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This is the latest version of the pack that started a gear revolution, the legendary Just One. As in, "if you're going to own just one hunting pack, own a Just One." It's extremely versatile and comes with the hallmark patented features that make Eberlestock packs unique.
Starting at an ultra-compact 2300 cubic inches, the built-in Cam Expansion system expands it to 4600. Add a Super Spike Duffel, and you get a 7500 cubic inch load hauler (Spike Duffels sold separately). The J34 features a built-in hunting rifle-sized Backscabbard, Cam Expansion, streamlined shape, vertically adjustable torso length, waterproof zippers, a high-visibility interior, deep "3D" ventilated padding, scabbard drainage and cleanout access. Strategically placed Padlock Webbing (MOLLE) allows you to mount accessories, and makes excellent perimeter lash points.
- Compressed Pack Volume : 1,900 c.i.
- Expanded Pack Volume: 4,200 c.i.
- Scabbard Volume: 400 c.i.
- Total Volume: 4,600 c.i.
- Weight: 7 lbs 8 oz
- Dimensions (compressed): 25"h x 11"w x 6"d
- Scabbard Dimensions: 34"L x 7"W x 3"D, with a 20" circumference opening
J34 Just One Product Overview Video
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I tested 5 competitors in the $220 to $400 range and the Just One Pack was my pick for my CO elk hunt. Didn't get to carry an elk quarter this year, but as a hunting pack it was Perfect. Clips, zippers, position of pockets, capacity, feel on shoulders and hips, etc. Perfect. I used it as a day pack, but the design allows you to do a few days in back country as needed. Chad - MN
I purchased the J34 Just One, many years ago. I have other packs but the J34 is my go to for hunting. Yes it is a little heavier than what I would like it to be but it's capabilities are worth the couple extra pounds. I have the large spike camp zip on accessory bag and small pouches on the belt for quick access equipment such as game calls and range finders. I have shot a rifle and bow many times while wearing the pack and didn't notice any interference. I have camped and hunted for a week using the expansion capabilities of the spike camp duffel. I can break down a mule deer or an antelope (just did one this week) and pack the entire animal out in one trip. Just load the quarters in game bags, line the pack with a tall kitchen bag then slide the game in. After all the years of hauling out critters, my pack is still clean. Of course get the game out of the plastic bag as soon as you get to the vehicle! My pack still looks great and feels good while hiking.
Put in over 12 miles in two days of hunting, and this pack performed like a dream. Super comfortable, and the extra duffle made packing out meat super easy without making the whole pack a mess. The rifle scabbard was so much better then even the most comfortable rifle sling.
I currently own a H2 Gunrunner and a Bandit. Both serve well as a day pack
Decided to purchase the J-34, to use for overnight hunting
With the zip in panel and 2 small pouches, on the hip belt, The J-34 came in at almost 11lbs (empty and on my scale)
Just to heavy for a starting point. Loved the lay out and the materials
Just couldn't do the weight
J34 Just One