- Volume: Approx. 1800 cubic inches.
- Weight: 4 lbs.
A shame that this one is sold without a (Gossamer)frame with that price Tag there should be both types of frames in with it.
The LP1 FannyTop Pack does NOT fit in a acceptable manner onto this one (which i bought with it).
Sadly Eberlestock is walking that crappy Apple Company way where they sell incomplete Stuff and one has to buy overpriced accesories to make it complete, - yeah, i got the M1 Carrier Frame with this one ...
No Batwing pouches available now ...
And I do not understand why there are no Batwing Pouches in Coyote at all.
But besides this - This Pack is OK with that Pricetag
Love the bag so far. Have yet to put it through any hard paces, but I bought the bag to be my all round backpack. So far it's got two casual weekend trips. Stored my clothes, laptop, toiletries, etc. Love the front duffel zip. And am looking forward to getting a waist belt and using it for short distance backpacking.
Took it for a overnight last weekend in the Susquehannock NF and it fit like a glove even with all the superfluous junk that I packed in it.
Excellent pack!! Another great product by Eberlestock
I like all the new changes to the Little Brother and have been waiting a while before buying one. I like they kept full webbing on the sides and reduced weight by using the laser panel on the front and 1/3 webbing on top. The Arched zipper track makes a huge difference over the older design that has tight corners to navigate. My primary purpose for this pack is to use with the F1 Mainframe. Very comfortable and built like a tank.
Excellent and thoughtful improvements have been made over the older design, however I wish there had been a couple more changes. First I would have included a rear set of zippers to mate with the F1 or M1. I do use mine with the bat-wings occasionally so I would prefer to have both front and rear tracks for more options. There is the ability to stuff unused zipper track into the bottom corner openings gets rid of the dangling ends when not in use. Second the radio shelf is still the older style with net and straps which could have been replaced by the loops and optional utility panel. I use this option in the Kite pack when centering and securing awkward loads and it works well for me. Glad they kept the grab handle!
This is a modular pack with a great pedigree and the improvements are appreciated. I like the narrow profile which works well for my terrain and I can add bat-wings when I need to carry more. This is my sixth pack from this company and they are all very well executed and durable. I use one every day and highly recommend their products.