Customer Reviews Of:
ALPS OutdoorZ Traverse Hunting Daypack

Closeouts. Carry gear into the woods and carry game out with ALPS Outdoorz Traverse hunting daypack. The aluminum H-frame design and extended lashing straps give you the room and stability to carry heavy loads.

Average Rating based on 5 reviews 4.200000 0 5
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  • Reviewed by Mountain Matt from California on Friday, December 20, 2013
    I am a life long backpacker and this pack did not disappoint in comfort and utility for hunting. I have been working it hard this year so far. I packed out over 90 lbs of deer meet. Although I don't think the pack was designed to carry the load. Even after that push I continue to use it for archery. It is quiet and and has good storage.
  • Reviewed by Saxon from Montana on Tuesday, December 17, 2013
    Looks great, fits well and will replace my current pack perfectly!
  • Reviewed by Sailormike from Michigan on Saturday, November 16, 2013
    I am very pleased with my most recent purchase from Alps Outdoorz daypack. This pack has more features and room than are readily apparent. This pack has a great frame to help support awkward and misshapen loads. A few pockets, but not too many, one of them large enough to carry a tripod or the standard Stanley thermos so many of us hunters use. I would not hesitate to recommend this pack to anyone who asks.
  • Reviewed by Susurrus from North Dakota on Tuesday, September 24, 2013
    This is a great pack with plenty of flexibility. The frame supports a heavy load with everything you'd need for a weekend hunt, and it can be easily compressed and strapped down so that it rides noiselessly when less than full.

    Pros: quiet zippers and upper material; versatile enough to haul game, bow/rifle, and gear; sturdy internal X-frame allows weight to be carried on hips.

    Cons: heavy, canvas-like base is noisy, waist belt is too stiff/padded.

    I like it better than an Osprey ultralight pack because it's much quieter, but I'd never use it aside from hunting because the pack alone weighs 25% of what my weekend set-up usually weighs.
  • Reviewed by Eric from California on Monday, September 23, 2013
    This is a terrific, comfortable and versatile pack. I can wear it all day fully loaded without any issues. I deducted on star because it needs a medium size pocket with small pockets inside to organize tha small stuff (flint, steel, knife, compas, deer tags,etc). I can make do quite well with the other pockets, but being able to organize them better would be an improvement.
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