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High performance pack expressly designed for the female hunter from Fieldline

For more than 38 years, Fieldline® has been creating packs and accessories strategically designed to meet the unique needs of hunters and avid sportsmen. And now the company has incorporated its well-known functionality and durability into gear tailor-made for the rapidly growing women’s hunting market — starting with its new Fieldline Women’s Internal Frame Day Pack & A Half™.

Women who are serious about hunting, need some serious gear to keep up with them. The Fieldline Women’s Internal Frame Day Pack & A Half fits the bill, and more, starting with a spacious main compartment that can house all of her important gear needed for a sunrise to sunset excursion into the big outdoors. The packs convenient front compartment is outfitted with a 3-pocket organizational feature perfect for storing and easily accessing gear when it’s needed most. And just when you thought you’ve stuffed all you can into the Fieldline Women’s Internal Frame Day Pack & A Half, you’ll find a lower front organizer pocket as well as left and right accessory pockets with zipper closures that will keep vital gear like your GPS unit, pocket knife and other essentials secure and handy.

Staying hydrated is even more important when you’re facing a full day of the blazing sun, which is why your Fieldline Women’s Internal Frame Day Pack & A Half is ready to house your Fieldline hydration bladder (sold separately), and keep you thirst-free and energized the entire day.

No longer do women have to try and adjust a man-sized pack, or squeeze into a backpack fit for a child, the Fieldline Women’s Frame Day Pack & A Half is made specifically with a narrow profile to fit a woman’s frame — resulting in a comfortable carry all day long. Adding to this amazing packs comfort is a deluxe padded back and ergonomically designed yoked shoulders and waist strap, which were also designed with the huntress in mind and help keep the load balanced.

The Fieldline Women’s Internal Frame Day Pack & A Half is constructed of a lightweight, durable camouflage material, in your choice of Mossy Oak® Breakup® or Realtree® AP™ to keep you under cover — while a pale pink trim gives the pack a subtle feminine touch. Adding to the pack’s stealthy features are ultra-quiet zippers, allowing hunters to get in and out, without giving away their position.

To learn more about the new Fieldline Women’s Internal Frame Day Pack & A Half or any of the company’s wide range of specialized packs for hunting and outdoor enthusiasts, contact Fieldline at 1919 Vineburn Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90032 • Telephone: (800) 438-3353. www.fieldline.com. Find the company on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/fieldline.

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The Conversation

  • Gretchen Steele says: April 21, 2011 at 11:44 am

    I agree with Marilyn – it looks like a great pack, and I’m thankful for one designed to fit a female form but the pink…nah..not so much..I’m kind of anti pink person….

  • Beth says: April 20, 2011 at 5:51 pm

    Not too much pink for me! I like it. Besides, once it gets used a few times in the field, the dust and dirt might cover up some of that pink! 🙂

  • Marilyn Stone says: April 18, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    Thanks for making a pack designed for women. Looks good but the pink trim is a deal breaker for me.

    • Women's Outdoor News says: April 19, 2011 at 4:43 pm

      Hey Marilyn! I actually thought of you when I posted this one. Although pink doesn’t seem to offend me as much as it does some people, in this case … I agree. Not necessary and a little too fru fru for my tastes too. Now, I head out to roost the elusive Eastern! Are you turkey hunting this season in Colo.?