For the committed backcountry hunter willing to work harder and go further to enhance their experience, the Mountain Hauler opens a world of opportunity for extreme and extended mountain pursuits. The primary bag expands from 4,000 to 5,000 cubic inches to easily place an elk quarter on the load-hauling shelf, and gear can be separated and stowed internally below the load shelf in the Mountain Hauler Dry Bag.
All load-bearing components are directly secured to the frame for an extremely efficient transfer of energy and 3-layer multi-density hydrophobic foam pads in the hip and shoulders provide cushioning that won’t chafe under a full pack. Components used during a successful harvest are SITKA orange, providing intuitive functionality to assist hunters who may be experiencing fatigue or stress while packing out an animal. Adjustable suspension and medium or large options in both the hip belt and shoulder yoke enable simple custom fitting. Weighing in at a mere 6.4 pounds but rated to comfortably carry 150 pounds, the new Mountain Hauler is capable of conquering the most ambitious backcountry hunts.
Knocking on Doors
Gaining access to private land can be an intimidating hurdle for most hunters, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, knowing how to ask permission can be a hunter’s secret weapon, especially when it comes to accessing public land drainages only reachable via private land or, even, opening up a door to private land access for years to come.
Features & Benefits
6061-T6 Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Frame
Weighing in at a mere 6.4 pounds but rated to comfortably carry up to 150, the new Mountain Hauler is capable of conquering the most ambitious backcountry hunts. The frame is constructed from 6061-T6 Aircraft-grade Aluminum, which offers an incredibly high strength-to-weight ratio for a maximum haul with minimal strain.
Energy Efficient Transfer
All load-bearing components are secured directly to the frame to maximize efficient energy transfer, enabling the hunter to carry more and walk easier with less strain and fatigue.
The primary bag expands from 4,000 to 5,000 cubic inches to easily place an elk quarter on the internal load-hauling shelf without adjusting confusing straps, and gear can be separated and stowed internally below the load shelf in the Mountain Hauler Dry Bag.
Adjustable Suspension and Hip Belt
Medium and large options in both the shoulder yoke and hip belt enable simple custom fitting, and 3-layer multi-density hydrophobic foam pads in the hip and shoulders provide cushioning that resists moisture from sweat and won’t chafe under the weight of a full pack.