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Old 30 June 2005, 12:51   #1
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Bow stowage bag

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Had a quick search through the forum on this subject, but nothing found.

Does anybody have or know of where I can purchase a tough waterproof zipped bag that will strap into the bow on my SR4?

I have run out of stowage capacity and as I would only be storing soft, light items up front, a bow bag seems like a good solution.

'Get a bigger RIB' is not a cost effective solution at the moment!
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Have a chat with Rogue Wave, he has just the thing, triangular in blue nylon.

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Have a chat with Rogue Wave, he has just the thing, triangular in blue nylon.
Although it held a lot, I'll think you'll find that that was Stuart's thong !
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Oi, I am just havin me tea and you post this
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I reckon im gonna need something a little bigger than a thong boys!
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Blue triangular bag, (green 70L begen in pic for comparison)

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I have once made a big one out of pvc material. When your handy you could glue one together in one evening. Wouldn't cost that much eigther.
You can buy zippers with pvc-side to glue together to the main material.
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Oi, I am just havin me tea and you post this

Just think of it as a toast rack and you'll be fine Pete
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Ended up ditching my bow bag - too hard to get in and out of, didn't keep things dry and not much room either. Will measure it up at the weekend and PM you to see if it'd work for you. It's yellow mind...

Now use a couple of ortlieb rucksack liners. Durable, waterproof and easy to clip on and off.

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