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    If it goes Boom; I'm there faregame's Avatar
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    Badlands Monster Fanny Pack

    Near New Condition - hardly a mark on it

    $150 plus courier

    Badlands Lifetime Warranty

    1100 (18 Litres) cubic inch large capacity fanny pack with delron flex frame and shoulder straps with built in hydration system
    Adjustable shoulder straps with built in hydration system holder
    Ergonomic molded foam waist belt


    The Monster is Badlands' best selling fanny pack. The Delron flex-frame prevents the fanny load from sagging backwards and the adjustable shoulder straps keeps a heavy load from creeping down below the hip bones. It is the perfect pack for sweat-free hunting in warmer conditions. It is covered by the famous Badlands warranty: "We will fix it for free forever. We don't care if you bought it at a second-hand store, and if we can't fix it, we will replace it.

    Badlands Monster Fanny Pack:
    Lightweight,
    1,100 cu in (18 litres)
    4 compartments
    4 pockets
    Adjustable shoulder straps
    Lifetime warranty

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    $140 Delivered to Whangaparaoa. PM me
    70ml of 90deg C water pressurised through 13g of roasted finely ground tamped coffee for 25sec's to make a distinguishing sensory hit called a Double Shot

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    My fannys not that big?
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Clearly to seeing a monster then!!!

    Haha

    Sold

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    Dnt need it but would give u a Hundy for it just to have it

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    How do you rate these faregame? Pro's and cons? Having been thinking about getting one of these or a similar brand or even the twin needle one.

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    @jackson21 I've got one and they go alright. Definitely enough space for a full day/night's kit, and you can strap things on to the bottom like your rolled up jacket or even a small tent. Good over summer as you don't get a sweaty back!
    A little bulky if you fill it to the brim but pretty damn comfortable and it stays in place well, especially with the shoulder straps.

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    I like them - good for a walk around day pack - much better than just a belt bag that keeps falling down
    Carries a lot of stuff
    Strap stuff underneath as well

    I'm actually going to get a twin needle version - I like the modular aspect a lot - can use that for work as well
    Plus hunting now is a bit more in and out of vehicles - can leave the twin needle On and sit in truck easy -
    Yet still carry radio, drink - bit of other gear etc

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    Still around?

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    Twinneedle one's are awesome!

    I love my hunters belt, haven't found a need to use the shoulder harness with it and it all brevet slides down.

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    It's sold already

    Brevet? @Nibblet

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    The badlands bum bags are awesome. I like having a none-sweaty back and the straps do the business.

    I felt those two "inner" pockets were not much use without a proper fastening system (I'll get around to it one day) and I put a knot under the back strap as the clip inside the pack didn't seem to hold it tight under load

    But, I love the freedom it gives me and it can sit in the truck ready to use as required

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    Does anyone make a waistbelt/ bum bag which has roll up shoulder straps attached to a full pack to put boned out meat in? No sweaty back unless u are caryyig meat

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    I've got a badlands monster, its the shizz for dayhunts, whether I'm deer hunting or collecting rabbit meat for the neighbors puss.
    Why do people that can't take advice, insist on giving it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 223nut View Post
    Does anyone make a waistbelt/ bum bag which has roll up shoulder straps attached to a full pack to put boned out meat in? No sweaty back unless u are caryyig meat
    Alpsoutdoors make what you are looking for. I don't know nz outlets though
    Forgotmaboltagain

 

 

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