***Please reference the sizing guide on the sizing tab to choose the correct size.***
Why we like this product
- Expedition pack (6,408 cubic inches) paired with the new Guide Light MT Frame
- Two external long pockets for rapid access, two open-top side pockets, and the main bag big enough for week-long hunts or more
- Overload shelf located between the bag and frame allows you to haul meat out easily
- A great option for the true backcountry hunter who’s going on 7-10 hunts
- 6,408 cubic inches
- Weighs 7 lbs 1.6 oz
Warranty - Lifetime
The Marshall is on the Guide Light MT Frame and has the same SJ buckles as the Beartooth. It also comes with the new Daypack Lid and one Quick Attach Zoid Bag. The Daypack Lid functions as a normal lid, but once it is detached it can be converted into a 700 cubic inch approach backpack, perfect for use during a stalk. The Quick-Attach Zoid Bag is a 245 cubic inch storage bag that is perfect for kill kits, first aid kits, or other similar essentials. The Marshall has special attachment loops that the Quick Attach Zoid Bag attaches to, guaranteeing you can find and access that gear quickly.
The Marshall Backpack is expansive, accessible and full of surprises just like its namesake, The Bob Marshall Wilderness. Sitting on the sturdy, Guide Light MT Frame™, you can load it from the top via the shroud access, get to all your gear from the side through the full-length side zip and store a sleeping bag in the bottom Speedzip™. There are also two external long pockets for a spotting scope and other essentials that need to be readily accessible. After a long stalk and a clean shot, the Overload Shelf™ allows you to push the weight limits of what's humanly possible on a pack out. The adjustable yoke for custom torso fit allows you to fine-tune for fit and function. Week-long hunts feel like second nature when you carry the Marshall.
|26" - 32" waist*
||31" - 36" waist*
||35" - 40" waist*
|15" - 20" torso**
||15" - 20" torso**
||17" - 24" torso**
||17" - 24" torso**
*If you are in-between sizes we recommend that you size down. This will ensure that you have the ability to tighten the waist belt under a heavy load and or after having spent multiple days in the backcountry and having lost a few pounds.
**The last picture includes instructions on how to accurately measure your torso.