Marsupial Gear: Hunting Must-Haves

February 2, 2024

iSportsman Staff

iSportsman Staff

A good day outdoors always comes down to the gear. And this is true for both hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts alike. With spring turkey right around the corner and a lot of opportunities for run-and-gun days outdoors, iSportsman took a deep dive into Marsupial Gear to round up some of our top must-haves. 

The Marsupial Gear Binocular Chest Pack

Marsupial GearOf course, we must start the product run-down with what Marsupial Gear is best known for: their bino-harnesses. The binocular pack was the founding product for Marsupial Gear when they started back in 2015 and was designed to tackle a lot of frustrations, they found in other bino-harnesses products. Allowing for quick, one-handed access to optics, the Marsupial Gear bino-harness features strong neodymium magnets to secure your gear in place and allow for the harness lid to be folded out-of-the-way upon opening.

For additional security, binoculars can also be attached to quick disconnect safety straps. Made for more than just binos, the Marsupial Gear bino-harness also has a front zippered pocket, rear mesh pocket, and two elastic side pouches for additional storage. With an MSRP of $100 you can get yours via  

The Marsupial Gear Hybrid Bird System

Looking to carry more than just optics? Marsupial Gear has you covered with their Hybrid Bird System. Like the popular Featherweight Bird System, but made for bigger birds, the Hybrid Bird System is built upon Marsupial’s modular belt base that allows for customization based on your needs. Equipped with a large rear bird bag, two shotgun shell pouches, and two water bottle pouches the Hybrid Bird System allows for breathable, free moving days out in the field with plenty of storage. With an MSRP of $267 you can get yours today by following this link 

The Marsupial Kill Kit Bundle

Every sportsman wants to be prepared for more than just scouting and stalking, and with Marsupial Gear’s Kill Kit Bundle you will be. This customizable bundle comes with a large Zipperoo Pouch in blaze orange, a meat tarp, a synthetic game bag kit, four pairs of orange nitrile gloves, and 15’ black 550 paracord. The Kill Kit Bundle can be easily store in most Marsupial Gear systems or attached to the modular belt. Prepping your trip with the Kill Kit Bundle also eliminates the potential for any end-of-hunt oversight. The Marsupial Kill Kit Bundle has an MSRP of $145 and you can buy it here.

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