CLEARANCE RedHead® Hybrid Illuminator Packs
- 1 large and 1 small compartment
- Scope/tripod pockets
- Bow/rifle harness system
- Hydration-compatible (2 liter, not included)
- Padded back
- Yoke-style padded shoulder straps with lens cloth and retractable Night Sight LED light
- 2 Tech-Lok attachment loops
- Weight: 4.85 lbs.
Tech-Lok Accessories sold separately can be found through keyword search by typing in the keywords "Tech-Lok Accessory"
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by etu4snak Not For Long Hikes Just got back from hunting and I took my pack back due to sore back and shoulders. I didn't weigh my pack but may have been about 1/2 full of the things you'd need to hunt/hike/bone a deer in the field. I did a lot of walking this year on my hunting trip- about 8 hours/day of rugged terrain for 5 straight days. My back was sore behind my shoulder blades and my butt and lower back was sore. The lower removable fanny pack sits on my butt. There are no adjustments on this pack for a persons size (I'm 6'0") and no frame on this pack. Maybe these would have made the difference. I gave the pack 3 stars because I loved everything about it except it just didn't seem to fit me. And there didn't seem to be a way to distribute the weight of the pack to make it more comfortable October 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by outdoorboy27 brilliant buy this is simply the best backpack i have ever owned it has loads of pockets its good quality. back padding is great.detachable waist pack is brilliant and easy to detach.THERE ARE NO FAULTS WITH THIS .good points are hydration compatable , pockets , water ressistance , size, quality ,back padding , detachable waistpack,choice of camo,lens cloth,retractable night light,scope /tripod pockets work with 1 litre bottels.i can fit more than a weeks worth of supplies in here including bivi tent,axe,saw,machete,clothes,sleeping bag (-5),inflatable thermarest mat,10lbs worth of survival gear,food,water,firelighting tools,fishing gear (fly and float fishing gear),torch,knife x3,mess tin ,pots and pans,cutelry,hammock,stool,snares,and i still have 6 empty pockets to fill i would reccomend this pack to anyone experienced or begginer , young or old ,camper,hunter,or fisherman YOU MUST BUY THIS!!! October 9, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by lock1nout Great value but some design flaws Cant beat the price for this size of a hunting pack. This packs size and features could easily be on par with a 200 dollar bag. Great materials, great zippers, interesting design, decent weight, great water resistance, lots of adjustablilty options. I just tested this pack on a 3 day excursion in the backcountry, hiking in and out of canyon, in the beating sun and drenching rains, crawling under fell trees, packing 40 pounds in gear so I was able to give this bag a good run. A multi day hunting excursion may be a difficult if you you plan on hauling out meat, as the pockets ARE plentiful, but lack room. A lot of space on this pack is taken up with the thicker material not seen in common multi day packs. That thicker material does help in the water resistance area on the positive side. After packing in some food, clothing and a few small hiking accessories, i was left strapping my tent to the outside using the bow cradle feature, and I ended up buying extra buckle straps to strap down my tent to the top of the bag. I would have liked to see top and bottom strapping for these types of equipment. My number one issue with this pack is the lack of an adjustable spine. Most multi day packs allow you to vertically move the shoulder straps up and down the pack, helping you fit the pack properly which is essential for heavier loads. I tried to transfer as much wieght as i could to my hips, but felt the pack sat low on my shoulders. Second major issue was the lower shoulder straps which would not stop loosening themselves on me every time I jumped or climbed up a hill. The straps in the other areas of the pack worked very well, but they performed poorly in the area I needed it most - the shoulders. Perhaps a better quality strapping system could be fitted into the packs shoulder straps. Tons of pockets and molle type webbing. I would recommended this pack for a heavy day pack, but not for multi day excursions and for the price you are getting a ton of features. Redhead has a good concept going here but just needs some improvements in the mentioned areas. September 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by mooselake Perfect for what I needed I am a DOD contractor in Iraq. I travel from base to base constantly, and needed something that would hold all my stuff and not kill me at the same time. This pack is light and has tons of room. I have a 10 day supply of clothes, my toiletries, and tons of other stuff as well. The built in light is perfect for the late night walks from the helo pad to my room.. I could not have asked for a better pack. July 18, 2011
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•1 large and 1 small compartment
•Bow/rifle harness system
•Hydration-compatible (2 liter, not included)
•Yoke-style padded shoulder straps with lens cloth and retractable Night Sight LED light
•2 Tech-Lok attachment loops
•Weight: 4.85 lbs.
The RedHead Waist Pack features multiple pockets and pouches, a padded belt, a molded back with airmesh, and 2 removable Tech-Lok accessory pouches.
This 2-in-1 backpack transforms from a single large multi-pack to a separate day pack and waist pack. Water resistant fabric. Volume: 3,801 cubic inches. Weight: 4.85 lbs. Dimensions: 28"H x 13"W x 7.75"D. Imported.
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A:Yes. The pack does allow for some adjustments
A:I have been using this pack now for about a year. I am 6 ft, 210#, and it is easy to get on and off. Plenty of adjustment in the shoulder straps. I dont even use the belt strap as the pack rides very well on me between my shoulders up fairly high.
A:without question "YES" with one caveat. As long as you are returning to a camp. This would not work well if you have to pack up everything every day and move. This is definitely a hunting pack and not a camping pack.
A:I wouldn't use it except for a day pack. I carry emergency supplies, game processing supplies and enough gear to spend the night in the woods if I have to. No tent/sleeping bag or stove. I try to travel light and typically stay out till after dark elk hunting. My pack loaded ready to go with a full water bladder weights about 8#.
A:It has an opening closed by a zipper on the bottom side of the external back compartment. All you do is unzip it and pull out the cloth pouch and place the rifle through the top behind the external pocket into the pouch. It also has additional straps to secure the rifle on the outside.
A:The pack has a zippered part on the bottom of the top pack. Inside this zippered part is a pull out sleeve where the butt of the gun/bow would go. There is also a opening between the the big zippered pocket and the outer two zippered pockets that the rifle would pass through to hold it in.
A:I wouldn't strap a rifle to it. I put my pack on then slig my BLR or my bow over.
Details:I'm worried about the balance being off with the bow strapped to the outside of the pack....
A:I do not think it would be a problem. I have about 25lbs. loaded in the pack right now and walked around the woods for 3 hours on a scouting trip. Hardly noticed the pack. Don't think the few added pounds of a bow/rifle will affect the balance or weight on the shoulders. The fanny pack has a waist strap that helps with the load.
A:It will carry it but will make it back heavy.
A:With the shoulder straps, and a crossover clip, along with the waist belt, you'd be ok.
A:absoloutle definatly its huge
A:If you cannot get one days supplies in this pack your trying to carry too much. I carry a weeks worth of clothes in it with room to spare
Details:The bag has four female end clips that I would like to know how to use. It looks like you could use extra compression straps with them if the straps had male ends, but where would I get these exact straps?
A:Those straps are for the straps that hold the fanny pack on the bottom. When your not using the fanny pack the straps clip into them so they don't hang and make noise. And I keep the fanny pack off and use these straps all the time to hold things down.
A:in the camping section of a sporting goods store. And those female connections are for pulling up the bottom of the main pack when you remove the fanny pack lower section, which is also held on by the quick connect clips.
A:Their is an opening down between the second and third pockets and on the bottom a pocket has a pouch that folds out to hold the but of your gun.
A:theres a pocket that flips down from the inside of another and holds the shot gun upright threw the pack.
A:I don't see how this would work well strapped to a shotgun. Actually I'm not sure why you'd even want to.