A2MP MultiPack Accessory Pouch
A2MP MultiPack Accessory Pouch
A2MP MultiPack Accessory Pouch
A2MP MultiPack Accessory Pouch
A2MP MultiPack Accessory Pouch
A2MP MultiPack Accessory Pouch
A2MP MultiPack Accessory Pouch
A2MP MultiPack Accessory Pouch
A2MP MultiPack Accessory Pouch

A2MP MultiPack Accessory Pouch

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Regular price Sale price $49.95

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Add Apsk Chest Mount Kit

The A2MP has ten pockets. But it's not about the pockets... It's just an exceptionally useful and versatile piece of gear. The MultiPack is a padded, compact, multi-pocket accessory pouch with many potential uses. With Eberlestock’s Padlock attachment system built in, it can be mounted to a Padlock/PALS/MOLLE mounting panel on your backpack.  A nice feature of this system is that you can mount it to just about anything: run your pants belt through it and use it as a hip pack, or use our optional APSK Pouch Chest Mount Kit, and wear it as a chest pack. It's a perfect fit for most full-sized binoculars, and works well for other small sundries, and for items such as full-size digital cameras.


  • Overall Dimensions: 6"h x 10.5"w x 3"d
  • Main Pocket Dimensions: 6"h x 8"x 3"d
  • Weight: 8 oz

Please note: in one photo in this display, the MultiPack is shown with the optional APSK Accessory. If you want this component, please add it to your order by selecting the APSK prompt above.

Customer Reviews

Based on 31 reviews
Awesome attachment.

This is my second one of these and I love it.

Fits Swarovski 10x42s great

I ordered this pouch for my new Swarovski 10 X 42 and it fits just right. Strapped to my mainframe / batwing set up .

A2MP Accessory Pouch

So far it fits my needs. After unpacking and opening the main compartment, I immediately could tell how great the quality is. Had plenty of storage for my needs and it’s a great accessory to my hunting setup. I am using this product as a storage compartment for my saddle hunting tether/rappel line. I can fit 35’ of Sterling C-IV 9mm rope, Madrock safeguard rappel device, 40’ of dynaGLIDE, carabiners, and some other gear that I use while hunting. I highly recommend this product.

Versatile chest pack

I bought this to potentially replace the scout bino chest pack, which lacked a place for a rangefinder, and i find the nosegunner just too big. As it's the dead of winter this one won't see use for a while, but based on first impressions and test-fitting a few items I expect it will be a great fishing pack, and a decent bino/accessory chest pack for big game and turkey hunting.

The good:
1. Lots of organizational options, including the secure zip compartment to keep your wallet out of the river when you go to change flies. Should fit everything I need for fishing, and better organization than some competing products I've used. Also good for game calls.
2. The side pockets are just right for handgun ammunition (though fast) - including full-size 10mm/.45 acp double-stack mags (Glock 20/21), .38/.357 speed-loader or 2+ speed strips, or anything of similar shape (like a larger multi-tool) or smaller.
3. Unexpectedly (didn't consider until I received it), they'll also fit a J-frame or a Glock 26 grip partway forward in a modified cross-draw configuration in a pinch, but not a fast draw as the lid buckle is essential for retention. Too long for a Glock 19/23 unless one extends the strap (only slightly), but that size grip would stick out like crazy anyway - better of fitting that inside. Suboptimal but not terrible place to park a handgun short term if you're swapping from a pack-mounted holster and you shed your pack, or a belt holster that would end up under your waders. Better retention than slipping into the rear sleeve of a bino pack.
4. Fits 8x42 Nikon binos with room to spare.

Potential improvements:
1. Side pockets are barely big enough for a largish rangefinder, and definitely not a grenade for your next trip to the Capitol. Leopold TBR1200 is a tight squeeze, and not very quiet due to the cordura interior, or low-motion to get out and particularly back in. A couple more millimeters is all it would take, and a softer lining.
2. As a bino pack it could probably be slightly narrower across the chest (basically turning it into a scout bino pack but with more effective place for a rangefinder).
3. The main zipper is pretty stiff / hangs up around the corners.
4. The interior zipper needs a paracord tab not metal, as its noisy when you open the pack to get binos in/out.
5. All that organization and durability comes at a price - weight.
6. For more weight, some MOLLE on the front or bottom could come in handy.


Good quality!!!