ALPS OutdoorZ Introduces New Enforcer Predator Pack

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posted on December 3, 2018
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ALPS OutdoorZ has announced its new Enforcer pack, built to meet the demands of on-the-go predator hunters.

With a plush 3-inch memory foam seat and kickstand frame, the Enforcer wears like a conventional pack, with adjustable shoulder harnesses, sternum strap and waist belt to accommodate warm or cold-weather clothing. A thickly padded back panel featuring ventilation channels further reduces carry strain and fatigue.

The Enforcer’s seat folds up behind the pack via two compression straps and secures out of the way while traveling. The kickstand frame folds behind the pack and can be quickly deployed to provide a comfortable back rest. The legs offer individual length adjustability to offer upright seating on uneven terrain. Large swivel feet at the base of each leg presses flat against uneven surfaces for a sure grip and to prevent sinking into soft or wet ground. Both the seat and kickstand frame can be removed, allowing the pack to be used as a conventional daypack.

The pack's main cargo compartment and exterior front pocket are designed to accommodate calls, decoys, etc., and two large removable pockets integrated into the waistband. These pockets are subdivided with quick-access mesh pockets to stow small items. The left pocket includes a shotgun shell strap that holds six cartridges while the right pocket strap can secure 12 centerfire rifle cartridges. The tall pocket lids can be laid open while sitting to make reloading quick and easy.

The Enforcer pack weighs 7 lbs. 5 ozs., and is available in Realtree Edge camo pattern.

For more information, go to alpsoutdoorz.com.

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