Slumberjack Deadfall 65 Pack & Incog Jacket
Successful Hunter|November - December 2019
A recent opportunity came up to test the Slumberjack Deadfall 65 pack and Incog jacket in the company’s Disruptive Shadow Technology (DST) camoflage pattern.
Jeremiah Polacek

They were put through a series of hunts in Arizona. The first was a deer hunt in October; the pack held everything needed for 10 days. The Deadfall 65 carried optics and tripods, along with my normal gear. The weight of the pack was just under 5 pounds when empty and 45 pounds when loaded. The gear attached quickly by using the straps and buckles, which allowed for quick setup and takedown of glassing equipment. Both pack and jacket performed very well.

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