Plano, IL (September 29, 2017) – Hunters striking out for their favorite stand or blind often travel light. Grunt call, flashlight, knife, rangefinder, ammo, wallet, keys, smartphone, bottle of water, snack and perhaps an extra set of gloves; these are the kinds of essential items that get the nod

Anyone frequently heading out for morning or afternoon hunts will be thrilled to discover the new Tenzing TX 7.2 Waist Pack. This pint-sized powerhouse waist-pack design has room to spare, with additional, clever features that make it the ideal pack option for localized sits on stand.

With a breathable mesh waist, padded hip panels and a highly adjustable waist belt system, the 1-lb 8-oz TX 7.2 is designed to be worn as an unobtrusive fanny pack while traveling to or from the field.  Once its wearer settles into the stand, the versatile pack can be quickly and easily repositioned to the front to keep contents immediately accessible and make use of the plush, built-in muff as a convenient and cozy place for cold hands.  The design of the new TX 7.2 also makes it a premier option for anyone who hunts from a wheelchair.

Available in stealthy Realtree Xtra camouflage, the TX 7.2 excels at storing small items inside its 11 total compartments and pockets that might otherwise get lost inside larger packs.  There’s a place for everything within its 500 total cubic inches of capacity, starting with the hunter’s smartphone.  A clear pocket inside the top flap of the main compartment allows for smartphone operation without ever removing it from the pack.  Open-topped side compartments secure with adjustable bungees and are ideal for rangefinders, binoculars or water bottles, while the pack’s zippered main and face compartments are great places for other larger items like calls, knives, gloves and ammunition. Seven internal pockets keep small items well organized and accessible inside.

Additional features on the new TX 7.2 Waist Pack include a super soft tricot material that makes the pack extremely quiet to wear and use, as well as the quietest and most reliable zippers and ergonomic, failsafe pulls in the industry. As with all Tenzing packs, access to the TX 7.2’s main compartment comes via a color-coded yellow zipper, and the pack’s exterior features the signature yellow Tenzing daisy chain for easy attachment of extra gear and accessories. Best of all, this efficient and hardworking pack has a surprisingly low price tag under $80.


  • Realtree Xtra (SKU #961900)
  • Built-in hand muff with side zipper access
  • Cell phone pocket on top lid for easy operation and access
  • Oversized, yellow-coded main compartment zipper pulls
  • Ergonomic padded double adjustable waist belt (26″-40″)
  • Channeled, air-cooled back pad
  • Ultra-soft and quiet tricot fabric
  • Backed by Tenzing’s Limited Lifetime Warranty


  • Total of two compartments, two side pockets and seven organization pockets
  • 500 Total ASTM Cubic Inches
  • 1 lb. 8 oz. Total Weight
  • Main Compartment: 7.5” x 12” x 4”
  • Face Compartment: 5.5” x 9.5” x 2”
  • Side Pockets (2): 5” x 4.5” x 2.5”
  • Hand Muff: 7.5” x 12” x 4”

MSRP $79.99

Traveling light shouldn’t mean unprepared or uncomfortable.  For times when a minimalist approach is the right one, take along the new Tenzing TX 7.2 Waist Pack.  You’ll be surprised by what’s inside. It’s one of six exciting hunting daypack designs in Tenzing’s affordable, all-new TX Series.

About Steve Sheetz (1067 Articles)
Steve is an avid outdoorsman who has been fortunate enough to publish two books on archery hunting. His first book, For the Love of the Hunt, was published in 2011. His second book, Wading Through the Darkness will be published in 2015. Steve sits on numerous Pro Staffs throughout the archery industry. For almost a decade Steve helped build, but wanted the opportunity to build something bigger and better and launched in December of 2014 as a way to share his love and passion for the outdoors. Today Chasin'Whitetails Media is growing. With the addition of the a radio show in 2014 and a The Heartbeat TV show in 2015, who knows what will come his way next. When it comes to understanding the movement and logic of the urban whitetail and waterfowl, he is more than just a PHD with a love of the outdoors. He is a self proclaimed expert who loves to engage and teach others about the sport he loves so very much. Spending over 125 days a year in the big city woods and urban waterways chasing all types of game.

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