Full Choke Pack

Full Choke Pack

Waterfowl : Marsh
$249.00 Group Created with Sketch. NEW
(2 Reviews)

The Full Choke Pack is the first and only RF-Welded concealment pack. We took away the seams to provide greater water protection and a newly developed coated textile delivers full concealment whether on the move or in the blind.

Main compartment: 15 L or 915 CI
Middle compartment: 10.5 L or 641 CI
Front pocket: 3.5 L or 214 CI
Sun Glasses pocket: .5 L or 3 CI
Total volume: 29.5 L or 1800 CI

  • Size:

We have received all of our inventory this season. If your size is out of stock, please check with a local retailer.

  • Main Pocket & Secondary Pockets: Both feature two interior bellowed storage pockets for gear protection.

  • Top Zippered Pocket: With internal zippered pocket capable of carrying all kinds of essentials.

  • YKK® Aquaguard Water-Resistant Zippers: In addition to the RF-Welded bottom and side and TPU-coated 450D polyester textile makes this pack a waterfowler's go-to.



Why We Made This

Waterfowlers carry way too much gear into the marsh and then into an already cramped blind. Our design for the Full Choke pack was to create an organization vault with enhanced water resistance and concealment. If you can’t fit everything you need in this bag, you should probably take up golf.

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Mark Kirsten
Reviewed On 11/06/2019

This is a really well thought out pack. It stores an immense amount of gear and still is able to lay relatively flat and take up much less space than other waterfowl backpacks. I really like the multitude f interior pockets which keep things organized and snug.

The material is very much waterproof and keeps stuff bone dry (barring you remember to zip it up in a rain flurry). The straps are thick and heavy duty and look to be made to last. I have used this pack for hiking even outside of duck season.

Christopher Wagner
Reviewed On 11/04/2019

plenty of room to store all the things you need to keep dry, extra shells, calls, clothes. i fill this thing up with food, extra clothes, calls and personal info and i just through it into the bottom of my boat and blind and i never had anything get wet. the waist straps can come off if you don't need them and a carry handle on the side for easy of carry and dont have to shoulder it to move

John Stephens | Photos By Steven Drake - 09.25.2019

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