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The larger style of our waterfowl collection adds a few more features to the Half Choke model. The Full choke provides extra pocketing on the front and more organization for the small stuff. The handles are padded for more support. Just like its little brother, the bottom and sides are taped seams with durable nylon fabric. For flooded timber, clip this pack to a tree with the webbing on top.
"The Full Choke is the perfect waterfowl pack. I can get almost two and a half boxes of shells, calls, an extra set of gloves, socks and still have plenty of room to store all the extras I may need. The best thing about the Full Choke is that it fits perfectly behind the backrest of a layout blind, leaving your arms unimpeded when you shoulder your shotgun."
—Matt Brimmer, Waterfowl Athlete
INTENDED USE: Full Day Shoots
At 1700 cubic inches, the full choke is engineered for those refuge rats and all day extraordinaires that require the space. The Full Choke offers the functionality of a traditional shell bag with the ability to shoulder or carry a mornings worth of gear and/or a limit of birds. Stuff your thermos of coffee in or safely store extra shells....this pack does it all.
VOLUME 1700 Cubic Inches
TECHNOLOGY Durable Water Repellent Finish
FABRIC DETAILS Polyester Woven and Nylon Woven
WATERFOWL The best waterfowl hunting can take place in the worst weather. Armed with this understanding, we developed systems centered around the most effective outerwear fabric technologies available and worked our way in. Insulating layers were designed to maximize warmth with minimal bulk to enable rapid mounting of a shotgun and fluid swings. Like all Sitka systems, next-to-skin moisture management is key to the functionality of all system pieces and are essential for maximized comfort. The GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Waterfowl pattern utilized is optimized for typical approach vectors and has factored in the constant movement of ducks and geese as well as the unique eye physiology of waterfowl. Concealment, mobility, and weather protection build the foundation. This is how we define Waterfowl.