Everything Bag

$259.00 - $299.00
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Rigging has never been easier! Our Everything Bag cargo system is made using two layers of our tuff vinyl mesh and heavy duty polyester thread. Tie downs consist of six built-in 4’ cam straps for rigging to D rings and your frame and two 7' loop straps for securing your load 'rig to flip' ready. 

The Everything Bag allows you to throw in all of your bags, pads, chairs and EVERYTHING, cinch up the 1" tubular webbing "drawstring" and be on your way. It can also be used off the river for stowing and carrying, well, EVERYTHING! The people who have these wonder why they ever rigged any other way.

The bottoms of the bags are shaped like your bow/stern compartments - roughly like home plate.  The walls of the bags are 4' deep.

Specs:

Super Puma - 31" wide x 31" long - roughly triangular shape bottom, five 4' cam straps and 3'6" deep

Mini-Max - 27" wide x 25" long - wide 'home plate' shape, five 4' cam straps and 3'6" deep

14' Bag - 42" wide x 34" long

16' Bag - 45" wide x 39" long

18' Bag - 47" wide x 45" long

Simple Round Bag - 3' diameter - circular bottom, four 4' cam straps, 3'6" deep

In an effort to keep costs low, we normally do not include webbing and D rings on the bottom.  With modern inflatable floors there is no need to suspend the load.  If you want to suspend your load we make them with D rings for $40 more.  We may need up to two weeks as these are made custom, just for you.

Our Guarantee: If any Tuff River Stuff product fails to meet your expectations at any time it will be repaired or replaced free.

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  • 5
    Everything Bag Does Everything

    Posted by Joe Kassay on Mar 29th 2021

    I used this bag on the Grand Canyon last summer and have become a full believer. You spend much less time rigging because the odds and ends don't need to be strapped in individually. The multiple connection points with the boat and frame are super redundant. After tying off, we throw an "X" of straps over the top (included in the set-up) and feel like we're ready for the tippiest rapids. It's solidly built. -Joe

  • 5
    the best

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 4th 2021

    if you can swing it, best thing you have ever done for your rigging

  • 5
    Everything Bag and more!

    Posted by Daniel Dupler on Jun 13th 2018

    I bought a everything bag for a 14 foot boat to fit into my Aire 130D. After using it on an overnight trip, I can say that I am extremely pleased. Not only does it hold a large quantity of gear, it also appears durable and well constructed. I feel it is a great investment and it makes packing up in the morning a breeze. I can't wait to put it through more river miles! Thanks for a great product!