This One ounce
wonder will handle 75lbs. of boned-out delectables. A big
grab loop lets you hang it from a limb for storage or
drainage. Developed to spread the weight vertically in your
pack, instead of the typical bowling-ball-in-the-bottom that is so
hard to carry. Narrow enough that you can carry camp gear
around it in the same load. Washes easily and stows tiny for
packing. Waterproof after seam sealing (not provided).
You'll notice we don't have a fancy closure - just a simple cord
that you tie off. Unlike cordlocks, we've found a nylon knot
to be the strongest, most effective way to hold heavy weight,
Did its job.
From Robert Fuller of Durango, Colorado on 1/16/2017.
Kept my pack clean but would like to see more sizes mainly larger.
From Mike of Eagle River, Alaska on 12/19/2016.
Love the bag! Works exactly as advertised. Extremely light and very durable! Made meat storage inside my pack much better than the old dry bags I used to use. Highly recommend for any hunter who bones out animals for packing out.
So lightweight it blew out on the first use
From Anonymous of Springville, Utah on 11/27/2016.
At $35 for for this product + shipping I expected something of higher quality. After boning out my buck and putting it all in the bag, when i lifted it up the whole side split open. Not ideal when you're 5 miles from the truck.
From Anonymous of Fort Collins, Colorado on 11/4/2016.
Great product and durable! We had bears all around our camp and this allowed us to sleep at night knowing our food was all hung up in the woods!
From Steven Booth of Payson, Arizona on 10/18/2016.
Very strong for their weight and clean up well. Blood does not leak through much for such a breathable fabric so your pack will stay clean.
From Jacob Long of Grand Junction, Colorado on 9/4/2016.
Yep, it's a ultra light meat bag. So far, it's been bomber and a great add.
Well worth the money!
From Shelly of Glade Park, Colorado on 9/2/2016.
We just packed out 175 lbs. of bear meat in 3 game bags. Was so nice to have all the deboned meat contained between my pack the the pack frame, while not having all the blood seep down my back. My son got 75 lbs in the bag easily, my loads were smaller.
From Karl of Aloha, Oregon on 12/20/2015.
I have yet to use it as a meat bag... but it works great to haul stuff on the outside of the pack!
best tool for packing out big game
From scott stout of fallon, Nevada on 12/1/2015.
Kifaru meat bags are the best tool for containing large loads of boned out big game for packing out in back packs. Bags hold meat in a duffle bag shaped load easily strapped in pack for better load bearing for big haul out.
Good but not perfect
From Anonymous of Cedar, Utah on 10/16/2015.
The bag works great for keeping boned meat from balling up in your pack. It does not fit a whole mature deer. The closure at the bottom could be better as it is just a small rope you have to tie off. If you filled it and hung it as shown in the picture you may have a hard time getting your knot undone.
From Elliott of Rifle, Colorado on 10/13/2015.
These are the best game bags. They are lightweight; The blood didn't soak through the bag; and the meat stays in a bundle when it is de-boned.
From Anonymous of North Western, Pennsylvania on 10/11/2015.
Fits a whitetail perfectly, really can't imagine it holding more then 60lb of meat. Very easy to clean, super light weight, fits perfectly in the cargo compartment on my MR Dragonslayer. Looking forward to picking up another one so I have a back up. It isn't as breathable as a traditional meat bag and it isn't as leak proof as a trash bag but it seems to be a great middle ground. [IMG]http://images.tapatalk-cdn.com/15/10/04/c8c7a9a130093cd102250e33e6f141a7.jpg[/IMG]
From lone hunter of Clark Fork, Idaho on 9/21/2015.
Great bags, have used them on elk for last 5 years. However, as has been stated; will not hold 100 lbs, 45-50 max, you will need 6 bags for a bull.
From Gavin Brown of Seattle, Washington on 9/20/2015.
I used one bag for a mule deer (back straps and heart) and packed the rest out with the nomad pack!
From David of Alberta, Alberta on 8/30/2015.
Mine has not gotten to see any meat yet...but, makes a great clothes/laundry bag and an excellent pillow!
Love these bags.
