- Intex ll aluminum frame.
- Zippered attachment points compatible with our duffels, drybags, and more.
- Full MOLLE webbing matrix covers main panel to attach scabbards, pouches, etc.
- Three built in horizontal compression straps for securing your gear.
- Adjustable ladder harness system. Makes customizing the fit quick and easy
- Lifetime manufacturers warranty.
F1T (TALL VERSION) PRODUCT FEATURES
- Tall version is 3.5" taller than the regular size
- Designed for those with extra-long torsos or prefer higher load-lifter straps
- Tall Mainframe is compatible with the same accessories and packs as regular Mainframe
REGULAR PRODUCT INFO
- Weight: 4 lbs 5 oz
- Dimensions: 26"h x 11"w
TALL PRODUCT INFO
- Weight: 4 lbs 8 oz
- Dimensions: 29.5" x 11"w
I have a F1 Mainframe that has been my do all pack system for over 4 years. I started out with a Super Spike Duffle and 3 belt pouches, then a zippered dry bag for meat hauling, I then got a couple bat wings and a dagger. On deer and elk hunts I still use my Dragonfly for stalking heavy brush in the morning and then grab the Mainframe with a Superspike set up for glassing and then swap to the dry bag to haul meat that evening. For turkey I put on a Batwing with gear, a Dagger for water a zippered Dry Bag with decoys and use the compression straps to haul sheds. For Javelina a Batwing for gear, another for glass, the Dagger and the Dry Bag for meat. Varmint calling is the same thing. This pack is ready for ground blind or tree stand hauling. The pic is my son on our last trip out of a 1200 feet deep cliff covered canyon 2017 only a 1/2 mile more to the truck.
Most Recent purchase was a dry earth F1 main frame. I bought it after recently purchasing another one in the mountain camo. After buying the first one I realized the quality and comfort of the pack. Gave the camo version to my son and got the dry earth for myself. Going to use them for the first time in May for shed hunting. Very nice packs.
Everything seems great. Not 5 because I have not done a heavy pack trip yet. Will know more this fall!
3 of us used this pack in Alaska on a DIY moose hunt. They worked flawlessly training through the summer starting at 40lbs all the way up to 125lbs. Moose quarters rode nicely on the pack and was about as comfortable as 125lbs could feel. It'll be going on many more adventures. Love the pack. I'm 5'11" and got the Tall Frame and am glad I did.
Bought into the hype around another company’s high in pack. Used it in Wyoming in 2019. Not saying it was a bad pack, it was designed for everyone, not me.
Sold it and picked up a F1 tall. Started slow adding pieces. A rifle scabbard, saddlebag, batwings, drybag and Transformer.
I now have the ability to put together a pack for any given hunt. Hike in, set camp and drop gear. Get the pack down to the bare minimum that I need for day hunts.
Life doesn’t get much better than that in my opinion.