ATA Show 2016: Alps Outdoorz Huntress Pack

ATA Show 2016: Alps Outdoorz Huntress Pack

The 2016 ATA Show provided confirmation that Alps Outdoorz is leading the way in hunting pack design and functionality.

In 2015 Alps Outdoorz introduced their all-new Huntress pack.  The name says it all and obviously this pack isn't your run-of-the-mill rebranded pack. This pack was actually designed with women in mind and features shoulder straps, a waist belt, and frame to accommodate a woman's figure.

Alps Outdoorz Huntress-2015


Not only is the Huntress pack anatomically correct, but also features a vented back, to keep you cool when trekking through the backcountry in pursuit of your next animal. It features a drop-down weapon pocket that will securely carry most compound bow or rifle. And if the pocket isn't needed, it conveniently stows away.


Alps Outdoors Huntress-Weapon-Pocket

When the hunt finally comes together and it's time to pack out your game, the Huntress pack provides a duel purpose blaze orange rain cover. This additional features makes staying dry and staying safe as easy as unfolding and attaching the cover.

Alps Outdoors Huntress

The Alps Outdoorz Huntress pack provides 2200 cubic inches of storage, making it just the right size to bring along all the essential gear without extra weight or wasted space. The Huntress also includes lashing straps for strapping on gear such as a raincoat.


Alps Huntress-2015-pack

The front pocket is designed as an organizational pocket, which can keep all calls and accessories easily accessible and organized. The mesh pockets on each side of the pack are great for keeping water bottles handy, meaning you can stay hydrated. And the Huntress is hydration compatible if you prefer to bring along a reservoir.

Alps Huntress-Organizational-Pocket


The Alps Outdoorz Huntress pack will be offered in a brushed Realtree Xtra fabric making it both quiet and concealed in the woods or dark timber. The Alps Outdoorz Huntress retails for $119.

Features:

  • Women Specific Hunting Pack
  • Vented Back Allows Maximum Air Flow
  • Organizational Sleeve In Front Pocket
  • Padded Waist Belt With Two Pockets
  • Tubular Lightweight Frame
  • Drop Down Weapon Pocket To Carry Your Gun Or Bow Securely
  • Blaze Orange Rain Cover Included
  • Hydration Pocket And Port
  • Lower Side Mesh Pockets
  • Bottom And Side Compression Straps

Specifications:

  • Capacity: 2200 in³ / 36L
  • Weight: 2 lbs. 14 oz.

Alps Outdoorz Huntress Pack

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