
- The Saddle Bag has a big front pocket to hold anything you need close by.
- The 18 oz PVC shell is ready and willing to accept the abuse of your rough and tumble adventures.
- Two heavy duty straps let you hang the saddle bag from a frame bar and a longer strap secures the bottom through drain holes or around a tube.
- Rod holding loops on top of the cooler are way safer than leaning your fly rod against the boat.
- The urethane liner and a rigid bottom tray come out for easy cleaning.
- The 32 quart capacity is ideal for day trips.
- Material: 18-oz PVC shell with urethane Infinity liner
- Detachable cup holder
- Ruler printed on the top of the lid
- Front pocket
- Fly holding loop
- Straps that loop around your frame's side rails
- 18"L x 11"W x 12"D
- 32 Quarts
- Replaceable liner
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Q:This is a great bag that has served us well as day drift fishers for years, however the liner seems to have been cut, is there a way to repair or replace just the liner. Seems like a waste to have to trash it.Asked on 8/23/2013 by TuffStripes from Boise, ID
A:You can repair it, but you can also replace it - Item # 81163.01. Cheers.Answered on 8/23/2013 by Clyde from NRS
A:Have you considered applying duck tape when the liner is completely dry?Answered on 8/23/2013 by Anonymous
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Q:Does the 11" wide include the front pocket and drink holder?
Is there a way to attach a should strap?Asked on 11/14/2012 by Carol from Salmon, ID
A:The 11" measurement is the width of the main bag. The pocket and drink holder extend out another 3.5". There are D-rings on the ends of the bag to which you can anchor a shoulder strap.Answered on 11/14/2012 by Clyde from NRS
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Held up quite well
- Survived a Crystal flip
- Very good insulating
Comments about NRS Saddle Bag Cooler:
Openned and closed this cooler(zipper closure)at least 24 times a day for three weeks. It took lots of abuse in the cockpit and on the beach. Easier on the legs than a hard day cooler. Insulated quite well. Instead of drag bag just fill with river water. No beverage lose!!! Even upside down for a mile and a half!
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