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Crib Load Panel

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

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The Crib Load panel replaces both the meat shelf and load panel that we have had in the past.  The Crib is an extremely versatile, lightweight and simple to use accessory for hauling just about anything you can throw at it.

  • Extremely versatile panel for hauling extra gear, meat, horns, etc
  • Can be ran as a beavertail around the bag and underneath the lid
  • Can be left, connected in between the bag and frame ready when you need it
  • Can be ran with the Slurpy Stalker and lid
  • Connects to the top of the K² Titanium frame with (2) 1″ G-Hooks
  • Ideal for hauling awkward loads like boned out meat
  • Keeps meat and heavy items up off the bottom of the pack for optimal weight distribution and comfort
  • Adjustable up and down 8″
  • Dimensions: 24″ x 8″
  • Weighs: 5.5oz

 

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Travis

    Can this be mounted to the old frame? I have one but I have the old frame forgot to check when I bought it I like the product looks great.

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  2. 5 out of 5

    Michael May (verified owner)

    The load crib panel is a must have in my book. It is great to be able to put the load where you want it and lock it down. I origanaly bought it for loading sandbags for Train to Hunt but it impressed me so much that it is a perminat fixture on my packs. It folds up nice and stays between the pack and frame until it is needed. This thing is tough too. Holding up to many 60# sandbag runs!

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Tim Semadeni

    I bought this to go along with my 3500 pack. So glad I did. I read a review that recommended it. I attached it and had it ready under the bag itself. I never did haul meat in the bag but I can vouch for the load crib, can’t say I’d carry a heavy load without it. I love how you can adjust where the load is on your back, how you can cinch it close to your back and make good with heavy loads. I hauled 80 lbs with ease. It may be heavy but it wasn’t uncomfortable! I agree with the previous reviews, I would highly recommend adding this to your purchase!

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  4. 5 out of 5

    Evan Porter

    Talk about an awesome accessory. I used the load crib this last week packing out my archery bull. I was able to get the first load, both front shoulders, between the bag and the frame. I then dumped the bag and lid at my truck, took off with the slurpy stalker and load crib and went back in lighter than ever. Once I got back in for the second load I was able to secure it in record time, high and tight, and was on my way to the truck in minutes. There is no replacement for the versatility of these packs and the innovative accessories that the folks at Exo have come up with.

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  5. 5 out of 5

    Trent (verified owner)

    If you are going to pick up one accessory for your Exo the new Crib Load Panel is a must. I keep my Crib mounted to my k2 frame. I was fortunate to pack out two elk this fall and used the crib to keep the meat high on the frame even while I had the bag sandwiching the meat to the frame. After the first load out I dumped my bag and went back with just the k2 frame, crib and water. Loaded up the next load again using the crib to keep the meat high and off my lower back. The crib attaches into the middle of the frame with the height being adjustable. The top two straps secure tightly to the top of the frame allowing you to pull the meat tight to the frame. I won’t take my Exo out into the field without the crib panel. Trent Lowe – Team3t

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  6. 5 out of 5

    Clay (verified owner)

    I like it. Could use a few more attachment spots on the sides like the older beaver tail has, but gets the job done.

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 in
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