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When space is limited on your multi-day backpacking trip but you need to protect your food each night, look to the Ursack AllMitey—the new bear bag that uses puncture-resistant materials to protect against bears and keep your food safe in the backcountry. Using a super strong, thermoplastic polyurethane, the Ursack Allmitey is virtually impossible to puncture, despite the sharp nature of bear teeth. And when you're trying to protect your food from creatures and critters, the six-foot high-tensile strength cord makes fastening the bag out of reach quick and easy work.
- Nearly puncture proof bear bag for long backpacking trips
- Material composition some of the strongest on the market
- 6-foot cord for easy hanging in nearby trees
- 10.65L holds five days of food for one person
- Light enough to throw in your bag without thinking twice
- Item #URS0003
What do you think about this product?
August 8, 2019
Goodbye bear cans...helloooo Ursack!
I've used the other can style food storage in the past, and like most of us... only did so because it was required. Yes they do the job of keeping my food from the bears, and keeping the bears from becoming trouble bears, but they're a HUGE hassle. Literally, and figuratively. I didn't believe that there could be a "bear proof" bag. Since all I knew about were the nylon stuff sack throw bags which aren't even ME proof. But the Ursack Allmitey is everything it says and more. Say goodbye to the 2-3 pounds of excess weight, the wasted space in my pack on short trips, and no more finger pain from trying to open the locking mechanisms... This bag is light, durable as all get out, and holds the same amount of food as the BV500. Even if I'm not in bear country, I'm always in "critterville". The kevlar makes the Allmitey Critter resistant to puncturing from their tiny teeth so I use it no matter where I'm hiking. I won't go back to the cans.
April 17, 2019
Pretty damn bear-proof!