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ALPS OutdoorZ Pursuit
Versatile day pack
HUNT TYPES
Whitetail Deer
AVAILABLE COLORS / PATTERNS
Realtree Edge
Mossy Oak Country
Coyote Brown
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The Pursuit Bow Pack is perfect for keeping your bow secure and stowed away when you're trekking through the fields and rugged terrain. The lashing straps, along with the expandable bow pocket, make a great combination to securely keep your bow in place. Having a pack that will hold your bow is nice so you can keep your hands free. There is a large main pocket, large front pocket, and lower side mesh pockets to keep your gear organized. The waist belt is padded so when you're carrying a little bit of extra weight, the comfort level is still going to be top of the line. A blaze orange rain cover is included in case you are in the great outdoors when some rain rolls through. The Pursuit is offered in Realtree and Mossy Oak.
Features
  • Organizational shelf pocket keeps gear at your finger tips
  • Works great to hang from tree with D-ring clip
  • Drop-down pocket to carry your gun or bow securely
  • Large front and main pocket
  • Quiver holder on each side of pack
  • Front lashing system
  • Padded waist belt with two pockets
  • Center aluminum stay
  • Blaze orange rain cover included
  • Hydration pocket and port
  • Lower side mesh pockets
  • Webbing loops for lashing
Specs
  • Size: 2700 in³ / 44L
  • Weight: 4 lbs. 1 oz.
Product Number
ItemProduct Number
Pursuit Edge9411205
Pursuit Country9411305
Pursuit Coyote Brown9411700
Customer Reviews
The Pursuit has been rated 586 times.
4.6 out of 5 stars
Good day pack, with only a few minor flaws

I've used this for whitetail, snowshoe hare, grouse, turkey and moose hunts. There's plenty of room to pack extra layers in case the weather drops colder than expected, while still leaving room for water, food and other things you may need for being in the woods for the whole day. I keep small pack emergency med kit, and some supplies for if my day trip ends up being unexpectedly over night. The flip down outer panel has enough room for my calls, my tags and anything i need handy.

My minor gripes are with the waist and chest buckles. I wish the chest buckle had more up/down adjustment, for when thinner/thicker clothes are worn, and a more positive way to keep that position cinched down. The slider does OK, but it does move around and slip as you walk.

As others have mentioned, the buckles are a weak point. They don't like to stay where you have tightened them to when you remove the pack, and they don't like to move when you have them done up, and just need to tighten a little more. I broke my waist buckle tightening it down at 3:30 am heading out for turkey, fortunately I always keep zip ties in my pack as well and could mend it for the time being. I placed a complaint, and had a reply in a day or two, and had a replacement within a couple weeks, even with the pandemic going on and slowing the mail system down. So customer service has been great so far.

The rain cover works awesome for snow and rain, and it being blaze orange, works when I'm required to wear it. It hasn't snagged or ripped while being put through it's paces while making my way through fairly dense tree cover, or mild brambles. The cover is a bit noisier than the pack, but it's manageable, and has kept the internals dry.

Some have complained that they think that the waist belt pockets are a bit bulky, and I must say that it was a small concern with me when I first put the pack on, however they have not hindered my natural arm swing.

I use the tie down and pocket for my firearm when walking in before sun up, and that's been from a 30-06, 30-30, 12 gauge, 20 gauge or .22. Its held them all and kept them in place.

I have owned this for less than 2 years, so I cannot speak to the total longevity of the pack, but it looks like it will wear well. Only time will tell I guess.

I would not use this pack if I was planing on having to pack out any large game, as with no frame this would be difficult. But its sure beats stuffing pockets full of extras, and it's nice to have some thermals when needed, or some place to stuff them when the weather gets warmer once you're out in the back 40.

Good Pack

Have this pack for over a year now, been on a couple of trips, and has been my favorite pack so far, plenty of room for gear, like the shelf pocket as well, and holds my bow well. I would recommend this as maybe a 1-2 day hunt pack if that's what you're looking for, but not any longer in terms of multiday hunt or for big game as there isn't internal frame.

Torso strap

Got this bag for birthday it was great until the cold of northern alberta started the adjustable chest strap broke in the cold they sent me a new one and the same thing happened unfortunately great bag just not in cold temperature

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