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Outdoormaster Polar Bear Boot Bag reviewed – another value for money product

Another quality, yet affordable product from Outdoormaster. The Polar Bear Boot Bag is more than just for carrying boots you can get a whole load of gear in it.

With a boot pocket on either sides with venting and drainage holes for wet boots there’s a separate compartment in the middle for helmet, gloves, goggles etc. The substantial base is a strong plastic with grippy feet fitted adding to the robustness of the product.

There are also additional pockets on the outside of the boot compartments plus a handy pocket on the top for travel documents, cash etc and even a tie for strapping on any additional clothing you may want to carry.

Inside there’s a further waterproof pocket for valuables and a third key ring loop.

As well as large top and front handles there are backpack straps too. These can be folded away in yet another zipped pocket on the padded and ventilated back of the bag.

All in all a very well thought out, well made product and it comes at a really good price – at the moment they start at only £37 including postage with a range of colours too. Get another 10% off with the code LATANIA10

Now get 15% off with code LATANIA15

Click here to order

2 Responses to “Outdoormaster Polar Bear Boot Bag reviewed – another value for money product”

  1. Most of snow products do ship worldwide for free. You can see this when you check out. There was an error on the site saying USA only in the small print, it’s being corrected ASAP. I’ve used Outdoormaster – they can be trusted! Rgds Toffa.

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