AT LAST! A packable pack!

March 07, 2016

Have you ever been out hunting and wished you had a pack with you for the layers you’re not wearing or that extra meat you need to carry out?  Well now you can!

The Plateau Pack is specifically designed to be worn on your belt or in a pouch and pulled out to carry meat or clothing when needed, and will comfortably carry 15kg of weight.  It packs down into its own pouch (which doubles as a handy internal pocket once it’s opened), weighs only 150 grams and measures a measly 14cm x 12cm x 4cm.  The ripstop nylon is not waterproof but it is super easy to clean – just chuck it in the washing machine when you get back from your successful hunt.

It really is a brilliant pack to keep in your day gear!

  • 15L capacity packable backpack
  • Loops on pouch for attaching to your belt
  • Wide mesh straps for load dispersion
  • Simple Roll-top closure
  • Blaze orange for safety
  • Easy wash ripstop nylon
  • 14cm x 12cm x 4cm pouch
  • Weighs only 150 grams
  • Easily stowed and deployed when needed
  • Ideal for carrying meat out
Plateau-Pack--Top  Simple Roll-top closure
Plateau-Pack-Shoulder  Wide mesh straps for superb weight dispersion and strength without bulk
Plateau-Pack---Pouch  14cm x 12cm x 4cm pouch weighs only 150 grams


Grab one today!




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