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For Sale MAKO: Sale on Gear Bags

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Mar 22, 2009
Hey Divers,

Get ready for Summer with one of our awesome freediving gear bags! Designed to hold even the longest of freediving fins, your wetsuit, inflatable float, and other accessories. You will appreciate the convenience of our MAKO gear bags while you're hiking to that secluded spot, loading up the boat, or lugging your gear through the airport.


Shop now: https://makospearguns.com/freedive-gear-bag/


Shop Now: https://makospearguns.com/dive-bag-ballistic-mesh/

Use the Two Bag System While Traveling

The Ballistic Mesh Bag fits nicely inside the Freedive Gear Bag when traveling. Using a two bag system reduces the possibility of theft, plus, it's convenient to have two separate bags once you arrive at your destination.


Shop Now: https://makospearguns.com/freedive-gear-bag/?_kx=N_h2jIQRwfbupmXWcTbtz9cBik4e7y_tfT3f1hww5PU=.Vh29Yp

Longfins Freediving Backpack

It’s a backpack, gear bag, speargun holder, and an insulated cooler bag - all in one!


Shop Now: https://makospearguns.com/spearfishing-longfins-freediving-backpack/

Thanks guys for taking the time to read this.

Dive Safe,
Backpack looks interesting ;)

I tend to wear my wetsuit and weight belt and weight vest and carry a small swim bag as a backpack. But carrying a speargun and long fins as well can be tricky.

Sometimes a companion can help. Especially helpful when a second speargun seems like it might be useful (for less/more Viz and/or spare). But best to be self sufficient.

So, a pack that can carry long fins and 2 spearguns could be very handy. :)
(If it could be taken along on/as float as well, that might be ideal, for me anyway :D. People on shore sometimes poke around gear left on shore, I've seen it just once but that's enough :/ ).
Thanks for the positive responses. Note that we have two floats that can carry a speargun offshore with you.
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