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Big Carl Pack Hanger

$8.00$14.00

The original device will hang your pack on a tree so it stays off the ground and is accessible.  It is 6 foot long Zing-it and has a locked Brummel on one end and a Titanium Dutch Hook on the other.  It is completely adjustable and will fit almost and size tree.   Weighs just 3.8 grams

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The original device will hang your pack on a tree so it stays off the ground and is accessible.  It is 6 foot long Zing-it and has a locked Brummel on one end and a Titanium Dutch Hook on the other.  It is completely adjustable and will fit almost and size tree.   Weighs just 3.8 grams

 

Big Big Carl Pack Hanger

This can be used as a suspension extension.  It is 6 foot long 7/64 Amsteel and has a locked Brummel on the one end and a Titanium Whoopie Hook on the other.  It is completely adjustable.  Weighs 14 grams

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SKU DUT023

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  1. paydnaugustine

    5 out of 5 The envy of my trail buddies!

    paydnaugustine (verified owner)

    I’ve had the Big Carl for quite a while but was just recently able to give it a real solid test run, and it worked great! My pack was running about 36lbs and the hanger worked perfectly. It’s really easy to set up, just toss the string around the tree, hook in, and put you pack on your knee while you string it up. It sags just a little when you first hang it, maybe an inch or two, so that’s something to compensate for; but once that initial sag is done, the pack held steady the entire night, even with me going through it and stuffing stuff into it the next morning.

    It’s a luxury item for sure, but it adds that extra bit of comfort that makes working in camp feel a lot more efficient. All the guys I went backpacking with were quite envious to say the least hahaha.

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