– Excellent to hold your fire kits
–rot proof nylon thread
– 1000d construction
– heavy duty reinforced zipper
– Can be used to protect small field guides
– water resistant
– extremely durable
PM (verified owner) – March 10, 2016
The Fire Bag is an excellent piece of gear. I bought 4 to organize my various kits so my gear would store neatly into the The Haverack I bought. Great quality!
Hector – March 13, 2016
The fire bags are just very well made so ijust had to purchase 2 more
JWS (verified owner) – April 18, 2016
I really like these bags, and I’ve bought a bunch of them. The sizes vary slightly, as they’re hand made, and the are very sturdy. I do have one bit of constructive criticism, however, and it can easily be seen in the pictures of the pouch on the website: there are gaps at the edges of the zipper which make for an obvious weak point with respect to water resistance: some pouches have gaps on both sides, too, but having a hole in the bag means, for example, that dropping it in a puddle could result in a lot of water getting in. I’d be happy to pay a few bucks more for pouches without these gaps. That said, it’s still an outstanding pouch – but it could obviously be better, which is why I make this note and give it 4 out of 5 stars.
Mark Smiley (verified owner) – May 5, 2016
I have four of these bags and they work great. I use them in my day ruck and haversack. I use an orange one as my fire bag, two ranger greens, one as a first aid kit and one for food items like nuts, oatmeal, coffee. The grey bag is just a little lighter than the Marshall Gray but it still looks good with my Marshall Gray Haversack. These fire bags can hold a lot of stuff and they are very durable. I’ll be ordering a few more.
Valerie (verified owner) – February 6, 2017
I’ve already bought a bunch of these in various colors and reviewed them (JWS), but today I received my latest order that included a yellow one and a Kryptek variety – I really do like these pouches.
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