Big things often come in small packages, and that does not even begin to describe the functionality of Timber Hawkʼs Hatch Back Waist Pack in Realtree AP camo. In fact, Timber Hawk has rocked the outdoor industry with some of the most comfortable, durable and functional hunting packs. The secret to the companyʼs success has been its innovative design and use of space to make its offerings as streamlined as possible without hindering the wearerʼs movability or ability to quickly and quietly access gear.
Timber Hawk strategically designed every inch of storage to provide functionality to the wearer. The Hatch Backʼs four hip pockets allow for the proper organization and distribution of small items that normally would rattle and clank, if left in a larger pocket. The larger pockets have cartridge loops sewn into them to ensure your ammunition can be easily accessed, yet remain silent during the stalk or when traversing difficult terrain.
The Hatch Back was also designed with two main compartments in the body of the pack. A smaller front pocket has a separate zipper closure with a larger pocket behind it. The larger pocket contains an internal elastic pocket to protect smaller items such as a cell phone and features a key clip, which come standard on all Timber Hawk packs. The main pockets of the Timber Hawk Hatch Back waist pack are roomy enough for extra layers of clothing, scents, calls, bone saw, survival kit and other necessary items for the backcountry.
The Timber Hawk Hatch Back is constructed using ultra quiet and durable twill fabric and high-density breathable foam with a padded waist belt to ensure the ultimate in comfort and ride regardless of the load. The pack maintains its sleek profile — even while loaded — thanks to the side compression straps that allow the wearer to secure and adjust the load as necessary, even without taking the pack off. As a bonus, the straps double as belt hangers to secure a knife sheath, multi-tool, rangefinder, sidearm or other gear you may need to lash to the outside for quick access.
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