- Pack Volume: 1,800 c.i.
- Scabbard Volume: 600 c.i.
- Total Volume: 2,400 c.i.
- Weight: 6 lbs and 8 oz.
- Dimensions main bag: 22"h x 11"w x 8.5"d
- Scabbard Dimensions: 34"L x 10"W x 3"D, with a 26" circumference opening
This is the best range bag I have ever had. Easy to organize and easy to carry a full size gas gun
Really awesome pack so far.
Had it for a few weeks now and it's exactly what I wanted. Initially I thought it was more than I needed. But its definitely versatile.. I removed the hip belt for the time being which is a nice feature. Primarily I use this bag to hold all my amateur radio gear for portable comms. Interior divider is great for the main compartment with strong velcro. The 2 seperate sleeves inside are just the right size for my solar panel and laptop. Roughly 10"x12x2". Straps are well bad as well as along your back. Very comfortable. I throw my coax in the void for the scabbard. My other use for this pack would be hunting throw my firearm on in and get hiking. Room for food, field dressing kit first aid, clothes and some small stuff sacks. It's a solid build and looks like it'll last a lifetime. Really happy with this purchase. Thanks guys
Former Army. Big fan of this pack. It’s perfect for a day long coyote hunt, or packing a few days worth of clothes for a quick trip in another state. Although tall, it’ll fit under a Southwest Airlines seat as a carry on. Also it doesn’t necessarily scream LoOk aT Me iM sO tAcTiCoOl. Badass, functional, flexible purpose bag.
P.S. take the time to properly size it to your body! Watch the how to videos eberlestock made.
First thank you. I am in the Army National guard and I have to say, using this pack in the field has been great. My M4 and m1-10a1 marksman rifle both separately fit amazing in this pack. Has plenty of pockets for sensitive items (optics, lasers, dagger gps), paper documents, and extra clothes and hygiene kit. Perfect for an assault pack for going on mission, it is very light, fits a soldier’s tactical needs, and has capacity for a bit heavier load accompanied by a waist pad/strap that evenly distributes weight. Thank you Eberlestock team.
Well, I haven’t taken my pack out yet. But I have packed and unpacked my LoDrag II. I’m very impressed with the amount of volume the bag can hold and how well made it seems to be. I can’t wait to get out into the field with my LoDrag II.