A brand new addition to the SUV group of paintball luggage, this oversized duffle bag is a monster when it comes to handling all your gear.
Gigantic big mouth opening, zips open easily and can hold everything you need to jam into it, as well as having multiple min-vents to make sure the funk don't creep up on ya'.
Generous side compartments are designed to hold either hoppers or your cleats!
Super-sized back pouch zippers open on the fly, to stash all that in-between stuff.
Built in tool section and work zone! This ingenious Patent Pending design has an incredible tool storage area with work mat, attached securely to the front side of the bag. Inside you'll find an array of 21 different sized pockets and a super-thick neoprene work mat, putting your tools at your fingertips and allowing you to have a clean and functional area to make all your repairs quickly, cleanly and getting you back into the game where you belong.
Overall size: 40 x 19 x 11
The JT SUV Duffel Gear Bag is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Tipmann A-5 with expansion chamber and 16" J&J Full Tilt barrel
- Nice looking
- Well built
- Great tool storage area
- Goggle compartment size
- Main compartment opening
- No dedicated marker storage
- No wheels
Ok, this bag looks really nice, it's made out of nice material, and every detail of construction is just really well done. EXCEPT the main compartment opening. Yes it's sweet cause it opens like a tool bag, but it lacks the rigidity/hinge that tool bags come with. If you don't know what I mean, ask your dad.
When I looked at the size I thought it was just right and that anything bigger wouldn't fit in a small trunk (not a problem for my car, but it is if my friend drives). This bag is more wide than deep which makes it awkward to carry with the shoulder strap. Of course this also cuts down on stackable storage.
My biggest complaint about the bag is that it doesn't have any dedicated storage for a marker. I fixed this by purchasing a plastic gun case at Dick's Sporting goods which fit perfectly but consumed almost 3/4 of the main compartment. I have just enough room in the main compartment for the marker case, two 20 oz tanks, 8 pods, and a ball harness. There is still just enough room to stack some spare clothes on top, but that's it.
The side tool compartment is a big plus for the bag, and has 20 or so pouches for whatever and a fold out pad to kneel on while you fix the marker. The other side compartment is large enough for gloves, neck protector, and other small misc. stuff. The front and back compartments are equal size and are just large enough for your goggles or a small pair of boots. There are two after thought compartments in the main compartment which I think are meant for barrels. You can get the stock A-5 barrel in there, but you would be hard pressed to get anything larger in.
Great bag for the guy who is on a budget and doesn't have a bunch of extra equipment that he needs to haul around. I was also considering the REDZ bag. But had read on here that it's really big and double the price of this bag. If you don't care about how large it is and don't have a budget, then go all out and buy the REDZ, hell you get a free fold out chair with it. My friend also has a bag by MANTIS which seemed pretty cool (it had cool back pack straps so you don't have to carry it like a duffel) But it has big logos on it which don't appeal to me.
The price for this bag is right on par ($70), anymore and you're getting screwed. The fact that it doesn't have a dedicated marker compartment, and a crappy closure, I give it a 7.