You've worked hard to get this far. Time to take meat care to next level.
We’ve spent over a decade trying to protect the most valuable part of our harvests: THE MEAT. Other game bags left us needing a better solution. We needed a product that could keep the meat cool and prevent bacteria spoilage while standing up to years of use in the backcountry. Something ultralight and functional for the solo hunter. So we made them.
Introducing the first-ever anatomically designed, zippered quarter bag. A game bag that makes loading a bone-in, bull elk quarter a breeze. Designed with Airwave Ripstop material so it can breathe while being durable. Treated with DWR to fight moisture and blood, simultaneously.
We're proud to offer the last set of game bags you'll ever own.
New on the market for 2021, these game bags have raised the bar for those looking for the best game bag for elk hunters. The Born and Raised (BRO) game bags are feature rich yet still lightweight. If space in your pack is an issue, you might want to use bone out bags. However, if you can spare the room, these game bags are the Cadillac of game bags. The BRO game bags come standard with a zipper which is currently the only game bag on the market with this feature. If you have ever tried to hold up an elk quarter and drop it down into a tight fitting game bag you know how difficult that can be. With the zipper you can open up the game bag, lay the quarter down on the game bag and then zip it up. We also like the materials out of which these game bags are made. The material breaths but it’s thick enough to keep out flies, bees and other insects. The material also keeps the blood in the bag and not on your pack or clothes. The BRO game bags are brown with a nice tie cord at the top. We were able to easily hang these bags in a tree for several days while in the backcountry.
Key Features of the Born and Raised Elk Meat Bags:
Zipper for easily bagging an elk quarter
Heavy duty stitching
Seam down 1 size and zipper down one side
Sized right for good fit
Light reflector tabs
Reusable carry case
Material: Hybrid RipStop Nylon Size: 41.5” by 23” (quarter bags) Weight: 20.5 ounces for the entire package of five bags Fit: The BRO meat bags fit are designed to fit an elk quarter and can easily accommodate a bull on the larger size Price: $149.99 for a set of 5 Where to buy: Born and Raised Outdoors
Suggested to pre-rinse and soak used bags. Machine wash on delicate or low setting, then hang dry.
These bags are amazing! I have two sets that I carry at elk camp and don’t even feel them in my pack. One thing I’d like to see, if y’all would please expand your horizons and produce a set of bags for moose as well. I came across a gentleman who had downed a nice, mature cow moose. I offered him one of my bags but sadly found out that even though they leave a little space with an elk quarter, it is not big enough for a moose. Please look into this and I will happily purchase a set of moose bags!
Best game bags I’ve used!
These bags are awesome, got them for Christmas this year and got to use them on a cow hunt, they were very easy to get the meat in with the zippers and very high quality bags, would highly recommend getting some.
CO first rifle hunt
THE ONLY GAME BAGS I WILL EVER USE! Wish I had pics of a nice bull on the ground but at least there is meat in the freezer and good memories with my son on his first hunt! I actually ordered a second set of these bags just to have a spare set.
Why are they so dang expensive?!?!?! I feel like you guys have fallen into the same category as every other up and coming outdoor company. Your products used to be affordable for the little guy, you used to have pride and loyalty, but like many other companies, like Primos, the talk and dollar bill signs have clouded your judgment and values. Y'all have said to send messages with questions, tips and advice. I have done this on four different platforms and have yet to get a response from any of you!!! I used to love your products and supported everything you did.... now, as a very unhappy veteran, I am going to start looking elsewhere. Good luck, good bless, and I hope God leads Y'all in the right direction!
MSG John Borske (Ret.)
AKA... the little guy!
100% Hands down, the best quarter bags iv ever had!
I can't come up with a single complaint about these quarter bags. Not only are they super tough but also convenient in several different ways. Quartering an elk by yourself is always going to be a tough process, but the way these bags are designed with the zipper makes it so much easier to get the meat in the bags and way less of a chance of getting the meat dirty. Im glad i dont have to go through the trouble of using regular meat bags anymore. Getting them rolled up and laid down, then cutting the quarter off, trying to not let it slide off on the ground, picking it up to set on the bag, holding it up while unrolling the bag up over the quarter and then still having to tie rope to the leg to hang it.. SMH.... Also, being able to unzip them after the meat is hanging makes it nice for cleaning any blood shot out and getting any hair off the quarters. Then just zip back up and BAM, you have clean meat that flies can't get to. I got these born and raised bags last Christmas, and iv had the pleasure of using them on 3 elk and 2 deer so far, and I think iv almost forgotten how to curse already.