ALPS OutdoorZ Announces New Trophy X Frame Pack

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posted on January 24, 2018
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If you’re looking for an external frame pack for your next elk hunt, the new ALPS OutdoorZ Trophy X frame pack from the company’s Extreme Packs line will certainly “meat” your needs.

Touted as a meat hauling external frame “freighter” pack, the Trophy X features a strong, powder-coated steel frame with a simple, yet well-designed shelf and roll-out lashing system made of heavy duty Nylon. Its shoulder straps and waist belt are adjustable in just about every way imaginable, and padded so you won’t destroy your shoulders on the long hauls out of the back country.

The waist belt also features a few pockets, ideal for game bags, skinning gloves, knives and sharpeners. The 5 lbs. 6 oz. Trophy X is a serious meat hauling pack for hunters who go the distance.

For more information, go to alpsoutdoorz.com.

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