- Volume: 2250 c.i.
- Weight: 6lbs 10oz
- Dimensions: 23.5H x 11.75W x 11.5D
- Upper back wall radio rack with 3 antenna portals.
- Padlock webbing tie-points all over the pack.
- "Shooters harness" with 3D mesh is vertically adjustable for varying torso lengths, and is both thinner for shooting, and more comfortable for heavier loads.
- Numerous small pockets and organizers -- so you can always go right to what you're looking for.
- Gossamer polycarbonate frame.
- Handles on 3 sides make it easy to pick the pack up, especially when retrieving it from your vehicle.
- Five hydration compatible pockets.
- Includes G1RC Rain Cover, stowed in a zippered pocket in the bottom of the pack.
Using the FAC pack as my new PRS loadout pack. Very happy with everything so far. Holds more than enough gear for a two day match. Back rides very comfortably with 40+ pounds of gear.
Ive had the back about a month now, it is designed well, fits great, and i have zero doubts about weather it can handle my abuse.
I needed a pack with a little more room to carry my match day equipment. The storage is about perfect and I found I could neatly organize my gear. I really bought the pack because of the full length tubes on the side which are perfect for carrying a tripod. I also liked the waist belt to distribute weight to my hips. Zippers are smooth and the construction seems very durable. That’s why I purchased an Eberlestock pack.
Excellent ergonomics, accessibility, quality material and build.
Perfect Area for the radio I will purchase for hiking, etc.
The difference in quality and durability with this company compared to every other I’ve tried is a massive gap. Love what they do
I haven’t opened the plastic yet but can see that the color is right what I wanted. I have the similar G1 so have no doubt the F3F will outlast me. I ordered it in DE because it’s better for civilian travel than MilGreen. Look forward to decades of use.
The pack is very nice. My only complaints are the zippers tend to get stuck on the corners and the shoulder harness adjustment tends to dig into my back between my shoulder blades. I haven’t taken this out on a hike yet, but I’m expecting this to be very uncomfortable. Going to have to set up some padding to fix this problem.
One of the primary reasons I went with the Fac Track was the extra compartments on the exterior while still having a compact body with plenty of interior space. The quality of the pack is superb, all the way down to the detail on the angle of the zippers so there is less restrictions when you open and close compartments. Im also not a fan of packs that have the lose top compartment that require the entire pack to be full so that when you strap it tight it will stay in place. Those often stay offset or pull way down if the pack is not full, exposing the top. The fac track does not have that problem and also comes with a rain cover as well. There is great internal space for storage and padding and shoulder strap adjustments are top quality. The only area I have had issues with Eberlee pack is the side pouches on the exterior of the packs for water bottles or small storage become preemptive much non existent when the pack is full. This seems to be a design issue that could be fixed going forward. Outside of that Eberlee packs and gear are my go to!
Without a doubt the most well built pack I’ve ever had. Can’t wait to really get into it.