- Intex ll aluminum frame.
- Weight(Regular): 4 lb 7 oz
- 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.
- Tall version is 3.5" taller than the regular size
- Weight(Tall): 4 lb 11 oz
- 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
Love the pack! Nothing to really complain about, except that none of my zippers match up from my frame to my batwings. They are about 3/4 of an inch different so it looks pretty weird and a little bothersome seeming how it all cost $300. Other than that it’s a great set up!
Comfy stout and light can’t beat it
Bought for upcoming elk trip. With bat wings and scabbard, is a lightweight rig. Have tested with >75 lb lid and still comfortable. Solid product.
I bought this pack with dry bag and x2 bat wing combo to use primarily for extended hiking and camping trips. We just got back from 4 days in the Sawthooth wilderness. My wife and dog came as well and the mainframe pack with zip on dry back and x2 bat wing combo was perfect for carrying 90% of all our camping supplies (3 person tent, x2 sleeping bags and air mats, x2 collapsible chairs), food and water. My wife only needed to wear a small day pack for her spare clothes and water. The trip was a huge success thanks to the comfort, capacity and versatility of the pack set up. My only constructive feedback would be that the compression straps are just barely long enough to go around the J2DB dry bag even when the straps are completely extended which makes it hard to cinch down when the bag is stuffed full. Originally I purchased the larger J3DB but that was even more of an issue (compression straps wouldn't go completely around the bag when stuffed full) so I opted for the smaller J2DB which turned out to be enough capacity. The mainframe straps should be longer or the dry bags should come with compression straps extensions. Last minor gripe is that the dry bag zipper on one side tends to come down which can be fixed with a DIY latch but it would be nice if a solution for this was provided. I highly recommend this pack set up for all your multi-day adventure needs!