First Look: ALPS OutdoorZ Allure Shoot Like a Girl Pack in Mossy Oak Break-Up Country

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posted on December 13, 2019
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ALPS Outdoorz has announced the release of its Allure Shoot like a Girl Pack in Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, just in time for Christmas. Designed with women in mind, the pack features shoulder straps, a waist belt and frame all crafted to better fit the female figure. Specifically, the Allure comes with a fully adjustable sternum strap and a unique two-piece adjustable waist belt for a tailored fit. The L-shape frame, meanwhile, allows the pack to sit on any flat surface, while a wide U-shaped flip-down main compartment keeps gear readily accessible  For long, hot treks, the Allure boasts a padded back chanel with vented channels. A drop-down and stowable weapon compartment will fit most compound bows or rifles. Finally, the 34-liter pack is reservoir compatible, should hunters want to bring along a water bladder. 

“The Allure pack was designed using Shoot Like A Girl’s specific market research, with input from over 2,000 women living all across the country. Shoot Like A Girl analyzed the data and ALPS OutdoorZ delivered a design that meets the respondents’ top desires, while staying in a price point they asked for,” said Karen Butler, president of Shoot Like a Girl.

The Allure Shoot Like a Girl pack has an MSRP of $112. For more information, visit shootlikeagirl.com or alpsoutdoorz.com



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