GEAR MATE 56 - UTE BIN BAG - BLACK CANVAS
BAG SIZE = 380W x 550H x 200D mm (approx.)
TAILGATE SIZE = up to approx. 650mm tall.
When your travelling you need somewhere to store your rubbish. Next you need to store it so it is easy and practical to manage; that is where a well designed, good quality bin bag comes in. There are many designs at different qualities out there; this one is made to last and made to be used regularly. It can also be repaired after heavy use or accident.
What we like about this bag:
- Lockable zippers for lid and bottom
- Storm flap on lid
- 3 x external zippered pockets to segregate items
- Drainage hole in bottom
- 2 x cinch straps to taper load
- 3 x anchor straps
- 3 x heavy duty quick release cobra style metal buckles (look awesome!)
- Strap keepers to fasten & secure excess straps
- Compatible with existing wheel covers
- 14oz rip stop canvas (black)
- Made in Australia - Perth, WA
With both a lid at top and bottom it makes for an easy wash out after use. A gentle rinse with a garden hose should be enough and will dry quickly in the shade; do not use a high pressure hose as it affects the canvas treatment and life of the bag.
Jimmy's Tip :
1) Some existing customers feel they do not need the middle strap which anchors it to the tailgate or feel it is only needed in really rough, vehicle bouncing conditions. We like to provide it so you have the secure option if needed.
If not needed, you can just tuck it behind the bag & infront of the carpet to store (connect buckle). With the middle strap disconnected you can drop the tailgate and the bag will automatically drop into a verticle position ready for use.
2) When you have access to a bin, place it under the bottom of the bag, open the bottom zip and empty the contents straight into the bin to reduce the need to remove the bag from where it's attached. We recommend avoiding addional plastic bags as much as possible to reduce plastic and also reduce wet waste. There is a drain hole so moisture can get out and you can also leave the zip a bit open at the top to help it breathe. If you're remote, consider buring your rubbish to reduce your load and impact. If you're not sure about that, read this article by Adventure Curated - click here