Lodge Camp 10-Inch Dutch Oven Tote Bag

April 15, 2017 - Comment

Tote bag includes a padded bottom, heavy duty self healing zipper, polypropylene straps and is sewn together with heavy duty thread. This tough carrying bag fits both standard and deep size Dutch ovens up to 10 inch diameterThis tote bag serves as both a carrying case and a protector for a seasoned campfire cook’s most

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Tote bag includes a padded bottom, heavy duty self healing zipper, polypropylene straps and is sewn together with heavy duty thread. This tough carrying bag fits both standard and deep size Dutch ovens up to 10 inch diameterThis tote bag serves as both a carrying case and a protector for a seasoned campfire cook’s most prized pot. Designed to carry a Lodge Dutch oven with a 10-inch-diameter and either a 3-1/2-inch or 5-inch depth, this tote keeps the main cookpot zipped away in its clean pouch until dinnertime. Made to be as rugged as Lodge’s cookware, the bag is constructed of durable black polyester (which won’t show the dirt) with a PVC backing to make it fairly weatherproof. Sporty polypropelene straps and a double zipper are secured with heavy-duty thread that can hold up through plenty of wear and tear. A thick, padded bottom on this tote protects surfaces from getting dinged by the ultra-heavy cast-iron pot inside. –Cristina Vaamonde

Product Features

  • Holds Lodge standard or deep 10-inch Dutch oven
  • Durable polyester outer shell
  • PVC backing for light weatherproofing
  • Polypropelene straps; heavy-duty thread; self-healing zipper
  • Padded bottom protects pot and surfaces

Comments

Charles O'Neal, Jr. says:

These bags are really nice but like other reviewers These bags are really nice but like other reviewers, I wouldn’t put a Dutch oven in one without taking some scrap plywood, lay the lid down on it and mark a circle, then cut out the circle to use as a bottom for the tote bag. Center your Dutch oven on the circle, trace around the legs, then drill some holes for the legs to fit in. This will keep the DO from sliding around in the bag. When I am ready to serve right out of the Dutch oven, I put the circle of plywood on the table and set the…

Don DeMello says:

BUY ALUMINUM PIZZA PANS FOR PROTECTING BOTTOM OF DUTCH OVEN TOTE BAGS I’ve read where people use plywood cutouts for tote bag bottoms which is fine if you have plywood handy, but here’s why I like the pizza pans you can buy on Amazon from New Star Foodservice: 

BobA says:

Poor Quality – Seams ripping after VERY light use! Purchased this in May of 2015. When it arrived, I didn’t like the quality. Why? I immediately saw that the straps didn’t wrap around the bottom of the case. This is a problem, because I knew that when I placed the lid of my 12″ lodge dutch oven in the bottom and the oven itself on top–so that the legs don’t poke holes the bottom of the bag–that the seams would be able to hold up to the weight. The case itself made from thin, flimsy material. Still, I didn’t see anything better on Amazon,…

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