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Eberlestock products are protected
by the following US Patents:
7,654,426, 7,735,701, 8,397,965, D346,846, and Patents Pending.
The Tailhook is a unique pack.
An amply-sized lumbar pack, it has many of the capabilities of a
full-scale pack, and a great deal of versatility. As used on the
Tailhook, our patented Ripcord Tether™ completes the Quickdraw System
that we pioneered with our Backscabbard™ rifle packs.
The small upper bag provides a
platform for a bow or a rifle to rest on, and makes the pack carry them
with exceptional stability. The upper bag's internal
pocket incorporates a spacer pad to keep the bow or rifle away from your
Note the great
way that this pack opens up. And note the accessibility and
arrangement of the pockets. Count 'em if you want to. If you
include the bow carrier, there are 21 separate storage compartments and
pockets on the Tailhook. That doesn't mean it's overloaded with
them; it's just sensibly laid out. And it's a great pack for being
organized in the field; once you decide where everything goes, you will
always be able to go right at it.
"Tailhook" redefines treestand hunting. Its opposing main flap's
buckles are made to wrap around a tree and easily hang the pack,
converting it to the ultimate organizer. The standard pack will go
around a pretty good sized trunk, but if you've got to go around a
really big one, you can add our ACSE strap extension kit, a 3-pack of
straps and buckles that add length in 1-foot increments.
Carrying a bow
adds a challenge to many hunting situations. Bows tend to get in
your way when you’re trying to move quietly, and they’re heavy after a
full day. We think that getting your bow or your rifle off of your pack
is an obvious need for a hunter, but for some reason, it didn’t exist
until we made the effort to develop it. We began by introducing
rifle packs, which customers around the world have come to love.
So we developed the same kind of solution for bow hunters. You can
safely stow your bow, and keep your hands free for climbing, crawling,
clearing branches, and all of the other stuff you do when you’re out
there. You’ll concentrate better, you’ll be more effective, and you’ll quickly have access to your bow when you need it.
that differentiates the Tailhook is that while wearing it, you can sit
down. Which means that you can ride a horse or an ATV while
carrying a bow. Or, you can just sit. Add the plush comfort
that the pack offers, and the unparalleled features, and you’ve got an
unbeatable bow hunter’s pack.
The Tailhook is also an
excellent gun pack. The design features a vertically
that you can drop down in order to carry your rifle at your preferred
height. As shown above left, the
butt of a gun rests in the ButtBucket™;
wrap the Ripcord
around the forestock (it works well if you go around below a swivel
stud), pull it tight, and off you go. To get your rifle off of
your back, just grab the barrel with one hand and the Ripcord buckle
with the other, and pop it off.
A second alternative is
to add a side scabbard to the pack. As shown at right (with an
A2SS Scoped Rifle Scabbard), you can hook the scabbard to the top pad,
use the Ripcord Tether to and the built-in grapple/compression strap to
stabilize it. This arrangement works with any of our side
scabbards, so the system can be optimized for any man-portable weapon.
The Tailhook has a full
complement of accessory pockets, plus a removable shoulder harness (for
use as a lumbar pack only) and a removable waistbelt. Speaking of
the waistbelt, we haven't skimped on the padding on this pack...
We make these things knowing that you're going to be wearing them all
day, every day, and we want you to be comfortable. We use a a
full-sized freight pack's waist belt so that it'll ride well. Deep
cut padding provides extra ventilation.
||11.5"h x 16"w x 5.5"d
||900 cu in
availability will vary. See online store for current selection.
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