- Volume: 1800 c.i.
- Weight: 5lbs 7.5oz
- Dimensions: 22.5H x 11W x 10.5D
- Contoured shape that tapers at both the top and the bottom
- Side-mounted compression straps
- Main compartment features a fold-away shelf
- Hydration bladder sleeve
- Laptop/Document sleeve
The "HiSpeed II" is a wonderful bag. The pockets are spacious and just the right size for a large EDC bag. After utilizing the bag over the last two weeks I've noticed only a couple of things that catch my attention in a negative way. First is the firm but strong internal frame. However, on the inside of the pack the pockets for laptop or tablet are not lined and the curvature of the internal frame presses on and threatens laptop and tablets. I could see if placing a water bladder between to cushion the curve but TSA doesn't like the water bladder. Secondly the pockets are a little too close so the zippers catch on the upper pocket. Lastly, I guess I am used to MOLLE, so the little straps stitched to the front of the pack isn't MOLLE. Not sure how it will hold up once I start tying things to it with 550 cord. But I guess we'll see.
Overall, great EDC pack. Will make a great overnight/weekend bag if necessary. Absolutely recommend this pack's versatility and attention to detail construction.
This is the perfect pack if you are like me and like to have your gear organized! High quality too.
Bought this pack for USAR and its everything I expected in an Eberlestock bag. Great shape and function. 4 separate pockets with passthrough option is clutch. The only thing I would change is to replace the portfolio pocket with the netted radio pocket featured in the G2 Little Brother... other than that its a great pack!
just what i was looking for. I think i'll buy another one.
This backpack is of such a high quality that I could not believe it. It fits nicely and as comfortable as modern hiking backpacks. It is AMAZING!
Little bit of shine to the green fabric but otherwise top notch. Wish the fabric were more like the MC on my other packs
I got this for extended hikes and hunting trips. Also, intend to use for travel. I love how it is modular and can adjust to whatever my needs are for that particular trip. Great job on the design, lots of storage and well thought out pack.
This is my second HiSpeed II. I purchased my first one in black as an airline carryon bag after my X2 pack proved to be a little too short for comfort on my 6'2" frame. Compared to frameless packs, the Hispeed is so comfortable that I decided to purchase a second in Dry Earth specifically for trail running and fast packing. Although a little heavier than traditional frameless trail running packs, I actually find it both cooler and more comfortable because of air circulation between my back and the pack's contact points. To boost storage capacity, I attached a multilid on the top using G hook straps purchased from Eberlestock. The resulting rig is proving to be a good balance between weight, carrying capacity, and comfort as I gradually build up to longer and longer runs this summer.
Recommendations: Please offer the multilid in black with black G hook straps as accessories so that I can add one to my black carryon bag. While I gave my X2 to a shorter friend, I do wish you offered a scaled up X2 for taller people. It is a great pack design.
See my e-mail dated December 26th from [****]
This backpack is great for traveling and hiking. For traveling I removed the waist belt and it fit in the small regional jet luggage rack. It is long and you can easily fit a couple of days clothing and other essential items including your laptop. For hiking you can pack all you can carry for a few days as you can use the molle to attach what ever you can't place in the pack. Very well made and very durable.