Adventure proof packing and gear systems innovator Giant Loop has introduced the Tracker Packer ruggedized holster for the SPOT Gen3 GPS-enabled location tracker and emergency beacon. Giant Loop worked in conjunction with four-time Baja 1000 winner Quinn Cody and the Kurt Caselli Foundation to develop the Tracker Packer to help keep off-road racers and riders safer. A portion of all Tracker Packer sales will be donated to the Kurt Caselli Foundation (www.kurtcaselli.com).
The super rugged and secure Tracker Packer firmly attaches the SPOT Gen3 device to the rider’s arm, backpack shoulder strap, handlebars, fork tube, or many other locations. Redundant closures and multiple connection and tether points help prevent the SPOT from becoming separated from rider or bike, even in the roughest, most extreme riding conditions. The Tracker Packer enables riders to follow best practices by wearing the SPOT within reach, in a horizontal position for optimal satellite signal. By keeping the device in a visible, easy-to-access location, anyone on the scene can quickly deploy the SPOT’s SOS signal in the event of an emergency, sending the GPS location to an international emergency response coordination center.
The Tracker Packer is not just for racing. When traveling beyond cell service, riders can let family and friends know they are OK or send emergency responders their GPS location with the push of a button.
Tracker Packer features include a high-visibility closure printed with “EMERGENCY” and the “Caselli 66” logo, a redundant double hook-and-loop SPOT Gen3 attachment system, a heavy duty hook-and-loop band, Slip-Not grippy backing, foam padding to absorb shock and vibration, reflective trim for visibility, fully bound seams and webbing loops with grommets for additional mounting and tethering options.
Made in USA with military-specification components and materials, the Tracker Packer is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. USA MSRP is $40. The Tracker Packer is available bundled with the SPOT Gen3 for $150 exclusively at www.giantloopmoto.com.
For more information and to contribute to the Kurt Caselli Foundation, visit www.kurtcaselli.com.