From Mark Miller of Fayetteville, North Carolina on 7/17/2015.
Light weight well made and can double as pullouts for clothes etc. Very good bags.
From James Wyatt of Great Falls, Montana on 7/2/2015.
Simple, works great, good shape, weighs nothing, and doesn't cost much. I'm amazed with the fabric used. Highly recommend this.
From McAllister of Ronan, Montana on 3/26/2015.
The product works well, but there is no way it will hold 100 pounds. 45 pounds full. Would like to see a larger version that would hold around sixty pounds. Same length but bigger around.
Kifaru Meat Bags
From HuntHardnHigh of Kettle Falls, Washington on 1/10/2015.
The Kifaru meat bags are the best and toughest bag I have ever used. We boned out a 6x bull elk last fall and it took 6 bags to manage the 240 lbs. of meat. I had 4 bags and our hunting partner had 2 bags, one of which has been used for several years and seeing lots of use. It did rip, but that was from it being positioned on the upper end of sharp pack frame. The bags have a drawstring and a sewn handle which can be used to hang the meat and allow fluids to drain out the drawstring end. The bag material is said to protect meat better than cotton canvas from spoilage. I believe it does, but I need to check that out farther. I would highly recommend these bags. Remember, you will need six bags for a big bull elk.
From Anonymous of Weddington, North Carolina on 1/2/2015.
Awesome meat bag! Makes it very easy to locate quickly in a big cooler of ice.
From kevin merritt of arlington, Washington on 12/7/2014.
Best meat bag I have ever used. Ideal way to carry boned out meat. Slide nicely into back pack.
From Lance Manning of Malott, Washington on 11/14/2014.
Best one ounce piece of gear I own. Hold a complete boned out deer and aligns the meat vertically on your back. I would never consider a hunting trip without a meat sack.
From Anonymous of Lewiston, Idaho on 11/9/2014.
First time i have ever used this product..I Love the idea of this meat bag... It packs very nice... My only problem is, the bags didn't fair very well.. Both bags I was using ripped out, and the meat starting falling out. Which became an issue for packing.
light as a feather, tough as nails
From Anonymous of Snohomish , Washington on 10/24/2014.
Perfect meat bag for backpack hunting. No chance for bugs if you can tie a knot. Compacts smaller than a sandwich bag. Can use it as a stuff sack until you harvest. Easy to clean. Lets excess blood out. Fabric has limited breathability compared to cotton bags but that isn't why you buy this bag. And did I mention it will hold over a quarters worth of boned out meat...
From Frankie Ortiz of Christiansted, Virgin Islands, U.S. on 10/9/2014.
Is a very good bag, but I originally wanted the XL one.
From Carl Rickert of Corbett, Oregon on 11/12/2013.
I have been using these bags for the last 6 years and they are the greatest thing ever!! they are nearly indestructible. I have seen them roll down a mt. side over rocks and not tear. You can fit a whole Elk in 4 bags. I would recommend them for anyone that hunts on foot and likes to get into the back country. I always bone my meat out.
2/23/2016 – Can the Gen 2 bags hold as much as the original?
Response From Kifaru Intl.: Hi Kevin,The Gen 2 meat bag will hold about the same amount of deboned meat as our ultralight meat bags. They are rated for about 75 to 80 lbs of deboned meat.
2/20/2016 – This material is the same as the Ultralight Pullouts. What kind of seam sealer should I use the make the Meat Baggie and . . .
Response From Kifaru Intl.: Hi Kevin,Seam grip should work, but if not, we generally use 100% clear silicone diluted slightly with mineral spirits.
1/29/2016 – How many of these bags would be needed to bag out a reasonable sized elk that has been boned out?
Response From Kifaru Intl.: Hi Matt,You are able to fit approx 70 lbs of boned out meat per meat bag. Three to four meat bags should work out great for a boned out elk of good size.
11/10/2013 – how does your meat bag breath? Does it provide the same or better ventilation as a light canvas bag?
Response From Kifaru Intl.: It doesn't breath. It is however ultra lightweight as it's primary virtue. A great many people have used them over the years and non breath ability has not harmed any meat. Key is cooling the meat.
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