Chest Pack / Harness / Gear Organizer - Garmin Alpha

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1.00 LBS

This comfortable and convenient Chest Pack from Grain Valley Dog Supply is perfect for organizing your hunting gear, carrying it "hands-free", and allowing quick, easy access to everything you need on the go.

The two front pockets are nylon-lined and include a velcro flap closure. The larger front pocket is designed to hold larger VHF-UHF style radios. There’s even a convenient antenna support strap above the larger pocket which is perfect for keeping antennas in check. This strap also serves as a great place to clip many other needed items behind the large pocket (like ink pens, pocket knives, extra antennas, etc).

The smaller front pocket is perfect for your Garmin Alpha or Astro handheld, your SportDOG TEK handheld, most "radio-style" e-collar transmitters, or just about any other FRS/GPS radios.

The center mesh compartment has an elastic top that stretches to secure a 1-inch or 2-inch flashlight, a Garmin or Tri-Tronics Pro Series Transmitter, or most other "tube-style" e-collar transmitters.

Have even more to carry? The convenient side zipper opens up to a large pocket and is perfect to store extra batteries, maps, notes, snacks, keys, wallet, cell phone, spare cords or cables, knives, or whatever else you might need to tote.

Designed with comfort and functionality in mind. And because gear isn't connected to your belt, you'll love that you won't be poked by transmitters and antennas when seated.

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  • 4
    Great pack for carrying my Garmin alpha

    Posted by Matt McDonnell on Oct 17th 2016

    I would highly recommend this pack

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 7th 2016

    This complete eliminates the need to carry around a pack or stuff my pockets. It's lightweight large pockets easy to get to everything. Helps me carry everything in the summer and still stay cool. Only wish I had bought one sooner. I will never run the hounds without it again.