ST Supafly Bolt
45-4500 Pure Energy
Lots of pockets
Interior mesh storage pockets
I have found NO weakness...
At Christmas '05 I bought two Diablo bags and two Redz bags - kind of a comparison to see who likes what the best. The cost difference was about $40 less for the Diablo bag, so I wasn't sure what to expect for the money... boy was I pleased.
The Diablo bags are bigger, easier rolling and have better constructed zippers and pulls than the Redz bags. We have pulled the zippers out in one of the Redz bags and have had ZERO trouble with the Diablo. Big nylon handles and huge cavernous main zippered opening are the first thing we noticed. I can fit all my gear - basically two of everything - and still have room to spare. The bag gets heavy, but the big roller wheels make moving it easy, even on turf, gravel or dirt. With all the interior room, you can store, stash, carry and hide almost anything. The body of the bag protects the gear and keeps everything in place and out of harms way. The two seperated end pocket are great for hoppers or air bottles. The mesh interior pockets on both sides keep all the miscellaneous parts/pieces out of the way.
I almost forgot about the zippered padded gun bags and mask bag... what a nice final touch to protect some of the more costly and necessary tools of the game.
The overall construction makes this bag too easy to use and almost impossible to abuse.
I don't miss the little three-legged stool at all!!
This is a great gear bag - big, lower cost and very sturdy. I would recommend this to anyone needing a gear bag.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, July 17th, 2006 at 12:46 pm PST
the end compartment is split into two sperate openings with a soft divider - you could put your mask in the end pocket, but i prefer to have mine in the main compartment... i stash my air and hoppers in the end