Cabela's Zonz Slayer Hunting Pack

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Cabela's Zonz Slayer Hunting Pack -
Removable suspension system on this Cabela's Slayer Hunting Pack can be replaced with the included cross-body sling strap for load-bearing wear versatility. Both sets of straps deliver support, comfort and natural airflow with mesh linings, ergonomic shapes and nonslip patches. Made of weatherproof, ultrasilent CT450 Plus fabric for stealthiness on the move. Multiple storage options include an external bungee system with a mesh pocket, pockets on the straps and silent, quick-access electronic pockets. Stay hydrated with the included 2-liter hydration reservoir. Durable, water-resistant YKK® zippers. Fixed, adjustable, padded hip belt. Imported.
Dimensions: 22"H x 12"W x 7"D.
Capacity: 2,700 cu. in.
Weight: 3 lbs. 2 oz.
Camo patterns:Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity®, Cabela's Outfitter Camo™, Realtree XTRA®, Cabela's Zonz™ Woodlands.
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Sorry, really disapointed in this one.

Very disapointed. Partly because of a shoulder problem, I have been searching for a good sling pack for use on elk and deer hunts. I thought this would be the one. I have not actually used the pack in the field, but loaded it at home to get the feel of a load. The pack has some very good features and is very high quality as for as materials and construction as would be expected for a Cabelas product. The two strap change over is an excellent idea. The sling strap is a little too wide and cuts into your neck with a load. The pack also rides extremely low with either set of straps. The small (very small) pockets located on the straps and belt are really a joke. Almost unuasable. I put my cell phone in one and thought I was'nt going to get it out. Don't put your GPS or range finder in one of these if you plan to use them during the day. The mesh-elastic flaps on these pockets is hard to use and would not keep any contents dry in rain. There is only one normal usable zipper pocket on the belt of the pack. The two side pockets are large enough for a water bottle, etc. but have the same problem with the elastic net top closers. Inside the main pack one finds a maze of full length pockets designed for ?? didn't quite figure that out. Any thing you put in there would have to be searched for when you need it. Then there is a neat little pocket on the very bottom of the pack, try and get to that one on the trail, or any where. This could be the best pack ever if you re-designed the inner pack with usable small and large zippered compartments, usable size and covered small pockets on the straps, two zippered pockets on each side like the one you have on the belt, do away with the water hydration system and make one or both of the side pockets for water bottles, one with a solid closer. and narrow the sling strap a bit. Sorry Cabelas but this pack is on the way back. Just thought you might want to know these things. Divingnm
Divingnm at Cabelas on 08/20/2013