3Rivers Haversack Hunting PackItem Number: 69221
$59.99 $49.99
3Rivers Haversack Hunting Pack

3Rivers Haversack Hunting Pack

Item Number: 69221
$59.99 $49.99

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It's an old favorite with a modern update. The 3Rivers Haversack is based on a similar design to the classic haversacks used by military forces worldwide since the 17th century, but it's been updated with modern 1000 Denier Cordura® for comfort and durability. Coated with a durable water repellent to shed water and stains.

The 3Rivers Haversack makes it easy to carry your gear without getting overloaded. It is the perfect size without going overboard. Featuring the right amount of room for carrying what you need for an evening sit in the woods.

The roomy main compartment measures approximately 12-½" wide x 11" deep. It also features an internal drawstring pouch measuring approximately 7" deep x 11" wide for organizing gear. You'll love the convenient zippered accessories pocket on the outside flap measuring approximately 11" wide x 7" deep. The side pocket holds a standard sized water bottle (5" deep) securely withthe drawstring band.

The plastic snap closures offer adjustability for varying load sizes, and dependable security for rough use. The nylon shoulder strap is fully adjustable and padded for comfort. There are also adjustable bedroll straps at the bottom, allowing you to carry bulkier items such as a jacket. Plus, the MOLLE (Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment) straps on the side allow you to attach additional gear to your haversack.

The 3Rivers Archery logo patch on the front lets everyone know you're traditional through-and-through!

Lightweight and durable at only 1.25 lbs. Don't get caught again with a way over packed hunting pack again. The 3Rivers Haversack is the perfect daypack for an evening out hunting, or a day of stump shooting. Read more about this pack in our blog post: Finding the Right Hunting Pack.

Overall exterior dimensions of approximately 12" higgh x 13-½" wide x 5" thick.

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