Markhor Impala 18L Backpack – Realtree Xtra

Markhor’s collection of backpacks are created and developed in France by Jean Pierre Mateo. Production is entrusted to the best specialised factories each in their field and has been a well known brand for hunting backpacks for many years. The Markhor’s Impala backpack 18L is a lightweight and compact design, that’s been designed with practicality and comfort in mind. The hunting backpack is equipped with a comfortable back and features high-density foam covered with a 3D honeycomb mesh that whicks away perspiration and shapes to the hunters back for great comfort. to wick away moisture in warmer climates. This bag is ideal for hunting in warm weather and is Read More

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Date: August 10, 2016

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Bowhunting Balearic Boc In Majorca

High in the Balearean mountains of Majorca, Ian Harford is on the hunt for one of the most favoured species on the island…Boc! Wearing Read More

Date: July 9, 2016

Markhor Monteria Sale at Team Wild Outfitters

Team Wild Outfitters has announced a great discount on the popular Markhor Monteria EVO II backpack, on sale now for £73.09! This 28 litre Read More

Date: May 6, 2014

New Season, New Range – Markhor Ibex Evo III Backpack

Markhor have updated the popular Ibex EVO backpack for Summer 2014. The Ibex Evo III is an innovative backpack designed to carry quarry with Read More

Date: May 3, 2014

Markhor Monteria Evo II Backpack Review

When the Team Wild boys are out trekking the globe on their hunting adventures, it pays to head out into the field fully prepared Read More

Date: September 12, 2013

Markhor Backpacks

The Markhor collection of Backpacks have been designed and created in France by avid hunter and Vice President of the Departmental Association of Big Read More

Date: August 30, 2013

The Markhor Ungava Evo II Waist Pack in Realtree AP

Carrying on with the ‘carrying’ theme we take a look at the Markhor Ungava. Backpacks and carrying kits are often overlooked, but the serious Read More

Date: June 7, 2013