NXG Large Chilla Bag

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Featuring high-density walls for unrivalled insulation, the two Chilla Bags from our award-winning NXG luggag...
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The NXG Large Chilla Bag has been purpose-designed for keeping food or bait chilled. Featuring high-density insulated walls incorporating a foil liner, it offers super-thermal properties and ultimate performance. Wether it be tomorrow’s breakfast or frozen boilies for your session, the NXG Large Chilla Bag is perfect for the job.

As a rough guide to the capacity of the Large Chilla Bag, it will comfortably accommodate approx. 15 kilos of boilies. For those fishing shorter sessions who may wish to take smaller amounts of bait or/and food, the smaller NXG Chilla Bag is also available, which will hold approx. 8 kilos of boilies.

Useful Tip: The NXG Chilla Bags have been designed to offer optimum performance when full. When you’re not filling a Chilla Bag to its maximum capacity with bait or/and food, packing-out any cavities with bubble wrap when you load the bag will help to keep the contents fresher for longer.

Product Features
  • High-density walls for unrivalled insulation
  • Foil lined, easy-clean internal material
  • Twin-direction heavy duty main zip
  • Zipped front pocket
  • Removable padded shoulder strap
  • EVA carry handles
 

Technical Specification
  • Material:600D Polyester
  • Dimensions:  L45cm X W35cm x H26cm
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