If you are looking for the best deer hunting backpacks from Cabela’s, make it one of these.
Deer season is fast upon us, but there is still plenty of time to get all the things you need to make this season a success. One of the most overlooked deer hunting items, but also one of the most essential, are great deer hunting backpacks.
The following list of deer hunting backpacks are all available from Cabela’s. Several different brands will be represented and each one has their own unique capabilities and features that might fit your individual hunting needs.
Click on each pack in this list of the 10 best deer hunting backpacks and see what stands out to you. No matter what decision you make on which backpack to purchase, either way, you will be glad you did.
10. Cabela’s Elite Scout Hunting Pack
This back boasts a nice suspension system, too. For $134.99, it’s one heck of a buy.
9. Tenzing 2220 Day Pack – Realtree XTRA®
With a price tag of $209.99, this backpack is for the serious hunter. However, you get what you pay for.
This pack will support a gun or bow with a ton of pockets and even has a two-liter hydration reservoir for water. All and all, the Tenzing 2220 could be one of the last packs you ever buy.
8. Eberlestock X-2 Hunting Pack
Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars on Cabela’s site, costing $199.00, give this pack serious consideration.
7. Badlands Treestand Day Pack
If you know anything about hunting backpacks, then you know all about Badlands. They make some of the best packs on the market, hands down.
This specific pack is designed to be your new favorite pack for a treestand. Loops built into it hang from limbs and tons of pockets will handle all your gear. You can find this pack for $169.99.
6. Cabela’s Hybrid Hunter Pack
So maybe you don’t like a full blown hunting back? Well, Cabela’s has a solution for you.
This pack is convertible from a lumbar pack to hybrid style backpack without sacrificing on space. Despite the odd look, this pack can carry more than other full sizes packs.
This pack will cost you $149.99.
5. Easton® Fullbore XT 5600 Pack
Easton breaks into the top five with a pack that is more than just a day pack. This backpack can be converted into a multi-day pack going from carrying 1,200 cubic inches to an incredible 5,600 cubic inches in a snap.
This is the pack you want when you plan on being gone for a while. Cabela’s has it for $224.99.
4. Badlands Recon Day Pack
The Recon Day Pack is a pack that you can take anywhere. It’s incredibly ultra-lightweight and very durable. This is the perfect pack to take with you up a tree or chase deer up hills no matter where you are.
For $149.99, this pack is a steal.
3. Cabela’s Instinct™ Fast Tracker 40L Pack
A large interior has been built to pack out meat, but still remains small enough that you could take it turkey hunting with minimal gear.
At $229.99, it crosses a buying hurdle at $200, but it would be an investment you will be proud of.
2. Badlands Point Day Pack
However, unlike other packs, this pack has no frills, no specials, and no sizzle. This pack just gets the job done for whatever you can throw at it. If you break it, you get another one for free. This pack will carry a rifle or bow, as well as your hunting dreams.
Find it for $199.99.
1. Badlands 2200 Pack
Here you go! And the winner is…..Badlands! Yet again, as mentioned already, Badlands makes the best packs on the market. If you want to get your hands on one of the best hunting backpacks on the planet, look like here. The 2200 pack has science all behind it. As seen on on Cabela’s:
The lightweight internal T-6 aircraft-aluminum frame effectively transfers weight off the back and shoulders and onto the hips. Ergonomic molded-foam suspension fits the contours of your body.
You can wear this pack all day, bring whatever you want, and have it for the rest of your life. For $279.99, you deserve it. Case closed.
Any one of these packs from Cabela’s on this top 10 will serve a great purpose. No matter what you choose, just make sure it works out best for what you need and your situations.
However, if you couldn’t tell by the list, Badlands might be a good place to start.