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Pack Out Bags-Made In Idaho

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One of our favorite times of year is the fall. As soon as the air turns crisp and the days get colder all we can think about is getting ready for the autumn hunt. There is something to be said about hiking into the woods in the dark hours of the morning to find that perfect spot to settle into. There’s this moment when you breathe in that fresh mountain air and look around, truly seeing the beauty that surrounds you. A vast array of orange, maroon, yellow, and green hues cover the forests of Idaho. As you take in that breath, you leave all the worries of day-to-day life behind you and take in the excitement of the hunt. It was on one of these mornings that our family decided to go into business together and share Pack Out Bags with others. As we talked through our ideas and thoughts on the business we decided that if we were going to do this we were going to do it right and stick to our core values.

#1-Family First! Nothing is worth breaking up the family. We will communicate and treat each other with respect and never lose site of who we are.

#2-Pack Out Bags will be a product we are proud to put our name on. They will always be made with high-quality, durable, sustainable fabric.

#3-Pack Out Bags will be made in our home state of Idaho. As we grow this company we want to provide jobs to the people within this beautiful state.

We hope others will appreciate knowing the bags they use when hunting in rugged terrain, harvesting food, or hauling heavy loads are a quality pannier bag made in Idaho.

 

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2 comments

R L K - June 24, 2013 Reply

Nice to see a product made in Idaho. How much weight can be carried in the bags?

Pack Out Bags - June 25, 2013 Reply

Thank you! The bags can carry a lot of weight. We have never maxed out what the bags can carry in regards to weight it is more what can the person wearing the pack can handle. There have been times we have carried an excess of 100lbs in the bags at one time.

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