Leupold Pro Gear Sling GO Bag

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posted on December 13, 2016
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Leupold's new line of Pro Gear is designed to allow users of Leupold's typical product fare, namely scopes, rangefinders and optics, to have a line of packs and bags that matches their lifestyle. One of the new items in the lineup is the company's Sling GO Bag.

As its name implies, the Sling Go Bag can be easily slung over the shoulder of hikers, hunters or shooters and allows them to carry everything they need for a day in the field, including a water bladder. The pack includes an inner zippered compartment that allow for the insertion of a hydration bladder, and the included utility pouch features a clear plastic cover that can be used for an easy glance at maps, dope cards or ballistic charts.

For more rugged hikes, the GO Bag features snaps that can wrap around the waist of the wearer, ensuring that the bag stays anchored in place on the body. The bag is constructed with 500 denier Nylon with a laminated backing for durability and features multiple lashing points for external gear. The design is fully ambidextrous.

The overall length of the bag is 17 inches, and it features an interior volume of 700 inches. Inside the main compartment, a mesh divider with a hook-and-loop fastener provides a spot for a tablet or notebook. The suggested retail price on the new Sling GO Bag is $168.99.

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