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The M5 RMEF Team Elk pack is one of the greatest all-around hunting packs ever created. It has a unique set of best-in-class features, including fold-away rifle scabbard, built-in bow carrier, Intex-II tubular aluminum frame, dual full-depth spotting scope and hydration pockets, grapple-compression straps, and more! It serves well as a day pack but is also great for shorter multi-day trips, and is a great game hauler. It has both front-loading and top-loading access.
Designed to appeal to all hunters and popular all over the world, a full 10% of the revenues generated by sales of the RMEF Team Elk pack are donated to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. This is one of the ways that we demonstrate that Eberlestock proudly supports the best practices of American conservation.
*Note: The Team Elk Pack now comes with our standard hipbelt and does not include built-in pouches. Now you can add accessory pouches or the Hatchet Holster to the hipbelt on the Team Elk Pack.
- Pack Volume: 2,600 c.i.
- Scabbard Volume: 500 c.i.
- Total Volume: 3,100 c.i.
- Weight: 6 lbs 8 oz
- Dimensions main bag: 23"h x 11"w x 9.5"d
- Scabbard Dimensions: 34"L x 10"W x 2"D, with a 24" circumference opening
M5 RMEF Team Elk Pack Overview Video
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I have uses this pack for about everything I can think of using it amd it has done amazing even when the pack is full. I was still able to put my bow or my rifle on it with easy carry plus, it fits all my other accessioryies in it as well knives, axes... The fabric its self is also very durable amd very pleased with this pack
Best back pack hands down I use it for everything. If it ever wears out I’d buy another and another. Simply awesome
Overall I was happy with this pack. The quality is great and craftsmanship superb. Purchased last summer (July 2019) and used for entire Colorado elk season and for late season Montana elk hunting. I guide in SW Colorado so this pack was used everyday and for multiple packs. First off, i’m not a fan of the rifle scabbard. I do a lot of glassing so the moment I wanna sit or kneel down the pack has to come off cause the scabbard hits the ground. I like to use my pack to lean against and to do so I’d have to remove my rifle. It’s also kinda tough to remove the rifle in a hurry if you have it zipped up all the way. I do like how the rifle and optics is very well protected. Next is the weight of the pack. It’s 6 pounds 8 ounces empty. As a guide I have to carry a lot as it is so every pound matters, especially in a day pack. Lastly, when it comes the actually packing out animals. I packed out multiple elk heads and quarters with this pack, packing quarters is pretty simple and the pack serves it’s purpose. I ran into quiet a bit of difficulty packing larger heads out. No matter what I did the head wouldn’t stay on the pack. I packed a few smaller bulls on it and the pack did great. Overall I like the pack and will continue to use it, but not for elk hunts. I just need something that will be able to handle all elk out there.
As an elk guide for 17 years and 90 kills, I know what will work and what wont. I wish I would have had this pack for a lot of em. This is exactly what I've been looking for. This will handle anything I put it through. Damn well made!
M5 RMEF Team Elk Pack