Badlands Tree Hugger Fanny Pack

Priced: $99.88 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Badlands Tree Hugger Fanny Pack -
This Badlands fanny pack is part of the new Whitetail Series and takes carrying and accessing your gear seriously. Spend some time in a treestand with this pack, and you quickly begin to understand. An ergonomically molded foam suspension gets you to and from the stand in comfort. Once you're in your stand, pull a zipper and voilà, you expose an 1,100-cu.-in. basket. That will give and receive any gear you may have. All of this additional space is shaped like an open bucket, which allows for easy access and quick visuals of your gear without digging through a multitude of pockets. Quiet inverted zippers. Water bottle holders (bottles not included). Imported.
Capacity: 1,100 cu. in.
Weight: 3 lbs.
Camo pattern:Realtree® AP HD® .


  • Ergonomically molded foam suspension


  • Perfect for stand and blind hunting
  • 1,100-cu.-in. basket for essential gear
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Badlands Tree Hugger Fanny Pack Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

A big fanny pack with lots of pockets!

So many of the bigger fanny packs have shoulder straps for support/comfort but don't work in situations where you need to rotate the pack around your waist when stands are on your back or for tool access while installing hang on stands, etc. The tree hugger pack has a large center storage area which is subdivided into an outside magnetic close pocket, a zippered second level pocket with subdividers and a nice document type storage pocket. A similar and slightly larger zippered 3rd nested compartment with interior subdividers is next followed by a zipper compartment next to your body that pulls open to a convenient mesh basket while the pack is strapped to the tree - suitable for gloves, pruning shears, grunt tubes and a bunch of gear you need quick access to. On both sides of these nested pockets that comprise the large center of the fanny pack are two more small zippered pockets that would be perfect for flashlights or things you don't want to dig for. All of this rides quietly, comfortably and is waterproof. What more could you ask for? Pack is a little on the expensive side but appears to be well made. It certainly is well thought out.
Thegrayghost at Cabelas on 11/30/2010

Awesome bag

My wife bought me this bag for my birthday in January. I used it for the first time in spring gobbler. Didn't have that much in it at that time, just food, water and rain gear. Attached it to tree and used basket for calls I had out and water. Thought it was great. Just used it last week to do some scouting for archery. This is when I decided it was awesome. I had 2 tree cameras, scent spray, water and rangefinder in it. Thought it might have been too heavy for bag but it wasn't. Held up great for about 4 miles of walking through tough terrain. After scouting I packed up my archery gear. Keeps everything well organized with all of the pockets. I really like the 2 straps on the bottom for rolling up my rain gear, don't even notice its there. This is my first Badlands bag and there will be more to come.
mrDURP at Cabelas on 09/27/2011

Negative Reviews:

What a pain

Friend of mine has a number of Badlands packs, bino case, range finder case, etc. After checking them out, being impressed with the quality I desided that when I needed a new "carry on" for my hunts it would be a Badlands. This year being the year, I checked out thier products and decided this little gem was exactly what I wanted. Not to big, not too small, just right. Got it, loaded it up with my stuff, struck out from southern Iowa to northern South Dakota to my buddies to hunt. Once there - EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED in this product. Now, it wasn't jam-packed spilling over by any means - still had plenty of room - meaning - it wasn't over weighted for it's design. But the waist strap sucks with a capital V for vacume. Here's my hunt: Put pack on lower back, spin it around to the front to put deer stand on back - walk 50-75 yards - stop take stand off, pack off - readjust waist strap to stop it from beating my crotch/thighs - put all back on - move again... stop 50-75 yards, repeat process... over and over. Get to spot - hang stand, hunt, leave stand there - wear pack on lower back coming out - same thing except the crotch part - just slips down to beat ya in the buttocks. Tried everything to keep waist strap in place. Nothing worked. Poor design - poor clips, something - needs to be velcro or something to make waist strap remain in size adjusted for. Returned it to Cabela and ordered the Badlands pack with shoulder harness. Didn't want that, because when I carry my stand - gonna have to figure out a way to carry both. Badlands - if reading this - would be nice if you would make the shoulder harness fanny packs with plastic clips so a person could detach the harness, switch the fanny pack around to make it a belly pack when needed, and reattach the harness that way.
retnavhmc at Cabelas on 11/29/2010

needs improvements

returned, and bought the monster. tree hugger makes a great pac for tree stand, but if you plan on doing much walking dont fill with much gear or it ends up around your ankles.definetly needs shoulder straps to make this a great all-around pac.
bghost at Cabelas on 11/27/2012