Zip-On Dry Bag
Zip-On Dry Bag
Zip-On Dry Bag
Zip-On Dry Bag
Zip-On Dry Bag
Zip-On Dry Bag
Zip-On Dry Bag
Zip-On Dry Bag
Zip-On Dry Bag
Zip-On Dry Bag
Zip-On Dry Bag

Zip-On Dry Bag

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Perfect complement to your Frame Pack or your J-Type pack.



Regular price Sale price $70.00
Volume: 4000 ci.
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A perfect compliment to your F1 Mainframe™, M1 Carrier frame™, or J34 Just One™ pack. Increase capacity of any of these systems by zipping in the J3DB for a lightweight load hauler. The roll-top lets you compress your load down and the taped seams keeps your gear dry. Combine the J3DB with a pair of Batwing Pouches™ to make a lightweight, capable, meat-hauling day pack.


Customer Reviews

Based on 104 reviews
Todd S.
Very Impressed

I bought this to pair with a set of batwings on my mainframe. The dry bag is definitely roomy enough for everything I would want to pack. I love the fact that this can be removed and left at base camp if desired. The quality of the bag is very impressive. My first use was actually a remote canoe in trip using the bag alone. It was perfect for all our warm bulky gear. Overall I'm very satisfied with this purchase and looking forward to making many more amazing memories with it.

Brandon B.
Great product , one suggestion:

Plenty of volume, good quality however compression straps on main frame aren’t long enough to go around dry bag when it’s full. Molle webbing on the dry bag would be nice but maybe that would compromise it being “dry”

Shawn D.
Works great

Got it as an add on to my mainframe, works fantastic :)

Eberlestock is the best

Absolutely love their pack system. I have the zip on dry bag paired with 2 batwings and the f1 mainframe with multi-lid. Thought I’d want the large dry bag but when paired with other components I’m glad I went with them smaller one.

Ryan M.
Solid choice

Seems great so far, have only used once on a bear hunt, lots of rain and everything was perfectly dry. One thing I noticed is that the zippers start at the bottom and zip upwards. I noticed while hiking the zippers started to work down, after a mile of hiking they naturally drifted down probably 4-5 inches after being all the way at the top. I’m not a gear designer but I think it would make more sense for the zippers to start at the top and finish at the bottom? It’s not a big deal and I doubt it would ever be a problem but something I noticed. I assume everything that zips to the mainframe is designed that way.

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