CLEARANCE RedHead® Hybrid Hunt Packs
- Day Pack
- Large compartment with 3/4 entry
- Water resistant fabric
- Low front organizer pocket
- Two side compartments
- Hydration-compatible (2 liter, not included)
- Padded back with airflow channels
- Yoke-style padded shoulder straps
- Fleece-lined sunglass pocket
- Weight: 2.18 lbs.
- Waist Pack
- Multiple pockets and pouches
- Padded belt
- Four Tech-Lok attachment loops
2-in-1 pack transform from a single big multi-pack into two smaller packs: one day pack and one waist pack. Volume: 2,625 cubic inches. Water resistant fabric. Weight: 2.18 lbs. Dimensions: 23''H x 13''W x 7.75''D. Imported.
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The main pack alone I can stretch a tape measure to around 16". With other stuff I can fit in a 14" handaxe.
With nothing else might fit both jacket and pants in the upper pack alone. Might fit the pants in the fanny and jacket in the upper.
With my pack with a load of tools, food, axe, poncho, etc I ended up tying my outer layer to the outside. Afterall they are the waterproof layer.
Suggestion: take your outer layer to the store and tell the customer service to have someone come with you to try stuffing them in one of the packs.
Main pack alone I can stretch a tape measure to 16-17" tall. Will fit a 14" handaxe.
I have the hunt pack, is great pack by the way. I just wanted a small bag for license, assuming this would clip on pack, with extra rounds. The bladder is great item also. Can't go wrong with this hybrid hunt.
I decided to just use the techlok on my belt so I can drop the pack and still have my licence on me.
Undo the strap on the accessory and run it through a corresponding strap on the pack (it's basically a flat loop, one of four on the waist pack). Then run the strap through the rubberized slots on the accessory to "lock" it down and re-fasten the Velcro. No other parts are needed.
You buy it seperately. Cost about $20-$30 depending on size and quality. I use a 2Liter hydration bladder.
The main pack back wall has a pocket for the bladder. There is a covered flap to run the tube out of the back to your side. Shoulder strap has a hookup to store the tube.
Vinyl or vinyl like. Not 100% sure what it is but looks and feels like vinyl.
Does have zippers so treat it as a water resistant (good for rain not dropping in a river).
The fannypack when connect acts as a waist strap too.