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Customer Rating: 4.0 of 5
Thought they were a good idea, but
they are difficult to get to in a
small cockpit boat. Would be better
for a recreational boat. I was able
to secure the bags with household
epoxy and they are holding well.
Great bags. I put safety flares
and vhf radio in one and snacks
in the other. Be sure to order
These side cargo bags are just
what I needed. I have attached
them on both sides with Velcro
to my Necky Manitou Sport. I
got some wide Velcro from
Lowes and attached the rough
side to the inside wall just
in front of the seat. The bags
already have Velcro flap which
when unfolded fits quite
nicely. I was reluctant to
glue the pads because the
Necky is polyethylene. I think
the glue they recommend might
damage the hull. So far the
Velcro works quite nicely and
its easy to remove from the
boat. I placed the attached
anchor pads behind the bag so
they stay out of the way.