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Old 06-08-2020, 10:15 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I use the Badlands Clutch. I don't know if they even sell it anymore, but its been a great pack. I got it at discount for around 120.00. It has a frame, a meat shelf, and more room then i have ever used. You can also holster a side arm to it very easily.
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Old 06-26-2020, 10:00 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I ended up buying one of these.


I could care less for the camo pattern, though I suppose it's cool. Functionally it looks like an improvement over the alps commander i bought on impulse last year at sportsman's. Also 100 dollars cheaper and 3 pounds lighter then the alps commander X i constantly found myself looking at. I'm a sucker for brand loyalty and I typically stick with what I know works for me. I own several alps products, they should make me a freaking ambassador. But at 3 pounds lighter, 100 dolalrs cheaper, and a detachable small backpack instead of a fanny pack (alps...), I took a gamble on it.

Haven't used it yet, but so far I like what i see, alps has lost a customer, and my wife isn't going to kill me for spending 400-500 dollars on another piece of hunting gear.
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Old 06-26-2020, 02:31 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I ended up buying one of these.
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I could care less for the camo pattern, though I suppose it's cool. Functionally it looks like an improvement over the alps commander i bought on impulse last year at sportsman's. Also 100 dollars cheaper and 3 pounds lighter then the alps commander X i constantly found myself looking at. I'm a sucker for brand loyalty and I typically stick with what I know works for me. I own several alps products, they should make me a freaking ambassador. But at 3 pounds lighter, 100 dolalrs cheaper, and a detachable small backpack instead of a fanny pack (alps...), I took a gamble on it.

Haven't used it yet, but so far I like what i see, alps has lost a customer, and my wife isn't going to kill me for spending 400-500 dollars on another piece of hunting gear.

I just bought a used one of these on KSL. Also haven't used it yet, but just playing around with it I'm happy with my purchase. Think I'll still use the Badlands 2200 more often, but anything more than an overnighter I'll be using this bad boy. Price new is tough to beat for what you get. The one I bought was hardly used and the price was even better. I also now don't have a wife on my case for spending $400-800 on something "I didn't need".


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