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There is a large main pocket, large front pocket, and lower side mesh pockets to keep your gear organized.

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ALPS OutdoorZ Pursuit Bow Hunting Pack is ideal for keeping your bow secure and stowed away when you are trekking through the fields and rugged terrain. The lashing straps, along with the expandable bow pocket, make a great combination to securely keep your bow in place. Having a pack that will hold your bow is nice so you can keep your hands free. There is a large main pocket, large front pocket, and lower side mesh pockets to keep your gear organized. The waist belt is padded so when youre carrying a little bit of extra weight, the comfort level is still going to be top of the line. A blaze orange rain cover is included in case you are in the great outdoors when some rain rolls through.

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  • Universal design that fits a wide variety of bows; Bow pocket stows away when not needed
  • Padded waist belt with two pockets; Large front and main pocket; Lower side mesh pockets
  • Front lashing system; Webbing loops for lashing
  • Hydration pocket and port; Center aluminum stay
  • Blaze Orange rain cover included
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Color Options

  • Brushed Mossy Oak Break-Up Country
  • Brushed Realtree Xtra HD
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is this pack quiet?

    This pack is very quiet. The material outside almost feels like a fleece. It doesn't rub and make noises at all.

  • How does the ALPS Pursuit ($75) compare against the Cabela's hunting packs (~$150)?

    The Cabela's back back has more room but everything you put in it is in one spot and you have to dig for what you want. The ALPS has compartments and is easier to access. Great in a climber stand and hold extra clothing.

  • Would this bag work with a crossbow?

    It might. There are a lot of attachment points. You might be able to use the pocket for the butt of a rifle that drops down for the stock of the crossbow. If you stuff the pack it does tend to bulge, so it might be tough keeping it from trying to roll back and forth.

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