Warn’s Modular Cordura Trail Packs Are Made For 4×4 Overlanding

Sep 18, 2019

Category: Gear

Taking the lead in crafting tough and innovative off-road products since 1948, including their popular winches, Warn is a proven producer of quality gear. That’s why we were ecstatic that the company dropped the Warn Epic Trail Collection for bold pioneers looking for hardwearing carriers.

There are a total of six packs and bags in the collection, including a backpack, duffle, and tool roll organizer. All of them have modular designs with MOLLE compatible PALS webbing, so you can customize the way you access the compartments and carry the packs. The highlight of the bunch is the Epic Modular Duffle, which is made from 600D Cordura nylon and heavy-duty vinyl. It has a dual-compartment design with a removable divider, double-weave handles, D rings, and two accessory pouches. Whether you’re heading out into the wild for the weekend or going on a one-day hike, these packs and pouches will help you prevail in the backcountry. The entire Warn Epic Trail Collection is available now, starting at $30.

Purchase: $30+

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