Gear Review: The YETI LoadOut GoBox

YETI hunting box

Gear junkies are often organization freaks as well. Efficiency in the field is vital for fishing, hunting, photography, and more. And as well all know, forgetting key gear items is a familiar experience that for many has drastically (negatively) impacted a trip. A solution — the LoadOut GoBox from YETI.

We’ve had the YETI LoadOut GoBox by our side now for several months, much like a smartphone, this was an item that had questionable purpose initially and is now something we don’t want to go without.

For big game hunting, this box has been a very welcomed new piece of gear. On one side, I keep all critical archery accessories — field points, broadheads, wrenches, wax, etc. Then, with the caddy, I can separate knives and other items I might want more accessible.

YETI Box

On the other side, I keep game calls and binos, and it sure feels good to know that my nice binoculars are protected in this durable box. Finally, zippered storage in the lid is where I keep hunting licenses, tags, and other critical paperwork. Coming in and going out from a hunt, it’s great to grab all essentials without worrying about forgetting or misplacing something. And it’s all protected!

YETI Loadout

The YETI LoadOut GoBox is waterproof, dust proof, and can withstand pretty hard impact. Ours has been on drift boats, in the rain in the backcountry of the Sierras and the Rockies, and it has been tossed in and out of trucks more times than we can recall. At the end of the day, our critical gear is all together, perfectly organized, and protected. In many ways the LoadOut GoBox protects the hunt. We’ll never hit the field without one.

To learn more about the YETI LoadOut GoBox, please click here.

 

— TH

Disclosure: YETI is in a professional relationship with Rack Camp. Though potentially benefiting from this relationship, we do not post what we do not believe to be true. To read more, click here.

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