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Easton Pro Tour Recurve Pack

SKU# 2070374

Regular Price: $119.99

Special Price: $99.99

16% OFF

Item # 2070374

Catalog Page # 290

Easton Pro Tour Recurve Pack
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Easton Sports, Inc.

Regular Price: $119.99

Special Price: $99.99

16% OFF

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Product Description
Product Description
• Three oversized external accessory pockets
• Removable gear folder
• Removable riser/limb case
• Integrated quick-access rain cover
• Easy-access stabilizer storage
• External tri-pod/spotting scope storage
• Individual storage for stabilizers, arrows, limbs, and other accessories
• Arrow tube not included
• 27” wide x 12.5” high x 7.5” deep

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Not bad however.... Review by Stephen Hymer
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Really great storage space for extra kit, tools, riser and limbs. Comfortable to wear and you can get two bows in the main compartment. However, the limb and riser bag is ever so slightly and a seme ended up breaking a seem holding the zipper in place and I had to take it into the taylor. A few other threads have appeared but don't seem to have effected its integrity. Overall nice product, but build quality could be better.

(Posted on 11/13/15)

Disappointed Review by Jacky
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I got this backpack last december. I am pretty disappointed by the construction quality. The bag is very soft and doesnt protect the bow well. Because it is very bulky, it can be difficult to move when on your back. I decided to change for legend protour and I am very happy of that decision.

(Posted on 2/17/14)

Nice bag, but not for long limbs or a 27" riser Review by Oxford shooter
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I bought this bag almost a year ago, when I first got my 27" Hoyt HPX riser. While I can wedge my long limbs and my riser into the bag itself, I can't fit either into the protective inner bags. They stick out by a couple of inches. Not a huge deal, but when you pay this much for a bag (and that much for the HPX and the F4 limbs), you'd like everything to zip in nice and snug. Another consideration is the bulk of the bag unloaded. It is well-padded, and your equipment, once you get it inside, is well-protected. But that padding comes at a price. I travel with my bow overseas quite a bit, and I pack it in my hard case. I would like to bring my Easton backpack along, too, but it's not the kind of thing you want to trust to the baggage handlers (if you still want your straps connected at the other end of the flight). Ideally, I'd like to roll it up and put it inside my checked baggage, but it's so big and bulky, it won't fit inside even a large suitcase. A couple of months ago, I saw the Hoyt Formula bag in person, and I really like it. It's big enough to fit my riser, limbs and accessories, but not so ridiculously over-padded that I can't roll it up tight into a carry on. Alternatively, I can pack an overnight change of clothes in the Hoyt bag and use it as a carry-on. The Easton bag is too big and bulky to be used as a carry-on for most air carriers.

(Posted on 3/15/13)

Nice bag, but not for long limbs or a 27" riser Review by Oxford shooter
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I bought this bag almost a year ago, when I first got my 27" Hoyt HPX riser. While I can wedge my long limbs and my riser into the bag itself, I can't fit either into the protective inner bags. They stick out by a couple of inches. Not a huge deal, but when you pay this much for a bag (and that much for the HPX and the F4 limbs), you'd like everything to zip in nice and snug. Another consideration is the bulk of the bag unloaded. It is well-padded, and your equipment, once you get it inside, is well-protected. But that padding comes at a price. I travel with my bow overseas quite a bit, and I pack it in my hard case. I would like to bring my Easton backpack along, too, but it's not the kind of thing you want to trust to the baggage handlers (if you still want your straps connected at the other end of the flight). Ideally, I'd like to roll it up and put it inside my checked baggage, but it's so big and bulky, it won't fit inside even a large suitcase. A couple of months ago, I saw the Hoyt Formula bag in person, and I really like it. It's big enough to fit my riser, limbs and accessories, but not so ridiculously over-padded that I can't roll it up tight into a carry on. Alternatively, I can pack an overnight change of clothes in the Hoyt bag and use it as a carry-on. The Easton bag is too big and bulky to be used as a carry-on for most air carriers.

(Posted on 3/15/13)

Great product Review by Joe B
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Great case with plenty of storage. Holds everthing I have and all my spare parts.
Seems to be good quality.

(Posted on 2/25/13)

Awesome Product. I am 100% Happy with it. Glad I bought it. Review by Mark Janzen
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I can pack all my gear into it and go out to the range or put it in my trunk. I can take up to 2 bows with limbs in the case and the gear folder is a huge bonus. Lots of room for everything, stabilizer storage is brilliant. Comes with a rain cover. My only problem was that I found the straps on the pack could have been a little longer for my liking. It all fits but some more play would have been nice even in the chest strap as well. I am glad I bought it.

(Posted on 3/24/12)

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