- Volume: 5000 c.i.
- Weight: 2lbs
- Dimensions: 37H x 12W x 12.5D
- 140D 2-way stretch fabric (Front zipper pocket/side open-top pockets)
- 450D Aramid Reinforced Rip-Stop (camo options)
- 500D Nylon Rip-Stop (solid options)
- Polyurethane water resistance coating
- Removable Duraflex HD 25mm buckles
- YKK Zippers
Very well built can't wait to use this during hunting season.
Awesome bag plenty of room
At last years hunting expo in Utah, I purchased the frame with some batwings. It quickly became my favorite pack to run around in and I was sad I didn't buy some of the larger options for late season hunting and overnighters. This year, found them again and they even remembered who I was and the colors I did for my built out. Had to buy the late season attachment for my frame. I LOVE the versatility of the packs and they are great to pack around. Have now shared Eberlestock with my whole family and many friends.
I just got the pack it’s too soon to tell.
So far I love it. You can get plenty of gear in it for 4 to 6 days.
This thing is HUGE. Great quality. Extremely happy with it.
Seems good, fits the F1 frame, zippers, etc.
There is one thing that was missed. One way to really complete this pack is to add a little molle on the top so the "multilid" could be attached conveniently. The existing molle on the pack between pack and frame is turned 90 degrees from useful for this.
Exactly as advertised, can fit & do everything you expect and then some (love the roll top). Connects to my F1 mainframe flawlessly.
About 1.5 years ago, I got an M1 Mainframe and the Vapor 2500. While the 2500 works covers my needs most of the time, for the late season hunts where I need to carry extra layers, it was great having the 5000. Just got back from a January doe hunt, and I was thankful I added the 5000 to my equipment.
Ive only been on a few hunts with it and have not had it for long so cant speak to durability but it seems to be made well with good quality materials. Love the Modular System as well. I also like the roll top design becasue you can use the 7500 even when your not filling the whole thing up. Its quite a bit lighter than my previous pack and it holds more at that. This would be more for the actual frame than the pack attached to it but its very comfortable to hike with, I am a Western Big Game guy from Arizona so I do quite a bit of moving around.