Sumpter Frame Pack

Finally, the frame pack of a whitetail hunter’s dream…The Sumpter pack was designed for remote access mobile hunting. Designed from the popular base of our C.A.Y.S Pack, the Sumpter expands it’s use beyond a saddle hunting pack with a sturdy ultralight internal aluminum frame. This provides a more sturdy platform to haul saddle hunting gear in, and meat out! Besides offering a rifle/bow scabbard, the pack contains aMeat Sling that deploys up and over the pack offering a shelf to haul with. Comfort was a top priority in this pack’s build, with an adjustable torso length (16-19”) and a solid one-piece breathable back panel. The pack is a solid choice for filming hunts or western day hunts, offering 19 total pockets, camera arm/tripod sleeves, and 2600 total cubic inches of space. If you have been waiting for a more rigid, more robust, and more capable saddle gear and meat hauling pack for whitetails, this is it. 

  • Ultralight Internal Aluminum Frame

  • Bow/Rifle Scabbard 

  •  Meat Sling with G Hooks - Ties into Frame Loops

  • 2600 cubic

  • Saddle Platform Pouch

  • Dedicated Cinch Straps On Sides and Bottom for Sticks/Gear

  • Camera Arm/Tripod Sleeves

  • Molded Top Grab Handle/Hanger

  • 19 Total Pockets

  • Adjustable Torso for Customized Fit 16-19”

  • Breathable Solid One Piece Padded Shoulder Straps and Back Panel 

  • Molle on Hip Wing/Strap

  • Material:  Durable Lightweight Nylon Fabric

  • Weight: 5 lbs 15 oz

Customer Reviews

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Spencer Reynolds
The best backpack out there

The meat pack out is unlike any other backpack. If you are packing out whitetail deer this is the pack.

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Kevin B.
Supportive pack!

I prefer this pack over the cays because it has more adjustability on the suspension. For self filming this pack has plenty of room for my camera arm, main and second cam along with the other gear I need. I'm able to hang my platform and sticks on the pack and for late season I also used the meat strap to add my heavy jacket and bibs

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John Venier
Good pack

Only used it a few times so far but everything seems sturdy. The only downfall I have it is the zipper ropes. Trophyline needs to upgrade these on all their packs. The rubber piece comes off very easy.

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Ed M
Nice pack .....With some flaws

I usually wait some time to review any items that will show their weaknesses after some use. That said I have about 50 hunts logged with this pack since purchase. I can get my saddle, knee pads, ropes, call/first aid bag, H20 etc. in nicely. Try putting any extra layers (at this time of the year...December) is a struggle, The top of the pack really needs a few extra inches in length at the top. (see pic). The sternum strap has been useless since purchase. I have a 46 inch chest and with only a sweatshirt on it is a struggle to breathe with the strap in place. I agree with Nick P's comment about noise from straps under tension while walking. It started about 20 hunts ago. Somewhat Unsat. Recently the frame has blown through the bottom of the pack. Is getting caught on clothing etc. I will be cutting/filing the end. Would buy again (and pay a bit more) with changes.

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K.K.
Sumpter frame pack

I have back problems and this is the first backpack I used that I not in excruciating pain this things just the s***!
I can pack All my climbing sticks my platform I can put extra clothing underneath it anything I need to do.
It's also extremely well built and and very durable I've put this backpack through hell now for about two seasons and it still looks like it was brand new.
This backpack goes with me everywhere I go no matter what type of hunting whether I'm in my tree saddle or going to a tree stand.
I can pack anything I need to pack I can have you hands-free I can have my bow on there all of my climbing gear and I can walk miles I might not get there fast cuz I'm old but this thing is just bomb