GamePlan Gear continued to impress the archery industry yet again at ATA this year with adding their new blind carrying pack and new bow wrist sling to the 2014 line up. Designed with key features with quick easy adjustments that benefit any style of hunting for any style of hunter.
First up GamePlan has released the ultimate work horse pack for the blind hunter. The Long Haul ground blind carrier system has been designed to carry a full sized pop up blind along with all other gear needed for the ground blind hunter. There are provisions on each side of the pack to accommodate your hunting chairs or stools and the signature pack straps are utilized to lock them into place. A drop pocket is designed to carry a gun or bow hands free while walking into your favorite into your hunting area. A hip belt and comfortable shoulder straps allow for large loads to be carried with ease. The Decoy Attic is a drawstring nylon expansion bag designed for decoys to be carried within the bag on top of the blind for easy access and transport. An additional wing on the front will hold extra clothing and gear securely. The welded-seam technology of the previous amphibian backpack is featured in this pack to ensure maximum durability.
GamePlan then moves on to their GRIP bow wrist sling featuring one-handed adjustment for a quick comfortable fit while on the go. The molded elastomeric material will not absorb scent and holds its shape to optimize accessibility when in a hurry. The GRIP bow wrist sling comes in black, olive, and pink color to add a sleek new look to your bow.
These new items are designed to be used for many seasons without faltering. For more information on these new products and to order yours today head over to www.gameplangear.com.
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