- Volume: 835 c.i.
- Weight: 2.50 lbs
- Dimensions: 18.25H x 7W x 6.5D
- Laser-cut MOLLE panel on the front to attach exterior equipment
- Top organizational lid with mesh pouch for accessories
- Adjustable shoulder harness
- Slot for an adjustable hip belt to carry added weight
- Main compartment unzips from top to bottom to allow full access
- Interior clip for securing the 2L or 3L Source® hydration bladders
For what it is, it does its job. I have the switch and the bandit and love them both. The bandit is smaller than expected. There needs to be a mid range bag made to accommodate a laptop and school supplies like most of the north face bags. The “bandit XL” or the “daily”
I own several of their offerings. All excellent, top notch products,and the Bandit is no exception. Form and function is key. All their gear looks killer, and performs even better. Don't waste time shopping around.Look no further. You won't find better. Customer service is on f#*g point. I'll be back again.
Just received the backpack with the hydration system and hangar zip-pouch. The quality is excellent. I am looking forward to some summer outdoor adventures to test it out.
Great pack, well built and light weight
I was on a day archery hunt with my son and wow! Held all we needed and then some for the day! You meed one.
It's a great little pack to have on a day hike or out hunting when you don't really need a full size bag. I love that it has a nice strap system and a water reservoir that you usually don't get on tiny bags like this
After two decades in the military, I have an entire tuff box full of backpacks… the bandit is my favorite so far! Rugged, rigid (enough) shell, and the zippers pulls are the best I’ve come across by far. This is my first eberlestock product, but definitely will not be my last!
OK day pack. Minimal padding on the shoulder straps, not a huge deal as the weight shouldn't get to a point where that will be an issue. Might benefit from quick release shoulder straps, but i'm probably spoiled in that respect. Shoulder straps seem to bind when i'm trying to tighten them. The built in hydration pouch is nice, a camelback model hydration bladder with a toggle is preferred to the pop out drink spout on the model provided. Pack becomes clumsy when I put my bow on it and i'm not super confident it will stay put when I hit the field. Will be a decent pack for early fall or later spring turkey season.
Using this as my EDC pack and have been thrilled with everything about it.