Nomar and Filson Craft Limited-Edition Alaskan Mesh Go Bag

Made with an anti-drip bottom and durable sea-tarp materials.

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Nomar and Filson have crafted a limited edition mesh bag intended to help fishermen transport fish from boats without damage — Mesh Go Bag. This release follows a tactical camping collection that Filson and Helinox unveiled last month.

The bag comes in two light colorways of “Gray” and “Blue,” modeled off Nomar’s “industry standard-setting” Brailer bag. Made in Homer, Alaska, each bag is constructed with an intricate mesh weave, complemented by reinforced ripstop handles that run all the way down to the bottom of the bag. The tote bag comes with a no-drip sea-tarp bottom that’s been made durable for carrying heavy loads. Other details like the horizontal patch logo at the front and sea-tarp binding on the top rim round up the bag’s design.

The Nomar x Filson limited-edition Alaskan Mesh Go Bag is currently available on Filson’s website for $75 USD.

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Filson x Nomar Mesh Go Bag

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