Tree Spider® Spider Monkey Backpack

Item # WX2-215793

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Details & Specs

Tree Spider® Spider Monkey Backpack is a perfect fit with your Tree Spider harness system, or use it as a stand - alone pack.

Clip it to the Tree Spider® Speed Harness or Vest for secure hauling... or add the shoulder and waist straps to create the ultimate customizable pack for any hunting situation! Either way, it's a heavy-duty Pack complete with MOLLE straps, hydration bladder pocket, and room for lots of gear.

Get it in your choice of popular camo patterns, and check out the details, right here:
  • Clips neatly on to the Tree Spider Speed Harness or Speed Vest, or add the shoulder and waist straps and use it as a stand-alone
  • Constructed of durable Poly / Oxford brushed fabric with PVC backing for extraordinary water repellency
  • Large center compartment that includes a hydration bladder pocket with hose port (bladder not included)
  • Quiver pocket on right side
  • Two organizer pockets for extras
  • MOLLE strips offer extra attachment points
  • Measures 12x 24 x 6" d. 1584 cu. in.

State Color, as available in the Shopping Cart.


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