- Comes standard with a WX2L 2 Liter Source Tactical hydration bladder
- Two vertical compression straps
- One large zippered main compartment
- One small zippered, expandable exterior pocket
- Total Volume: 340 c.i.
- Weight: 1 lbs and 14 oz.
- Dimensions main bag: 17"l x 6.5"w x 5"d
This bag is compact and functional with its well laid-out zippers and molle. This allows many different mounting options. The harness is superb as are all Eberlestock bags.
H7 hydration pack
This is my fifth pack from Eberlestock and loving this one too. Needed something small for the day hikes with my wife. Quality and expectation has been met every time. Lots of options out there but keep coming back to Eberlestock. Dry earth my favorite.
2L bladder (full) and pack still holds: TQ, car keys, wallet, sunscreen, and small misc items. Really the compact solution I had been looking for.
I bought the Dagger H7 thinking it would be a good multipurpose hydration bag for day outings scouting for hunts. It's built well and out of quality materials, and would likely last through some rough use, but it's too small. The port for the hydration tube is about .5 inches too small and makes threading the mouth piece difficult. The pack is built for smaller people overall. I'm a large human and it sits between my shoulder blades, with the waist strap at the base of my ribs. The carrying capacity is minimal (no room for an additional layer or rain jacket), the mesh interior pocket is about .5 inches too small for a phone with a case, the front zipper pocket cannot fit a phone, the key lanyard is about 1-2 inches too short and makes attaching keys just a little bit of a pain. In my opinion, the pack would benefit from a slight redesign and then to either be scaled up to 1.5 or 2x its current size, or to be offered in different sizes. It's a great little pack with some room for improvement, and maybe you'll love it, but it missed the mark for me.