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review - Korum ITM Tabletop Ruckbag

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review - Korum ITM Tabletop Ruckbag

Post by Guest on Fri Sep 14, 2012 9:44 am

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had this about three months after i saw a friend using the earlier version

perfect for the 'day' angler - being shallow its easy to find everything without having to empty half the bag - side and front pockets are well designed and the front pocket takes a medium Fox box

the top serves as an excellent table - you can even access the main compartment contents through a 'flap' behind the front pocket without disturbing the table top

despite its 'shape' its actually very comfortable to carry using the shoulder strap and obviously its perfect on a barrow

excellent build quality i've come to expect from Korum

i'm seeing more and more 'carp/specialist' anglers using Korum gear these days - i'm also using the two rod rigid protection holdall/quiver for my day sessions

in conclusion i'm really impressed to the point i've now 'retired' my Cotswold Aquarius medium Pathfinder carryall

hope this helps


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