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Which ATV Bag is the best?

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This was the question I had and hear from a lot of my buddies. I have a 05’ Yamaha Kodiak and am an avid hunter, fisherman, and general outdoorsman. A few years back I was looking for a quality ATV rear rack bag. Make a long story short, I bought one that fell apart almost immediately. So a buddy and I decided to create our own. Some of the cooler features are an integrated strap system, an internal weight bearing aluminum frame, and an exterior MOLLE system for accessory bags and utility holders. We call it the Quartermaster. We have produced several prototypes and we are about to start manufacturing them. What I would like is your help in scrutinizing it. Tell me what you would want if you were to “build” an ATV bag from scratch. Some of the accessories we are working on are an internal cooler that self-drains, different saddlebags with cup holders and a small cooler, a bag that can be attached to the back with an ATV cover attached to the inside so you can just pull and it comes out the right way. If you would like to see the bag we are working on and give further feedback you can go to Gear Freak Tough, Tested, True > Home or Gear Freak | Indiegogo. Thanks everyone.

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