Minimalist in weight and bulk, the Bino Harness secures your glass to your chest while charging cross country. Non-elastic shoulder straps hold elevation, while stretch-woven cross straps let you breathe easy.
Redesigned for a better fit, lighter, and an unfettered line of sight with lightweight suspension and one handed access to your optics. We’ve included a lens cloth, two exterior pockets and two lanyard straps so your view will always be crystal clear.
The new 12x-15x Bino Bivy provides all the great features of its smaller brother, but is designed to fit 12x-15x power binoculars. We’ve included a lens cloth, two exterior pockets and two lanyard straps so that your view will always be crystal clear.
The Ascent 12 is a stripped-down, dialed-in daypack for moving fast, this panel loader opens into a 1,200 cubic inch main compartment, complete with hydration bladder sleeve and suspension hook. Three zippered mesh pockets inside the front panel organize your necessities, while external bungie compression doubles as additional storage. A new lightweight toggle bow suspension system quickly secures your weapon.
Price: 236 €
The Flash 20 is a simplified, lighter, more durable and weather protective daypack than its predecessor. Highly technical and suited for long jaunts away from the truck, it’s 2,000 cubic inch volume provides enough room for surplus snacks, water, and even a small bivy cache for the savvy lightweight overnighter. Bottom, side and front compression straps stabilize your load, while a new lightweight toggle bow suspension system quickly secures your weapon.
The big brother of the Flash 20, the Flash 32 sports many of the same features, but adds more volume for longer forays. The Flash 32 employs a beefier tension frame system for heavier loads, a compression wing design for lightened loads, and the fully adjustable quick-release gun/bow cable system. Enabled for a 3 liter hydration bladder, this pack has proven itself for guides and outfitters that find themselves carrying gear for two.
Nasty weather might get the critters moving, but a pack full of soggy gear will slow you down. The Pack Cover works double time to stave off the rain and snow and deceive skittish ungulates on the move. With GORE OPTIFADE® concealment, your pack becomes an integrated part of your kit, whether it’s on your back while you slog it out through a NWT suffer fest or hidden in the brush waiting out an afternoon squall.