Equinox Ursus Ultralite Bear Bag

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The Equinox Ursus Ultralite Bear Bag will help keep the critters out of your freeze-dried ice cream and toothpaste with the Ultralite Bear Bag. Simply load your food, cookware, and personal items, attach the 50' paracord, place a rock in the "Rock-It Launcher", and let it rip. Features an outer pouch with a Velcro closure, ideal for stowing the paracord and Rock-It Launcher. Webbing handles to easily carry the loaded bag. The entire bag and accessories fold up into itself for compact carrying. Constructed of 1.1oz silicone impregnated ripstop nylon. Made in the USA.


  • Made in the USA


  • Drawstring and cord-loc closure
  • Includes Ursus Bear Bag, Rock-it-Launcher & 50' paracord - Does NOT include the rock
  • Weight = 2.2 oz. without cord - Weight with Cord = 6.7 oz.
  • Ursus Ultralite Bear Bag ultralight Bear Bag System
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Cubic Inches:1300
Size:20"H x 12"Dia.

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Equinox Ursus Ultralite Bear Bag Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Every backpacker needs one of these!

I think each backpacker needs to carry their own bear bag system, that way it is always with them. More the one person per sack could lead to a situation where the two could be separated and one backpacker will have to do without. It doesn't make sense to me why this could happen because the Ursus Ultralite Bear Bag is ultralight.
Campfire Chris at Campmor on 12/12/2013

Bear Bag Review

Only thing lacking is squirrel protection. Place a camp plate upside down inside top of bag before hanging and squirrels cannot get in. Lightweight bag is easier to get up higher away from bears as well. Loved it so much I ordered another one right away.
Dave at Campmor on 07/07/2011

it is what they say it is

we used this for what is was meant for--a bear bag
it is lightweight and surprisingly durable. my only complaint is the capacity. it could be a little larger for longer trips. or we could just buy another one.
breadhead at Campmor on 06/06/2012

Great product

Great product. I have not had it rip YET, however it may in the future. Great product. Great in the rain. I havent found anything bad on it yet.
Bob at Campmor on 03/03/2011


Used bear bag with OP storage bags on weekend backpack trip. Worked great and kept every thing dry through six hours of constant rain.
Hans at Campmor on 09/09/2010

i would recommend this product

i was simpley replacing the 15 year old bear bags i purchased from you....they got lots of use and work well
tracker at Campmor on 07/07/2012

Buy This

Designed very like the late Gregory Bear Bag. Lighter for better or worse.
Coach Tom at Campmor on 05/05/2011

Negative Reviews:

A bag of weight and not much else

I wanted a bag to store food and hang. Over the years, I've always hung a pack and thought a bag would be better. However, the bag adds weight without really improving functionality. The "rock-it pocket" concept was good. I've tied many rocks only to have them fall loose before looping the branch. However, the concept fails miserably here. 1st, the pocket is so small, you'd have to melt lead into it to get it heavy enough for a good throw, 2nd, the pocket is heavy itself, adding unnessary weight to your pack. It comes with 50 foot of cord. The cord is pretty heavy too. I've used lighter cords for years without problems. When you hang the bag, you have to hang it with the top up. This makes little sense. If it rains, water can easily get into the cinch hole. Of course, the bag itself isn't waterproof either, which is poor design. It comes with a "pocket" on the side to store the cord and bag. Why do you need a bag within a bag? It is just added weight. The whole unit is flimsy. The velcro on the outside pocket was poorly sewn such that, it was already pulling apart when I took it out of shipping container! When I purchase items, I'm expecting that my backpacking experience will be better, but this purchase has left me with a bag that I will not use again. I'm back to hanging my pack, with the pack raingear on it, with the opening upside down, knowing that this is rain proof, functional, and "critter" resistant.
Olszanski at Campmor on 07/07/2012


On the first trip I used it holes appeared on the bottom of the sack. It is light, but should have been reinforced and thicker on the bottom. The holes did not spread so it still usable. When it rained I did not find it kept the items inside dry.I still use it but put all my food in a dry bag and then place it in the bear bag. I bought it about 3 years ago, so they could have improved the product
lucky M at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Not worth the price

It was convenient to have everything put together, but not worth the price. Almost sent it back when I received it. I think we could have done just as well with any nylon sack. Not sure if this was supposed to be waterproof, (thought so with silicone impregnated fabric,) but we set up camp in the rain one night and the food bags inside were wet. Fortunately, the food was in ziplocs and mostly dry.
Jen at Campmor on 06/06/2011

You already own what you need

Bought two bag systems and used them on two separate four day trips. They are now ripped and worthless. The material snags on limbs and bark and tears easily. The idea is nice, but if you hike in areas where tree limbs are not strong or straight, use a sock for the rock, a stuff sack or your pack for the main bag.
CooksWell at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Don't buy this

Flimsy replacement. I bought one 10 years ago from Campmor, it was made of a durable cloth material. I lost it, so just bought a new one. The new one is flimsy plastic that I think will be destroyed if it gets near anything sharp or hot.
M the Camper at Campmor on 10/10/2011

Much ado about nothing

NOT a good replacement for the Ursack!
Mama Bear at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Does the job.

Haven't tried it out yet but the material isn't as heavy duty as I would have liked. Bag is a little smaller than the one I had before from Gregory. Red color adds visibility.
Mike at Campmor on 10/10/2012