- Total Volume: 3,660 c.i.
- Weight: 8 lbs.
- Dimensions main bag: 29"h x 12"w x 9"d
Top notch quality. Definitely built to help you survive.
I had the V90 Battleship and it's just way too big for what I need. The Destroyer has all the same features but with less bulk. So it has been perfect.
I did a lot of research, like a whole lot of a lot, on what and who makes the absolute best and ultimate backpacks for survival, bushcraft, hunters and military. You have so many companies offering similar packs around similar price points it becomes overwhelming. That being said, after all the time and probably 100’s of packs later, I ended my search here… This pack has every single detail anyone could ever ask for when it comes to the absolute perfect pack! Every compartment, strap and zipper has been strategically placed, down to the materials used and the stitching. Every pack I have come across in this size and style is often lacking in at least one department, usually storage options or how the pack itself is set up. It is as if every bushman, survivalist, hunter and soldier, all got together around the fire, and the V69 Destoyer was the result. Like it’s name suggests, this pack destroys all other packs in it’s category. Comfortable even with heavy loads, adjustable sizing, pack is more vertical and wide keeping the weight closer to your center of gravity, more pockets and organization than you have stuff for, outstanding quality and even comes with its own rainfly! If SHTF, I will happily place the confidants of my life and survival on this pack. Absolutely blown away! If you are still reading this, stop being indecisive and just buy the freakin thing, trust me, you just found a gem!!! If I could give it more stars I would…
Bought my v series packs in 2013. Big and small ones. Traded away the big one because it was HUGE, but the small one is about right for 5'11" dudes like me.
This thing has been road-dawging it with me for 2 years and counting, with a lot of use in between. Road dawging, under the stars, long range, hiking, hobo, survival.
I get comments on it from time to time, people tell me it looks like a military pack, really I just want a familiar versatile design with few frils, earth colors, and strong construction. This one fits the bill.
Love my pack and I bet the guy who traded for the big one loves his.
Pro tip: if you get a gunsleeve from Eberlestock, leave off the top bit, and cut a slice inside the rain sleeve pocket... the sleeve can poke through and let you carry an 1895 Guide Gun in the pack, without any added height to the pack.
Cheers EB, expensive gad dang gear but worth it by all accounts including mine.