The Eberlestock dry bag emerged as an invaluable companion during my hiking expedition in Northwest Montana, where elk hunting demands resilience. Its robust design and well-thought-out features kept my gear safe from the elements, ensuring a dry and secure storage solution. The bag's adaptability to the region's diverse terrains and unpredictable weather proved crucial, making it an excellent choice for those navigating the challenging landscapes of Northwest Montana. Overall, a reliable investment for any adventurer seeking a durable and weather-resistant dry bag for their expeditions.
I have the F-1 Main Frame pack with batwings. I bought the dry bag to use between the batwings to carry an extra coat and meat bags, and it works perfectly! The bag is very well made and waterproof. I absolutely love this pack system.
Excellent product as are everything I have purchased from your company. Will be buying additional products for my Mainframe pack
Not durable at all. Ripped on first use with minimal weather and is no longer water proof. Did not come with locking hooks to prevent the zipper from slipping sown on one side. I'm a huge Eberlestock fan but this product fell on its face.
Used this bag combination deer hunting with my boys on Kodiak island. Dry kit makes for happy campers great product.
I run the F-1 mainframe with bat wings and this was in my opinion the best option for the rest of my gear. I can keep the main frame set up for everyday hunting and the rest of my camp and food in the dry bag which is key! I absolutely love this setup!
I have not used it but soon will be in Wyoming elk hunting. I’m sure it will hold up to the test and the Eberlestock name. Not my fist time using these high quality products.
Excellent way to add the right amount of storage for multi day back country hunt. Once I drop camp, I leave the bag attached and compressed between the pack and 2 batwings. I fit all day hunting items in the batwings. If I'm successful I place cooled out meat in game bags inside of a Kirkland compactor bag to keep pack clean. This dry bag gives the load shape and keeps it slender enough to use provided compression straps with batwings still attached. This gives enough space to carry a deer plus camp back out in one load.
Lots of afternoon thunderstorms in the archery season in Utah. It was nice to have everything inside this bag on my F1 pack when I got caught in a storm. Everything inside the bag stayed dry, everything outside was soaked. Only negative to it is there isn't any pockets of tie points on the inside, so all of your gear ends up at the bottom and isn't super organized. But using smaller organizing bags inside does help solve that problem somewhat of knowing where things are.
Super light and tons of room!