The Bison Stampede brings a slim but very functional design to the flight deck or makes the perfect bag for the on the road traveler
Bison Stampede Features:
- Made from heavy duty Cordura
- Heavy duty zippers
- Extremely sturdy construction, including base skid pads will ensure your bag lasts
- 15 different pockets allow a whole new degree of organization
- Includes dedicated padded pockets for your laptop or iPad and a padded headset compartment on the front of the bag
- Specially designed pockets that fit a flashlight and keys
- Pocket for small log books
- Three different carry options include j-hook loop, roller bag slide over sleeve and carry handle.
- Fits laptops up to 10 in x 14 in
Specifications: 10 in wide x 15 in high x 8 in deep
Main Interior Compartment: 10 in wide x 15 in high x 5 in deep
Padded Headset Compartment: 10 in wide x 7 in high x 2 in deep
Padded Laptop Compartment: 10 in wide x 15 in high x 1 in deep
Bottom Skid Pads: (6) High Impact 5 notch, .125 in high
Slide over Dimensions (slides over roller bag handles): 10 in wide
Available in Black.
Works well in the 717- highly recommend.
Posted by Todd on Aug 21st 2019
I previously had a Brightline bag. I like this bag better.
1. Most pockets more usable....some of the Brightline pockets were tiny.
2. This is more stable riding on the back of my suitcase.
3. It is easier to put next to the seat in the 717....big square Brightline didn't slide in nearly as smoothly.
iPad (padded sleeve pocket)
Bose headset (top pocket on face of bag)
wallet and sunglass case (bottom pocket on face of bag)
In center pocket:
a stainless steel water bottle (found out drinking out of plastic bottles so much is bad)
a sleeve with certificates on one side and cables on the other. (Grid-It with back pocket)
folder of paperwork
large external battery for iPad
In other pockets:
2 sticks of sunblock (a side pocket)
2 pair of glasses (each in their own pocket)
Sunshades for windows (back pocket)
earphones for music (small side pocket)
I'm very happy with this purchase...I think this may be the only detailed review I have ever written on anything.
Perfect for the 737
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on Jul 8th 2018
I had a great experience with my first Mission Bag purchase a few years ago, and decided to go with them again for my new airline job. I ordered this and the Alpine Traverse to compare, and ended up keeping the Stampede. It is perfectly sized for the 737 cockpit and fits everything you might need. It holds my QRH, iPad, laptop (14 in), headset, and all of the other odds and ends I use for a trip. It’s narrow enough to easily slide in and out behind the seat, and fits perfectly next to it with everything easily accessible. My last bag has taken some abuse from military flying and still looks brand new; I expect nothing different from this one. Overall the quality is outstanding and the features are very well thought out. This is the best bag out there!
Best flight bag
Posted by Unknown on Dec 22nd 2017
Over the past several years I used a backpack as my flight bag. I was conteplating the mission bag for a couple of years. I finally decided to go with it and my only regret is why I didnt buy it sooner. Im able fit more in that bag than my back pack. I use a Bose headset, ipad mini, surface tablet, Large Anker battery, shaker bottle and many other items. Im on the 737 and it fits perfectly on the side of my seat on top of the jepps bag.
Awesome bag for the 737 cockpit!
Posted by JC on May 31st 2017
This bag is super versatile and functional. Tons of different storage options. It fits conveniently in the the old "brain bag" space between the seat and the sidewall. Missions Bags also has fantastic customer service!
Nice bag. Good features
Posted by Jon on Jan 17th 2017
Second Bison bag. Little thinner and fits next to the seat much better in the 737-300s. But makes inside main section a little smaller than I had hoped for. The storage and specialty pockets are extremely nice and well thought out. Also, nothing grabs or catches when rolling down the aisle when commuting or dead heading. Overall very happy with the choice.