Organization is one of my strengths; guess I could thank Mom and the Military for that. When it comes to keeping your soft plastics in order, Plano’s FTO Elite Speedbag is a perfect choice. The bag is constructed of 600 denier nylon, a strong weight but light enough just in case you need to pack it around.
What Nylon means
According to About.com, Nylon was created by Wallace Carothers of DuPont, which released the synthetic fiber in 1938. It soon became a staple of hosiery, and even replaced items for military gear like parachutes, tents, and rope. You can trust it, believe me.
Beyond the scope of Nylon, the 4807 Speedbag measures 14.5” x 4.5” x 5.5”. The fold-down sides provide easy access, and the zipper/pull tabs are surprisingly durable. It is advertised to hold up to 40 bags, but when placed in two rows next to each other, I can easily surpass this number. If you load your bag end to end in one single row, then you’re looking at a max of 40 bags. Choose your destiny.
This 4807 is the largest Speedbag available, with two smaller sizes as alternative options. Plano also manufactures a spinnerbait wallet that holds up to 15 spinnerbaits! Awesome stuff, so check them out by clicking here.
The best feature of all is that the Speedbag could be used for virtually anything. Carry gear, tools for the truck, or hunting equipment. Versatility is the Speedbag’s strength at a price that the majority of people can afford.
|Product||FTO Elite Speedbag 4807|
|Material||Nylon - 600 denier|
|Size||14.5" x 4.5" x 5.5"|
|Price||$15.99 at Tackle Warehouse|