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The H31 Bandit is a great little every-day-carry pack. Its laser-cut MOLLE panel allows you to rack on accessories and provides a place to quickly lash on bulky items outside of the main bag.
Open the front-loading zipper and you'll be surprised at just how much room there is in such a small pack. Compatible with either the 2L or 3L Source Hydration Bladder. Open the top zipper compartment, and inside you will find a key hook, mesh storage pocket, and a third magazine type pocket.
- Total Volume: 935 c.i.
- Weight: 2 lbs 5 oz
- Dimensions main bag: 18"h x 9"w x 7"d
H31 Bandit Pack Product Overview
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Perfect size for an all day pack away from camp. Can fit all of my archery equipment, 3 L hydration pack and a full rain suit. I own the dragon fly and the rmef m5 pack as well. Couldn't ask for more.
This is my third Eberlestock pack. Due to chronic back problems I was forced to scale back on my pack size. The Bandit absolutely fit the bill! Constructed with typical Eberlestock quality materials and workmanship I couldn’t be more pleased. I can easily pack for a day trip, and probably two. I’ve not had it in the field yet but I’m anxious to, and I’m certain it will perform as well as my others have. Very pleased and I highly recommend it!
I’ve owned packs from Badlands, Mystery Ranch and others and this is by far the most useful, thought out pack I’ve ever used. I still hunt a lot through thick cover and this pack in no way is cumbersome or in the way while moving. I can easily carry a stuffed away down coat inside, a wind breaker on the outside, as well as a quart canteen and thermos in the outside pockets with my lunch and snacks tucked away inside. The pack may be worn as described and you don’t even know it’s there. It’s easy to shoot bow and rifle while wearing this pack. A perfect and well made pack it is....
I have a couple of these packs I use for different purposes. 1 for a range bag and the other a treestand hunting bag. I have a utility pouch (different brand, but if Eberlestock made one Id buy it) that fits perfectly on the front laser cut section to add a bit of extra storage. I have never really been satisfied with any bag I carried up the tree, but this Bandit pack is perfect for that. Cant recommend this pack enough.
I really like this pack. I carried it hunting, and it’s comfortable and a great size for a day pack. However, the zippers pulls for the top compartment are right next to the zipper pulls for the main compartment, and in the dark, or at my feet, all those zipper pulls next to each other made for some fumbling. It’s not an easy pack to learn and feel with your hands, and you can’t always be looking straight at it to open the thing. Other than that- and I’m sure I could attach a piece of paracord or something to hang on one set of pulls- I do like the Bandit pack.