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"Meat Bags"

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.

Features: 

  • [5 Pack] - (4) Quarter Bags, (1) Bone-out Bag
  • Anatomically Designed Zippered Quarter Bags for Bone-in, Bull Elk
  • Ultra Light and Durable Airwave Ripstop Material
  • Reflective Paracord Drawstring
  • Breathable
  • Antimicrobial
  • Egg Laying Insect Proof
  • Reusable
  • Machine Wash Friendly
  • Resealable Packaging

 

2022 Patent Pending

SET WEIGHT

• 20.5oz

DIMENSIONS

• Quarter bag: 41.5in x 23in

• Bone-out bag: 28in x 15.5in

MATERIAL

• Ripstop Nylon Blend

• Reflective Paracord 550

CONTENTS

MEAT BAGS

• (4) Quarter bags

• (1) Bone-Out bag

PACKAGING

• (1) Reusable, resealable pouch package.

Eagle Cap Outdoors | January 17, 2022 | Best Game Bags for Elk Hunting

Born and Raised Game Bags:  Top Shelf Pick

Why you should select the BRO Meat BagOverview:

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:

  • Washable
  • Zipper for easily bagging an elk quarter
  • Heavy duty stitching
  • Seam down 1 size and zipper down one side
  • Sized right for good fit
  • Lock loops
  • Draw string
  • Light reflector tabs
  • Anti-microbial
  • Insect proof
  • 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

WASH

• Machine wash on delicate or low setting.

• Hang dry. 

Watch how Kody cleans Meat Bags after a harvest: https://www.youtube.com/embed/BN2-Qu3n028


Customer Reviews

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M.M.
Great quality bags!

Just got these in the mail. The guys were awesome with follow up making sure that I was happy with my purchase. The bags are exactly what they say. They are. Great quality the zipper is an awesome feature. Can’t wait to try and fill them this season!

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A.B.
Best on the market

With no close competition these are the best meat bags on the market. Well worth the money. Everything I expected. Very Impressed!

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A.F.
Best game bags on the market

We used them this year and couldn't be happier with them. From being able to unzip them to easily load meat, to the paracord rope to hang them with, you guys thought of it all with bags. A must for your pack

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T.
Meat bag storage

Hey guys and girls, here's a tip that I am using to store my meat bags. After opening the original package to use the bags, it's tough to shrink them back down to a minimal size. After cleaning them and drying them well, I neatly fold and stack them, and then run them through my food saver to make a nice small package for the back pack. Try it, it works!

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M.M.
The best game bags

The best game bags I have ever have used in all my years hunting. The way the lay out when you are by yourself to quarter in elk or a deer they make you back not hurt as bad I have purchased 3 set of them 1 for me 1 for my dad and 1 for my cousin and we are extremely impressed with the durability structure all around great bags!!!!! Would recommend if you don't have them get them..!!!!!!!!!