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New Gear: ALPS OutdoorZ Trophy X Pack Bag

Constructed of ballistic and Robic nylon for maximum strength and durability in all climates.

New Gear: ALPS OutdoorZ Trophy X Pack Bag

ALPS OutdoorZ is expanding the functionality of the Trophy X pack frame with the introduction of the new Trophy X Pack Bag. (Photo courtesy ALPS OutdoorZ)

ALPS OutdoorZ is expanding the functionality of the Trophy X pack frame with the new Trophy X Pack Bag.

Constructed of 1680D ballistic nylon and 500D Robic nylon, the Trophy X Pack Bag is strong and durable for the backcountry hunter.

Designed to stand alone or lashed to the Trophy X pack frame, the new pack is customizable to meet specific gear- and meat-hauling requirements.

ALPS OutdoorZ Trophy X Pack Bag Specifications


  • Weight: 3 lbs. 1 oz.
  • Dimensions: 15.5x25x10 in.

It also has an expandable compartment at the bottom of the bag that drops down and adds 675 cubic inches of storage capacity.


Other features: fleece-lined spotting scope and cell phone pockets, drop-down bow/gun pocket, front shove pocket, side mesh pockets and rain cover.

The pack is water bladder-compatible, and the lid has a pocket for quick-access items. A unique zipper design offers multi-point access to the main compartment, so items can be easily retrieved without unloading the pack.

The ALPS OutdoorZ Trophy X pack frame has earned high praise among the wilderness hunting community for its carefully engineered blend of an aluminum external freighter frame and heavy-duty Robic nylon lashing panel system with an ergonomic molded foam suspension system more commonly associated with high-end backpacks.

For more information about this or other products in the ALPS OutdoorZ Extreme Hunting Pack line, visit http://www.alpsoutdoorz.com/.




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Trophy X Pack Bag. (Photo courtesy ALPS OutdoorZ)

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