Mossy Oak debuts new Dieback Thigh Rig for hunters

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The Dieback Thigh Rig replaces fanny pack style bags for a more tactical look. (Photo: Mossy Oak)

Mossy Oak borrows from the styles of the tactical world to deliver the new Dieback Thigh Rig designed for hunters who wish to forgo fanny pack style bags.

The Dieback Thigh Rig fits onto the hips of hunters, providing space for essentials without the added bulk of large packs. The Dieback attaches via buckle around the waist and thigh, sitting atop the leg where it can be easily and quickly accessed.

The thigh rig touts a zippered rear pocket to store a full-sized handgun, while the main pocket includes four mesh dividers. The dividers organize multi-tools, flashlights, carcass tags as well as other personal items. MOLLE webbing along the outside of the bag offers additional storage capabilities for MOLLE compatible accessories.

Though the Dieback is designed to be worn on the hip, it also doubles as a sling bag should the need arise.

“Quite simply, the Dieback is meant to be the anti-fanny pack,” said Mossy Oak Hunting Accessories Brand Director Mike Jones in a statement. “For many hunters, larger, bulkier packs are overkill, and we wanted to create a unique solution for the minimalist who historically has worn a lumbar style pack. Often there are only a handful of key items a hunter needs, and the Dieback is able to store all of them without the excess weight and bulk.”

Featuring a height of 11-inches, width at 8-inches and a diameter of 5.5-inches, the Dieback Thigh Rig is priced at $19.99.

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