- Volume: 5662 c.i.
- Weight: 9lbs 4oz
- Dimensions: 36.5H x 23W x 12D
- Intex II aluminum frame
- Front access & top access to main compartment
- Fully adjustable harness & belt
- Rear scabbard tunnel
- Removable top “floating” lid
- Horizontal 25mm webbing for external latching
- 10mm MOLLE webbing throughout
- 2 large front pouches
- 2 large side saddlebags
- Inner drawstring closure
I emailed support about the urgency and they had the bag shipped with 24 hours. It arrived the day before I flew to India, just in time. Phenomenal job on the prompt assistance, as well as the quality of the bag. I beat this thing up, overpacked, had serious pressure on this zippers, dirt, rocks, walking for 4 days straight. Not a single thread popped. It’s a tank and the frame is so adjustable I could get it to set just right to save my back on the hike.
Great quality and workmanship. Plenty of storage and modularity. Overall one of the best packs around in this size range.
It is a solid piece of equipment. I've tested it with everything I could think of, and it stays competent. Rain tarp works incredibly well for humidity and rain.
Straps are amazing and do not loosen or sway. Storage space is incredible, as everything could be modified to have maximum or minimum area for packing. It is massive. It is extremely comfortable. Running with it, even with a heavy load (when adjusted properly) feels bearable, and almost seems like a part of your body.
Overall, it is a great product for everything you require of a great rucksack.
5 Years Enlisted Army NG Infantry, soon to commission Mechanized Infantry. As an Infantryman, your Ruck is your house. It's an important investment. The USGI ruck is unfortunately wholly insufficient, and it's common for Enlisted and Officer alike to consider a privately purchased Rucksack. I previously tried Tasmanian Tiger, and have looked into Mystery Ranch, but the Eberlestock Terminator fits my needs more perfectly than any other rucksack ever has.
-Plenty of space
-Good seperate compartments to aid in organization
-Separate back compartment for water bladder, gun sleeve
-Comfortable. Feels like the "I used to drive a cadillac, now I pack it on my back" cadence come true.
-Needs more velcro on the exterior for Identifier/Morale patches. I bought patch panels from Patch panel and Molle'd them to the top and front of the ruck
-Very rigid molle webbing on the back of the ruck (Where you can adjust the height of harness system) can dig into your back
-A bit taller than USGI ruck, can sometimes cant to a side if not precisely balanced
I purchased the Terminator pack to be used as my truck bag. This bag is of the highest quality and engineering that I have ever experienced before. I would strongly recommend to others.
The Terminator pack worked out perfect for my needs. A winter time training bag complete with a major sleep system, food, water, tactical gear, extra clothing, and a few extras like cookware. Everything fit inside! The pack is very comfortable with all my gear and carries nice. Can't wait until Febuary to really put it to the test. I do wish I would have bought it a week later and got the free gift set Eberlestock is now giving out though! Did I mention I have over 25 high end packs? I should have bought this one first!
I was looking for a long-term ruck/recce bag. Due to nothing being in stock across the industry, I ended up testing out the RMFE 5 Elk or whatever it’s called and I… liked it… ish… it wasn’t right, and it had a weird weight distribution putting a lot of strain on my low back and rotators. I ended up returning that and switching to this, and I absolutely love this. It’s exactly what you’d expect from a high end pack. It’s not cheap, but it’s durable, comfortable, and trustworthy. It won’t come cheap, but you get what you pay for.
Fantastic ruck. Holds 70lbs just fine and is comfortable! No hesitation about using this in any sort of scenario.
I bought this pack primarily as a multi-day sustainment pack. It has plenty of room for storage and organization without a lot of unnecessary compartments.