ALPS OutdoorZ Backpack Blind Bag
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It is far larger than most of the production today. One of the original Mojos that I own is one of the larger models. The rest are all but two It fits Mojo's bill inside the bag with three inches to spare. It would be easy to fit the new smaller versions. To that end, I purchased a Mojo backpack for my spinners. It is a third the price, and has two spinners with separate pockets for battery powered spares and sleeves for My original review did not mention that the web waist straps can easily be rolled up into a blind bag, converting the backpack into a very versatile product.
Yeah, I also looked at the Mossy Oak Draw Down bag. It seems like a better option to me.
It hasn't been possible to test the material, or I should say that the weather hasn't permitted it, but, from what I've seen, it doesn't appear to be the kind of material that would repel water. It has really neat waterfowl carriers built into the bag and can hold quite a bit. In addition to comfort, the waist and chest straps add to its elegance. When I went hunting the last time, I had a lot of weight on me, but it didn't bother me. has a neat little holder you can take out of the pocket and attach to your back pack so you can carry your long gun. Safety glasses are held by the side of the bag. I have no complaints so far, but I would keep anything that you don't want to get wet in a ziplock bag, as I have done with all my other
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Selected User Reviews For ALPS OutdoorZ Backpack Blind Bag
When Zipper opened the first time, it failed. Because of the great reviews of this bag, I was expecting a lot. It is becoming more difficult for me to trust the Amazon 5 star reviews since I was extremely disappointed. A friend of mine bought this bag to use as a duck bag for duck hunting in Colorado, and the bag arrived bent all beyond repair. The bottom is useless, and the frame along the back is also bent. return as soon as I return from my trip, and I will get my money The backpack wouldn't be worth $50 to me. The backpack I'm using for my duck hunting trip is unfortunately the only choice I have.
I like the look of this I really like how well organized it is and how much storage there is. The design is obviously the work of Despite the fact that it rides a bit low on your back, it is still very comfortable to wear. There is no doubt that this pack is well worth buying.
You can easily hang the bag from various things since the handle is a clip. I love how you can open and close the bag easily. I like that the bag has lots of room. Walking into the blind is much more enjoyable when you have the gun sling on.
If you only hunt in dry conditions, this backpack is perfect for you. Water doesn't seem to be a big issue with it. Under medium loads, it does not hold up. It was getting harder and harder to keep the shoulder straps attached. We will give it another try. Sent back to Customer Service, there is a new product due this summer.
A nice bag all in all. With an upper pack that was full, it was difficult to access the bottom despite the hard bottom. Likewise, I also purchased a Mossi Oak blind bag and prefer that one to this one. However, there are some minor flaws as well.
My backpack was great for the first month, and then one day I tried to fit three shell boxes, two jackets and a Lucky Duck HD into it, then my shotgun in the holder blew out, but after I sewed it back together, I was fine.
Deer hunting has been a passion of mine for 45 years, and I've always envisioned myself with this backpack. The zipper pulls are the best I have ever seen on any bag I have ever seen. There are so many compartments with zippers and pockets inside. With ridges on both the bottom and back of the pack, this pack keeps It is a large pack, but I have ample room to pack in extra gloves, hats, etc. during cold weather hunting.
The pack is beautiful, but the zippers are prone to ripping!.