The MAK bag is constructed using a double layer of Dacron Sailcloth sewn together with a continuous 2 inch grid pattern for stability. The entire bag is then stitched a second time to overlay the grid, and insure there will never be an open stitch or a separation in any surface or seam. Our thread is also an important component of the bag. We use a bonded polyester thread known for it's high strength, stability in sunlight, and resistance to salt water and mildew.
The exterior is available in black or white, but the interior of all MAK bags is lined with WHITE Dacron. This allows for better visibility of the contents, especially at night. The bottom of the bag has the same two layers of Dacron, but then a third layer of Hypalon rubber is added to the exterior for additional strength and durability. Our exclusive rubber bottom means that your MAK bag will endure years of dropping, dragging, and banging against rocks, barnacles, and all the other hazards that nature throws at us.
Quick drainage is critical to ensure that you're never left holding 10 pounds of seawater over your shoulder, or hanging from your belt. MAK bags have up to 15 solid brass grommets in the bottom of the main bag, and one or two additional brass grommets in each side or front pouch guaranteeing that your MAK bag will drain completely in just seconds. Our bags also incorporate both belt straps, and stainless steel D-rings to secure your bag to your belt.