Item No: SSI55744 Mfr# 55744

Hardigg Storm Case Storm Trak iM2620 Case

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Hardigg Storm Case Storm Trak iM2620 Case
The Hardigg Storm Case Storm Trak iM2620 Case is uniquely rugged, yet lightweight, with telescoping handles that lock in place plus rugged in-line wheels for ease of transport. Storm Cases are more than just watertight, padlockable and made in the USA, they’re also Unconditionally Guaranteed for Life.

Storm Cases are designed to transport and protect your valuables even under the most adverse conditions. A lifetime guarantee ensures your Storm Case will outlast every situation. Storm Cases are the most solid protective cases in the industry. Manufactured with HPX high performance resin, easy Press & Pull latches and durable soft grip handles, they’re the most comfortable, toughest transport cases available. The multilayer foam option allows you to easily customize the foam to your exact needs.


  • Two Press & Pull Latches
  • One Double-layered, Soft-grip Handle
  • Two Padlockable Hasps
  • In-line Wheels
  • Telescoping Handle
  • Vortex Valve
  • Flush Powerful Hinges
  • Lightweight Strong HPX Resin
  • Watertight
  • Guaranteed For Life


  • Exterior Dimensions (LxWxH)
  • 21.2 x 16.0 x 10.6 in.
  • 538 x 406 x 269 mm
  • Interior Dimensions* (LxWxH) *Total height shown; includes lid depth of two inches.
  • 20.0 x 14.0 x 10.0 in.
  • 508 x 356 x 254 mm
  • WEIGHT (EMPTY): 12.5 lbs/5.6 kg

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"This new turkey decoy looks like the real bird. Great paint with definition and is very durable. The carry bag is a plus when being mobile turkey hunting." April 2014