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Navy SEAL G12 Parachute Cargo Bag Massive 64,800 Cubic Inches Of Storage New, Unissued

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Leave it to a Navy SEAL Team to find the best way to haul an entire SEAL Team's scuba gear in one bag. This bag was originally used to transport a 100' diameter G11 parachute, and was repurposed by a clever SEAL, this bag is absolutely perfect for bulky, heavy gear that needs to dry out and drain after use.

Each bag measures a whopping 6' long by 30" tall and 30" wide. The top and sides of the bag are constructed of a 1/8" diameter nylon mesh; the ends and bottom are made of a heavy, rubberized fabric with ten PVC drain holes to ensure complete draining of your gear.

Webbing reinforced, rubberized handles are sewn into the heavy duty 2" wide nylon cargo strapping that runs the length and width of the entire bag in a well spaced reinforcing grid. Four stacked handles can be found on each end of the bag, and six stacked handles are located on each side for a total of 20 handles.

This single compartment cargo bag opens with dual oversized, nylon, self healing zippers that can be locked when the two metal pulls are brought together.

Over the top of the bag there are four cinch straps each with its own 2" double adjusting side release buckle to ensure bulky loads can be accommodated and stay put once the bag is loaded.

Civilian uses are endless and commonly include:
-Law Enforcement special teams gear
-Game Transport
-Family size bugout bag
-Paintball team gear
-Scuba or other marine applications
-Firefighting equipment
-Sport Team gear storage and transport
-Sport Team gear storage and transport
- Decoys
- Car Roof Cargo Carrier

This bag is brand new, unissued condition. 
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"Don't believe the pictures, they are very misleading. To me this looked like the perfect storage container that I needed for moving. The pictures make it look like it is a solid sided storage container. I figured like other things that I have that the sides would fold up from the bottom to create the sides, but no, the sides are nothing but netting and the picture was taken with the container full of black boxes is my guess. And then they pile stuff on top of it! Not unless they have a perfect size cube to fit inside of it. Don't believe the pictures.We should be so lucky to have a storage container like the one in the picture, instead of a 64,800 cu. in.back pack, because that's what it is."