New for 2014, Wilderness Tactical Products has unveiled their new Wombat Stealth Pack. A variant of the medium-sized Wombat pack designed for optimum stealth while hunting game at short distances, the Wombat Stealth Pack from Wilderness is made with with 50/50 nylon/cotton Multicam fabric on the outside and nylon lining on the inside. In addition, it is available in standard 5-inch or deep seven-inch depths, and has two utility pockets on the outside, and a hidden Velcro closure pocket. The Wombat is designed for use as a daypack, but can work for up to three days if contents are chosen carefully and packing is done efficiently.
Food — one MRE, several dehydrated meal pouches and food bars – may be stored in the large outside pouch, while the small pouch can carry small utility items. In addition, the hidden pocket is capable of housing a weapon up to the size of a Glock 19, or personal items such as wallets or keys. Each side of the pack has two 4-way patches to secure gear such as jackets, tents and bivy sacks. Meanwhile, the bottom of the pack has three 4-way patches to attach a sleeping bag or jacket. The front-opening main body is capable of opening fully to ensure quick and easy access.
The Wombat Stealth Pack features the built-in Wilderness Racking System, which can support up to three Giles Bags, four #357 Stuff Sacks or four Cocoon Stuff Sacks. Personalized gear can like ground pads, rolled up jackets, stoves or water purifiers can also be attached to the racking system.
MSRP for the Wombat Stealth Pack is $259.95.
Technical Specifications: Wombat Stealth Pack
-Quiet 50/50 NyCo outer shell (same material used in current USMC field utilities)
-Smooth 250D gray nylon lining
-Heavy-duty YKK zippers
Dimensions: Wombat Stealth Pack
-Main body 17.5″ x 12″ x 7″/5″, approx. 1,300 (7″)/900 (5″) cubic inches
-Large outer pocket 9″ x 7.75″ x 3″ (about 200 cubic inches)
-Small outer pocket 9″ x 4.5″ x 3″ (about 100 cubic inches)
-Total storage: Approx. 1,600 (7″)/1,200 (5″) cubic inches
For more information about the Wombat Stealth Pack, please visit www.thewilderness.com
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