- Volume: 2137 c.i. / 35.02L
- Weight: 3lbs 14.4oz
- Dimensions: 24.5H x 12W x 8D
- Main Compartment Dimensions: 22" x 12" x 6"
- Front and top-loading
- Rifle scabbard compatible
- Dual hydration bladder sleeves
- Internal PRC-117 Radio rack
- Use our Small Reversible Rain Cover for weather protection
Haven't used it much yet, but it seems really comfortable and strong.
Its a great backpack with lots of features, I have a Warhammer that I was looking to add this pack to. I bought the Warhammer, because of the modularity. I like having items I can use for multiple things. The little brother is just that, it will be my go to bag for light day hunts. I use the discontinued bird bag with the Little brother and I am able to hold extra gear for my upland hunts, water for my pup, and boxes of shells fit nicely inside the stretch pouches inside the bottom of the bag. 2l water bladder fits great in the stretch pocket! Its a good setup. Will be great for coyote hunting too. For scouting trips this would be a good backpack for hauling around spotter and a tripod.
Great pack that I’m using for a daypack for hunting but has a multitude of ways to use it. The quality is always great and they have great customer service. I definitely recommend the pack.
Solid pack from Eberlestock, as always
I got this pack to use more for travel than hunting. It holds enough clothes for a business week's travel, and is much better than pulling a small-wheeled suitcase through a crowded airport. The quality is really good. You can top load it, or the front zips open, making packing / unpacking very easy. I would definitely recommend it.
Great small bag as most of the eberlestock bags they are well made tons of molle perfect for trips that your going minimal. I would recommend getting the frame it really helps support your load out nicely and is a cheap add on. It works well in combination with the war hammer. The next add on I will purchase is the scabbard looking forward on getting some more dirt time with the little brother but so far so good. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a 35 liter bag.
Very sturdy, construction and durable materials, definitely built with the user in mind. Pairs great with my Warhammer.
Vertx makes a better quality pack and it’s not even close. For $300 they could have at least soft lined the top pocket. I’m going to make this bag work because it’s larger but I need to add accessory pouches and an admin area. This pack probably cost $40 max to produce.
Bought it in hopes it’s be a solid hunting/backpacking/tactical bag all in one and wow have a been blown out of the water by it! Great bag!