Some folks look at their horoscope…
Smart folks look to Blacks Creek for the “Answer”.
At 2,000 cubic inches the “Answer” is the most versatile pack in our line. It’s not to big and not to small. Most hard core Western big game hunters appreciate the size and love the fact that they don’t have to sacrifice the ability to haul giant payloads because it’s attached to the “Grip” frame. It makes for the perfect day pack however has the ability to transform into the overnighter if needed. If you’re looking for one pack that can do just about anything then the you’re looking for the “Answer”.
– 2,000 Cubic Inches
– 7.5 lbs
– 1,000D Cordura or 3 layer Tricot fabric construction
– Military grade hardware
– YKK zippers
– 9 pockets
– Internal optics pocket
– Main compartment access in front
– 6 compression straps
– Expandable side water bottle pockets
INCLUDES “GRIP” FRAME
– See “Grip” frame for details
– Bow / gun boot
This Item Is Available in the following configurations
Carries a gun or a bow
Each one of our Remedy 7 packs share the gun/bow boot feature. It quickly attaches to the outside of the pack using two 3/4” buckles. It features another 3/4” strap and buckle to secure the limb of your bow in place. This strap can also be threaded between your gun stock and sling for added security. When not in use the boot can be detached and stored away inside one of the many pockets on the pack.
Rip Zip Access
The main compartment of the “Answer” is very easy to access. Unlatch the bottom two buckles that secure the lid and pull the center of the lid straight back towards the frame. Both side zippers will travel up and backwards opening the main compartment. To open the main compartment further, unlatch the single buckle that secures the face of the pack to the back. Then pull straight down and both side zippers will travel downward opening the entire face of the pack. This makes gaining access to your items quick and easy.
Expandable Water Bottle Pockets
We designed these pockets with the hunter in mind. They expand in and out for good reason. Not everyone carries a water bottle or two at the same time. When the pocket is not in use it can be zipped shut to keep it out of the way. If it’s not being used to carry a water bottle then it is tough enough to hold larger items like the legs of a tripod when attaching it to the side of the pack. This will keep the tripod from slipping downward and help keep it snug against the pack.
Expandable Optics Pocket
More and more western big game hunters are requesting that their packs have a method of carrying a spotting scope. We’ve incorporated an optics pocket inside the main compartment on the center panel. This panel unzips and folds down exposing the top of the pocket. When not in use the pocket lays flat and out of the way by zipping it shut. Unzip the pocket and open the draw string top closure when you need to use it. This pocket fits most compact spotting scope designs.
Bottom External Zipper Pocket
This pocket is a flat pocket and is best used to store thinner items such as knives, extra blades, bone saws, or even maps and a GPS. The location of this pocket is easy to get to and uses two YKK zipper pulls with Possum Tails.
3 Ltr Hydration Pocket
The “Answer” is equipped with an internal hydration pocket capable of excepting a 3ltr bladder. The top of the pocket includes a webbing loop for tying your bladder off to keep it from sagging.
Storage and Organization
Organizing your gear is crucial when preparing for any hunt. Understanding where everything is helps you get to your gear quickly. It also helps you keep track of your gear. You’ll instantly know when something is out of place and may have been left behind when your gear is neatly organized. The “Answer” includes ample storage space for most day hunts and even an overnight stay or two. We have divided this space up into nine pockets, both internal and external.
Detachable “Grip” Frame
Just like several of the Remedy 7 pack designs the “Answer” attaches to the ”Grip” frame. The bag attaches to the frame by using two large toothed zippers on either side of the pack. Once the bag is removed, the frame can then be used separately to haul loads or coupled together with the “Answer” bag by using the six buckles provided to fasten the bag around the load on the “Grip” frame.