Cabela's Alaskan Guide - External Frame
Jared Bloomgren ("J-Rod")
As backcountry hunters we are always looking for the best way to get our animals out of the rough terrain in which we hunt them. We look for improved gear and anything that will make the job of packing out more comfortable. The backpack you choose to wear is vitally important.
Eberlestock Just One Packs.
Here on Rokslide, we often discuss the super-packs available from Kifaru, Kuiu, and Mystery Ranch. This is for a good reason. These packs have great features including the best fabrics, worksmanship, suspension, and ingenious utility-oriented features.
By Aron Snyder
5lbs 12oz’s (6000)
4lbs 9 oz's (3000)
It seems that the design intent for the Icon was simple… bring an alpine mountaineering pack to the hunting market that is very backcountry hunter friendly and functional. In order to do this, a few things needed to be accomplished.
By Luke Moffat
It is no coincidence that more Alaskan guides use the Barney's pack frame than any other pack. In fact, I'd be willing to bet that more animals have hitched a ride in a Barney's pack out of the Alaskan backcountry in the past 25 years than in any other pack on the market.