Hunting Backpack? - Rupert W.

Hello! I'm looking for a backpack for the hunt! What are you used? He should not be too large. LG Black

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Buckshotap
December 15th, 2013 01:12:54pm

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After using all kinds over 45 yrs., Bad Lands & Eberlestock are the 2 best I have used. Eberlestock being the best made & most versatile. Not Cheap!

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Mike Bolin
December 15th, 2013 02:12:13pm

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...also not cheap, but worth a look is Bison Gear. I have the wool in Predator Brown, but there are a couple of material options and other patterns/colors available. I carry a haversack most of the time, but used the pack in CO this fall. No complaints! Mike

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Rupert W.
December 15th, 2013 05:12:41pm
I've already seen Bison! Interesting. By Badlands very interesting the point, - who has experience of you?

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Andy Man
December 15th, 2013 07:12:36pm

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Rupert: I have the Lost River pack (Bison Gear); extreamly well made and much biger than Picts on Bisongear web site make it appear: carys more than I need and comfortable to wear: a litle too much pack for my neeeds until packing extra clothing in very cold weather Also have the Scout haversack (Bison gear) also very well made and the one I use mostly, size just about right for my needs Bison gear not cheap; but get what you pay for in quality of maerials and construction, think they will out last me by a good ways neither would be my choice for packing out large animals on my back (have an Alaskian pack on a freighter frame for that from Cabelas) don't do that kind of hunting anymore , just local whitetail stuff Hope I helped, gotta get as per your needs

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Shaftbuster
December 16th, 2013 08:12:43am

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I agree with these entirely. Absolutely superb products. But you guys need to check out the ALPS Pathfinder that Sierra Trading Post is closing out. It's been a long time since I've seen as versatile a design as this....accessories available too.

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A Tag
December 18th, 2013 08:12:59am

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I have owed alot of the packs that peaple are telling you about. None of those packs would be a bad choise. The question I have for you is, what kind of hunting will you be doing? Back country, tree stand, short walks from your truck. Kuiu 1800 works best for me. It will do it all but you will pay for it.

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Rupert W.
December 18th, 2013 06:12:37pm
Hi! Can you send me a bar photos of the Kuiu? Is the price of this carbon frame or extra? My type of hunting: 20% Seats on and 80% Stalking LG Black

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Buckshotap
December 20th, 2013 08:12:28am

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The Eberlestock Blue Widow is extremely flexible as it adjust from just a few cu. in. for day packing to over 7,000 for serious back packing. Several packs in one.

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Rupert W.
December 20th, 2013 05:12:32pm
Hi! I'm not so thrilled the Eberlestock! It fits me! The Mystery Ranch Crewcap would be interesting-if it were not so expensive! HM, difficult!
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