Product Spotlight: Tenzing Turkey Vest/Chair


A turkey vest should work like a carpenter’s tool belt, carrying the tools a turkey craftsman needs so they can be accessed and used without looking. Tenzing packs are built on decades of outdoor packing experience, so it’s only logical that they take their creative carrying methods into the turkey woods. This vest has specific pockets for the most commonly used calls, a seat pad to smooth out the rocks, and a unique feature that will turn it into a chair, an excellent feature when there’s no large tree trunk to sit against. Here’s the information from the manufacturer.

Weighing in at just over two-pounds, the TZ TV14 turkey vest fits like a pack, courtesy of adjustable pack-style shoulder straps, which ensure a comfortable fit against any hunter’s torso. A channeled, air-cooled back pad lends additional comfort to the wearer while walking, running, gunning or sitting on the integral, fold-down, padded seat. The seat deploys and stows simply, securely and instantly thanks to its silent, magnetic fasteners.

tp14_1[1] Once seated, turkey hunters can call ‘em closer or wait ‘em out with a minimal movement, as the TZ TV14 is engineered for complete comfort and places every turkey hunting tool within easy reach. Calls, shells and other items stay organized and readily accessible in a network of specialized pockets, including dedicated places for box calls, slates, strikers, diaphragm calls, shells and more. Don’t forget the camera, either, for that hard-earned grip-and-grin; the TZ TV14 has room. A total capacity of 1700 cubic inches ensures ample space inside for decoys, snacks, choke tubes, water bottles and more. The TZ TV14 is available in Realtree Xtra or Mossy Oak Obsession, providing critical defense against a gobbler’s eyesight in any setting. Check for more details.

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Joe Byers
Joe Byers has more than 1,000 magazine articles in print and is currently a field editor with Whitetail Journal, Predator Xtreme, Whitetails Unlimited, Crossbow Revolution, and African Hunting Journal magazines. He’s spent the last three decades depicting the thrill of the chase and photographing the majesty of all things wild. Byers is a member of the Professional Outdoor Media Association and numerous other professional and conservation organizations.