Destroyer - OUTLET
Destroyer - OUTLET
Destroyer - OUTLET
Destroyer - OUTLET
Destroyer - OUTLET

Destroyer - OUTLET

An upgraded version of the modern mountaineering style backpack

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The Destroyer™ is an upgraded version of the modern mountaineering style backpack. Both top and front-loading capabilities makes getting to your gear a whole lot easier with a pack of this scale and the diaphragm system can separate the top and bottom compartments. Grapple Compression Straps™ keeps your gear tight to your body and also acts as a mounting system for sleeping pads, tents, or even a rifle.

Recommended For: 

  • Military Ruck | Adventure | Backpacking

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  • Volume: 3900 c.i.
  • Weight: 7.50 lbs
  • Dimensions: 37.5H x 14W x 7.5D


  • Top and front-loading capabilities
  • Grapple™ compression straps
  • Top organizational lid with mesh pouch for accessories
  • Includes stowaway rain cover
  • Interior clip for securing the 2L or 3L Source® hydration bladders

Customer Reviews

Based on 62 reviews
Li C.T. (Taipei City)
Experience using BATTLESHIP

This is my first long backpack. I used to use the US military system backpack (the type with two large auxiliary pockets on the left and right of the main bag).
Since there are no left or right side pockets, it will be more convenient to move around in the city, apartment, and elevator.
Its internal backrest system is very similar to the j79, but feels better than my favorite j79. I did not take out the inner back frame steel bars of the two backpacks to compare, but when adjusting the shoulder straps, you need to adjust the height first. When the steel bar is pulled out, you can see the shape of the steel bar. I think the steel bars and inner back frame of BATTLESHIP are better and more ergonomic than those of j79 (but I have been using j79 for two years and am very used to j79, although it is a bit long for me). Adjusted to the most correct back length, the shoulder strap adjustment ladder has been adjusted down to the lowest) but I still like j79. BATTLESHIP can be adjusted to the exact length of my back (technically speaking, it's still half a square off, j79 (one less square)), but I think I'm an exception because my height is only 171 cm, and BATTLESHIP has the latest type of belt. , making it more integrated with my body.
After buying a few backpacks, my experience is that my height and body type are better suited to the mid-sized backpacks designed by Eberlestock.
I will consider buying BATTLESHIP because I want to use it to match the US military's cfp 90 and libe backpacks. I have not used such backpacks yet. I want to practice using this type of backpack and test it out to find out what conditions work best for me. I live in Taipei, Taiwan, which is a modern city full of alleys. And the basin is surrounded by mountains. In this case the j51 is too wide (I usually use the j51 when I need to move items)
I don't have enough experience with backpacks. It takes six months to a year to use it repeatedly. If I had longer experience I would be better able to share.
But I like the solid workmanship of BATTLESHIP, it looks handsome, and the inner back frame structure feels better than j79. I love every military backpack from Eberlestock.

Joe G. (Connecticut)
Excellent pack

Fit me with little adjustment right out of the box, I’m 6’2” around 195 lbs. This is my first Eberlestock order and it seems like very durable construction. Have yet to field test it, but I expect it to perform well.

John F. (Washington)
Great Bag!

My only reason for 4 is that the hydration bladders are too big for the pockets


Great product. Perfect size.

Pavlo K. (British Columbia)
Absolutely amazing backpack

Purchased this backpack for a 7-days trip on West Coast Trail and was absolutely happy about it. It doesn't hurt shoulders at all because it sits on your hips well. Lots of convenient pockets. One thing I didn't like though is missing hook for the water bladder. There is a mesh pocket instead which puts weight distribution a bit lower. It is not a light backpack.

Taylor W. (Ohio)
Great bag!

This is a very well made bag. I ordered this bag because my Fiancé and I were getting married in the Canadian Rockies and we did our ceremony at the top of Mount Rundle. I packed my tuxedo, her wedding dress, my dress shoes, and all of our gear into my bag. It ended up weighing about 50ish lbs. and the hike was 3,000 feet of elevation gain in 1.5 miles to the top. This bag made 50lbs feel like 25lbs. It never shifted and stayed glued to my back even when scrambling up the rocks on our ascent. This is my first every Eberlestock purchase and I am a huge fan, we will be purchasing another one for my wife very soon. Highly Recommend!


Great pack quality build holds rifle on the sides