Twin Lakes | Long Range Grass Camo


Swing your gear to the front while keeping your backpack on. The Paxis Twin Lakes backpack is a convenient backpack system that provides quick, easy access to your critical gear without the need to stop and remove the pack. Using our patented ARC Swing technology, with one quick, easy maneuver, the swing arm brings the things you need right in front of you without having to reach around, fumble, and dig in your pack.

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Access matters during those early mornings as the meadows and marshlands begin waking with the sun. Paxis has partnered with Stix & Stones to create the Twin Lakes backpack featuring Long Range Grass Camo. Whether you’re out hunting in Washington or hunting in Montana, this camouflage backpack allows you to get what you need without stopping what you’re doing. Keep your straps on, use one hand to gently pull the release handle, and the things you need swing to the front in one swift, secure motion. Accessories are available to enhance your Paxis backpack experience. The modular design and flexible configuration of our Pod Armor lets you divide your Pod exactly the way you need it. Whether you’re looking to protect your camera gear or organize your fishing gear, Paxis Pod Armor is up to the task. The Padded Cell insert is a customizable, interchangeable pick foam system that allows you to create the compartments necessary to protect your photography lenses, drone/GoPro, hunting and fishing gear, spotting scope, birding binoculars, and other sensitive equipment. The Paxis VAULT is the ultimate camera storage for photographers on-the-go. The fully customizable bag features a tough exterior to protect your gear from the elements. The interior features soft, protective material and five adjustable dividers that offer the ultimate in protection. The padded handle makes carrying the VAULT a breeze. The VAULT fits easily into the top portion of the Paxis Twin Lakes and Mt Pickett backpacks as well as many other backpacks. When you’re out hunting with dogs and it starts to rain, keep everything dry with our RainShield Gear Protection. With an elastic binding, the RainShield easily slips over any 30-liter or smaller pack to securely protect your backpack and contents from the elements. The Paxis RainShield is designed to keep your backpack dry, no matter what the weather is doing. Exterior Dimensions: 21” high, 14” wide, 9” deep Shuttle Pod Capacity: 5 lbs.

How It Works

Put the backpack on and adjust the shoulder straps and hip belt. Secure and adjust the sternum strap. The release for the Shuttle Pod is the T-handle on the right hand side of the pod. Pull the handle gently, and the pod will release and swing to the front. To lock the pod back into position, first swing the pod to the back. Using one hand on each side of the pod, gently pull the pod toward your back. You’ll hear a click when the pod locks into the latch.


  • Paxis Shuttle Pod
  • ARC Swing Technology
  • NEW One-handed Pod Operation
  • Hi-Tech Nylon Fabrics
  • Ergonomic Aluminum Frame
  • Comfort Fit Padded Back
  • Interior Computer/Tablet Pocket
  • Quick Release Waist Buckle
  • Waterproof Base
  • Free-Standing Design
  • Padded Shoulder Straps and Hip Belt
  • Ergonomically Designed, Padded and Vented Back
  • Interior Tablet Pocket
  • Two Interior Zippered Pockets
  • Soft Interior Pocket
  • High-Visibility Lining
  • Tripod / Ski / Fishing Pole Pocket Straps
  • Exterior Accessory Pocket
    • Exterior Key Pocket
    • Interior Zippered Pockets
  • Capacity: 30 liters
  • Full Pack Exterior Dimensions: 21” high, 14” wide, 9” deep
  • Shuttle Pod Capacity: 5 lbs. Max
  • Shuttle Pod Interior Dimensions: 11”W x 4.5” H x 5” D
  • Materials: Nylon face with Hi-Tech Polyethylene foam
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

About Twin Lakes

The Twin Lakes are located in Moran State Park on Orcas Island, in Washington State. They represent the splendor of hiking in the northwest. The lakes are accessible only by trails that wind you through cedars, hemlocks and Sitka spruce trees one of the largest tracts of ancient forest in the Puget Trough.

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 17 reviews
Twin Lakes swing pack

I bought this Twin Lakes pack for fishing. This pack is hands-down the best set up for walking the rivers. The swing feature and size of the pod is perfect for accessing all your boxes without having to compromise losing balance while standing in the current. My back no longer hurts after a long day on the river as opposed to using a sling pack.

Cathy and the team's customer service is second to none and they really back their customers and product. 10 stars for design and company!


I am posting this review after actively using Twin Lakes (Madrona) backpack for 13 months. Tested it in snow Sierra mountains, foggy coasts of North California and dry deserts of Nevada.
Good quality. Well done!
While swing arm adds extra weight, fast access to the pouch with my camera is priceless. No need to stop and take off the backpack. Take a quick shot and carry on.
Had a question about the product parts and Paxispax rep. (Cathy) responded right away.

 by Alex Wolf on Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
The Long Range Camo

The Swing Arm: Stay Focused.

I recently added one more pack to my backpack collection: the Paxis Long Range Camo. This one has what none of my others have, and I am very excited to recommend it: the swing arm. And after a few days of use, the results are in: it works like a champ!
For me and many of my activities, from fishing and hunting to climbing and hiking, the swing arm enables me to stay focused on the task at hand, not having to reach around, fumble, and dig for something I immediately need. One quick, easy maneuver and the swing arm brings the things I need right in front of me. Call it handy or convenient, I find the swing arm a critical "safety" feature that performs better than I expected. Spend your money on this pack. It's worth it.

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