Keep Your Gear Safe With Fieldline

Keep Your Gear Safe With Fieldline




When you're hunting in rugged environments, your expensive tools need the ultimate protection -- Fieldline's Granite Waist Pack provides just that. Inside the sturdy front pocket's protective shell are two roomy zippered compartments and two specially formed padded pouches designed to safely hold your GPS, two-way radio, rangefinder, or cell phone. Its innovative design allows for 435 cubic inches of carrying capacity. A wide, padded waist belt and adjustable shoulder straps offer comfort and a custom fit. Other features include a set of compression straps equipped with rugged, quick-release buckles and two half-liter, shatter-resistant tan water bottles placed in convenient outside pouches. The Granite Waist Pack is available in Mossy Oak Break-Up and Realtree AP camo patterns.


Contact: Fieldline, 1-800-438-3353, www.fieldline.com.

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