Use one of these bags with your F1 Mainframe or the M1 Carrier Frame to instantly convert it to the most capable ultralight, high-volume backpack in the world. This setup can be enhanced by adding a pair of Batwing Pouches: if you're going to be hunting out of a spike camp, once you get there you can simply unzip the dry bag where you have your tent, sleeping bag, food, extra water, and anything else you want to keep in camp. Then you can zip together the two Batwings and hunt with a lightweight daypack (1,200 ci) that has world-class meat hauling capabilities.
Not just for the frame sytems, these high quality roll-top dry bags are uniquely suited to the full family of EMOD products. Use them to add capacity to our J-type packs. For J117 and J34 packs, they will either drop into the main cargo compartment or zip onto the outside of the pack at the expansion zipper. For the J51 and J79, it fills either or both of the bulk load positions in the load bay.
Choose either the J2DB or J3DB to get 4,000 or 6,700 cubic inches of stowage space secured by a roll-top and taped seams. This is a great lightweight option to keep your gear dry.
- [Regular] SKU: J2DB
- Volume: 65 Liters / 4,000 cubic inches
- Weight: 12 oz
- Dimensions: 30"h x 13"w x 13"d
- [Large] SKU: J3DB
- Volume: 110 Liters / 6,700 cubic inches
- 15 oz
- Dimensions: 30"h x 15"w x 15"d
They are not available at all in alaska period..
Used or new I cannot get them
Sick set up!! I bought it for a trip to Alaska this fall, but I plan on using it for so much more now. I had no idea how many different set ups were available for this thing. I started with dry bag and bat wings, but I'm adding everything I can to it. Best pack I ever owned!
For the price and size, with the attached zippers. You cannot find a better dry bag. Attaches perfectly to my F1 frame, allows me to secure all gear without the worries of a back pack cover. I would recommend this dry bag over any other dry storage bags. Simply due to size and cost.
J2DB / J3DB Zip-On Dry Bag
Great attachment to the mainframe