Orvis Sling Pack

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Gunner2292
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Orvis Sling Pack

Post by Gunner2292 » Sun Sep 20, 2015 6:15 pm

So, I bought an Orvis sling pack, and I am absolutely satisfied with it at this point. I haven't put it through heavy use yet, but its fantastic. It has space for dog bowls, a coat if need be, gloves, extra supplies and it has attachments for water, shells, and a radio/collar transmitter. This thing is awesome. It is also nice because when you are hiking miles upon miles, its a sling pack system so it puts the weigh across your body and doesn't make you as hot as a vest does. I'll do a full blown review here soon. But just wanted to say this is a quality piece of equipment for anyone who wants to get away from using a vest system.

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Re: Orvis Sling Pack

Post by Sako0988 » Mon Nov 30, 2015 9:59 pm

I second that ^I've been out two times with it so far and I don't think I would change anything about.......yet :D

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Orvis Sling Pack

Post by love2hunt » Sun Dec 13, 2015 8:19 pm

I have an old Mother vest that is very comfortable, but it makes my back so dang sweaty. I'll have to look into this one now.
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Re: Orvis Sling Pack

Post by gonehuntin' » Sat Jan 16, 2016 6:54 pm

I have one and liked it too. It was easier to navigate a grouse woods with it than a vest. However, I went back to a WW vest. It's handier to hang things on and holds birds. The problem with an Orris pack pheasant hunting is that it doesn't hold many birds.
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