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ITM Tabletop Ruckbag

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There are larger side pockets with mesh outers, and a totally new ‘bankstick’ quiver design on the side that enables anglers to carry made-up bank sticks on the side of their Ruckbag, along with a Roll-A-Mat (not supplied). Again, there are floating D-ring clips for attaching spoon nets to (caribener clips supplied.)
Compatible with Korum Chairs.

  • Unique Table Top design
  • Padded harness system compatible with Korum accessories
  • Ultra strong & waterproof EVA base
  • ITM compatible pockets
  • Compatible with the Korum Accessory chair (including older models) and Supa-lite Chairs
  • 35cm wide x 25cm deep x 48cm high.

Use one with a Korum chair. See how here: http://www.korum.co.uk/108_Simple%20Solutions_Article

Attach your spoon net with the clips provided:

Compatible with all Korum chairs with this unique carrying system:

Read top angler Chris Ponsford's review of the Ruckbag system by clicking here

Here’s a quick guide on how to use the Korum Ruckbag system with a chair!


1. Place your Korum Chair onto the top of the Ruckbag. Make sure the legs and frame are nearest the chair for maximum comfort.

2. Clip the bag to the chair by attaching the large black clips to the chair’s frame.

3. Repeat this on the other side of the bag.

4. Unhook the Ruckbag’s straps from the bottom of the bag on both sides

5. Place both straps over the top of the chair and bag

6. Re-attach the straps to the base of the Ruckbag

7. Here’s how the Ruckbag and chair should look when attached.

8. Once on your back, clip the chest strap together for added support.

9. Adjust the shoulder straps so that the bag is well supported, if needed further adjust the chest strap.

10. The finished article, grab your rods and get fishing!

 

 

Item details

KITM/41 ITM TableTop Ruckbag


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