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For Sale Check out the Length of This Freedive Backpack

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Mar 22, 2009
Hey Divers,

Is your freediving backpack too short for your fins? Need to replace your old freediving bag?

Check out the MAKO Freediving Backpack!

On sale this week for only $99.95

At 43 inches long, this is the only freediving backpack that is guaranteed to fit all fin lengths.


All-in-one Spearfishing Backpack

  • Strap your spearguns to each side
  • Pack your long fins, mask, snorkel, dive knife, wetsuit, gloves, socks, inflatable float / float line in the main pocket.
  • Store ice, fish, drinks, and lunch in the insulated middle pocket. Or use it for extra dry storage.
  • Pack your keys, wallet, and cellphone in the waterproof front pocket.



Side Carry Handles


Insulated Compartment


Water Proof Compartment


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