ALPS OutdoorZ Introduces First Women's Pack

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posted on August 15, 2014

ALPS OutdoorZ has announced the addition of its new Huntress Women's Pack to the company's 2014 line of camouflage hunting backpacks. The Huntress—the company's first pack designed exclusively with female hunters in mind—features shoulder straps, a waist belt and frame to accommodate a woman's figure.

The Huntress features a vented back, designed to help keep hunters cool when trekking through the backcountry. A drop-down pocket will carry most compound bows or rifles, and can be stowed away if not required. The pack is hydration compatible, if hunters prefer to pack their water in a bladder.

"A women's pack is an item that dealers have been requesting for a couple of years now. We listened to their comments and suggestions to design the Huntress, which we're very excited to unveil for Fall 2014 delivery," explained Zach Scheidegger, Product Manager.

The pack will be offered in a brushed Realtree Xtra fabric. It will ship with an MSRP of $119.99.

For information, go to ALPSOutdoorZ.com.

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