The J2SD Spike Camp Duffel integrates perfectly with the Eberlestock Mainframe Pack, the Carrier Frame Pack, and the J-type packs. At only 12 ounces this 2,400 cubic inch duffel is a great addition to our EMOD packs and accessories. This duffel can also be paired with the J51, J34, J107, J117, and J79. Depending on the pack, you can carry it internally, or attach it to the outside to increase the capacity of your pack. The Spike Camp Duffel can be paired with other EMOD packs and accessories like the Batwing Pouches. The is a great lightweight option for backcountry hunters.
- Dimensions: 22"h x 13"w x 9"d
- 2,400 cubic inches
- Weight: 12 oz
I have not had the opportunity to use this yet but it appears to be very high quality...and the fitment seems to be spot on. I am looking forward to using it through the hiking and hunting season. Friends have this pack and I yet to hear any of them not give the highest of praise for this pack and the Elk pack.
The spike camp duffel works nicely with the F1 frame. It is the perfect size for all of my needs
Hard to find a pack that fits a 5’6 smaller build female properly. This pack fits really well and I believe would still work on someone shorter than me with proper fit on the hip and chest straps. I’ve returned 2 other brands thus far that claimed to fit on a 5’5 and up build that truthfully didn’t even come close.
Too long in the pack and therefor the hip straps clamped well below my waist and supported none of the load. I’m very pleased that this pack actually fits me properly. I really like the fact that you can slide your rifle in the pack and also the adversity of the add on accessories.
Well worth the cost and wish I had found this pack earlier (could have saved on 2x return shipping labels) keep in mind other companies don’t cover any of your shipping expenses even when you return something they claim will fit you and doesn’t. Third times a charm in this case.
Love this think awesome pack use it more than my hunting pack. But would be a lot better if you offered some kind of way to zip up some shoulder straps to use it as a stand-alone back pack. Hope you get what I’m talking about and if you do have one already point me to the item
Good add on overall, material is louder than I would like and doesn’t have a way to cinch itself down without the pack.