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The Blue Widow was introduced upon the request of bow
hunters who had wondered at first glance what they would do with the
rifle scabbard on our Dragonfly and Just One packs. Most of those who
used the J107 found that they like the scabbard after all, because itís
a great place to put things like arrows and grunt tubes. We
like packs so much that we decided to honor the idea and apply some of
the un-tapped items in our design locker. The Blue Widow is basically a
Dragonfly with the scabbard layer removed. The main vertical pockets
and utility expansion compartment are attached directly to the main
frame panel. We added a larger Flex Chassis which can fold forward for
use as a seat. And because we think that scabbards and packs go
together, we made it so that you can add one if you need it.
Remove the fanny
pack / top compartment, as shown at left, and you get a very compact and
capable full-format pack that will behave as a daypack when lightly
loaded, but will expand to carry heavy loads of meat and gear.
|Similar to the Just One and Dragonfly packs,
the JP9 has a wide range of configurations. The basic pack
capacity runs from about 2200 cubic inches (including the removable
fanny pack) to about 4700 cubic inches. Add a Spike Camp Duffel to
the outside and it grows to 7700 cubic inches; add a Super Spike Duffel
and it grows to 8200 cubic inches. The pack's patented Cam
Expansion feature and unique features such as the 4-way compression
straps and Flex Chassis give it outstanding performance in every
configuration -- so you can use it as a compact, close riding daypack,
or as a full-scale freighter, or anything in between. Most packs
will only do one of these things, and the Blue Widow is designed to
outclass them all, whether daypack or freighter.
|We've been hearing from customers who really like
the fanny packs that are made of the JP9 and J107 top compartments.
These fannys beat your basic fanny because they ride extremely well, and
they have a hydration sleeve built in -- so you can put your water and
essentials in the top pack, and then pop it off to do a lightweight
recce run. The Blue Widow's fanny features compression straps, and
Padlock webbing style attachment system, so that when it's woven onto
the main pack it'll ride like it's sewn to it.
||Add our ARCG ButtBucket kit to the Blue Widow to
get what is undoubtedly the best full-format bowhunting pack on the
market. You can mount the ButtBucket high or low, depending on
what works best for your rig. If you mount it high as shown here,
you can sit and ride a horse while wearing the pack and carrying your
|The Blue Widow has a unique portal built into the
frame's back wall that's designed to accommodate one of our Side
Scabbards. Choose the A1SS (for shotguns), A2SS or A2LS (for scoped
hunting rifles and bolt-action sniper
rifles). This configuration puts the scabbard right along your
spine, which is the perfect place to carry a heavy long item like a
long gun. And, as you'd expect, you can easily retrieve your rifle
from the pack when using this system.
The frame on the Blue Widow is simple, sophisticated,
and extremely comfortable. The main pad section rides directly on
the contourable stays, and is vertically adjustable to exactly fit the torso length
of the wearer. The pads have just the right amount of body
contact, and an air space between these and the framesheet allows a great
deal of ventilation, giving the pack the best advantages of both
internal and external frame packs.
Click here to see more about adjusting the shape
of the stays.
Choose Hide-Open Western Slope, Hide-Open Rock Veil,
or Mossy Oak Brush
NT7 Waterproof Microfleece/ Dry Earth or UNICAM 1000 denier nylon.
Note: Color availability may vary. See
ordering link below for current color selection.
Wt. 7 lbs. 12 oz. (6 lbs. 12 oz. with top pack removed).
Dimensions: 25"h x 13"w x 7"d
We get some really good feedback from customers who own this pack.
Here's an example from one of our favorite hunters that is one lucky
fellow judging by the number and variety of photos that he sends us:
"I can't tell you
how much I enjoy your pack. My last bull that I took in Colorado, I had
to take two hind quarters down an avalanche chute from 12,000 feet. I
didn't realize how much weight I had on my back until I took it off at
the end of a two hour hike. Pack should have weighed close to 100 lbs
for a two hour hike. You just can't do that with any other pack. I'm
in extremely good shape and my friends tease me that I just try to beat
them up, but I couldn't carry the weight with any other pack. Thanks
for making me look good.
I told Kiviok that as much as I
appreciate the compliment, we're not the ones making him look good.
He's got that covered all by himself. -- GE