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Discuss Rucksacks - old v new at the Target Archery within Archery Interchange Forums; Originally Posted by Goldie Lookin' Pain I've currently got a SF Axiom Plus bag which ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie Lookin' Pain View Post
    I've currently got a SF Axiom Plus bag which measures 93x34x24.5cm. I'm finding it a bit tight so looking to go for another rucksack which is a little bigger. I've expanded the bits that i carry with me and now find I've v little room.

    I've looked at the Easton Pro Tour bag which measures in at 27x12.5x7.5 inches (70x32x19.5cm)... I looked at the photos and it looks a bit bigger?
    Are you sure the easton is bigger. If the measurements are correct the SF is 75% larger by volume.

    SF Axiom Plus bag which measures 93x34x24.5cm = 77.5 ltr
    Easton Pro Tour bag which measures 70x32x19.5cm = 43.7 ltr
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    Forgot to mention that with the Pro Tour as well as the padded bits folio you also get a superb padded limb case too with two separate zipped sections to keep your expensive limbs pristine.



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    For the money you canít beat the mybo bag , it is big I get two bows , scope , quiver , loads of other kit , waterproofs , me dinner plus snacks in mine . The only thing that wonít go in it is my tripod cause itís just to big . I have thought about the Easton one but when Iíve had the money my two local shops havenít had them in stock plus at 2.5x the price ?
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    Hi KC,

    Wasn't the best post - sorry. What i meant was that it 'looks' bigger due to the rigid edges, whereas my experience of the axiom is that it curves over when full and maybe loses a lot of volume due to this. For instance, if i fill the main compartment then the second one is barely usable....

    Theres a few places with the pro tour on sale... so would jump at it if its more usable.

    The other condition is i am a little bit obsessed with orange kit - limits my choice a bit.

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    If you are orange obsessed then the Pro Tour is your bag - it is so orange inside it could be Dutch !!!!!



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    Sold! Sounds like its a decent size ..and orange

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