SHOT Show 2020: Pelican Cargo Cases

posted on January 27, 2020

As a hunter, getting your gear to and from the hunt is half the battle. Between airlines, crammed vehicle transport and time spent in the field, it’s important to protect your gear, guns and optics. New for 2020, Pelican introduced its new line of Cargo Cases, designed to optimize overland and outdoor adventure travel.

The Cargo Case line features eight sizes and offers mounting options for a roof rack, the bed of most popular trucks or the back of an SUV. Each case provides innovative solutions for storing and protecting gear, even when the terrain gets aggressive. The cases are weather-resistant against dust and rain, and utilize a roto-molded construction designed to withstand serious impact in extreme conditions.

Corrosion resistant hardware and heavy-duty handles make for easy carry and transport when not mounted. Mounting systems for truck beds and roof rack are sold separately. Standard tie-downs can also be used to stow the Cargo Cases.

Cases range in size from 50- to 255-liters, giving hunters plenty of room with different configurations for gear of all shapes and sizes. Incredibly rugged and backed by a lifetime warranty, Pelican Cargo Cases range in price from $199 to $399. For more information, check out


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