Check out the reviews, comments and videos for the Eberlestock HalfTrack pack and you decide if it is good enough for your back.
Eberlestock HalfTrack backPack review by Alan:
This is a great pack! I used the Eberlestock Halftrack during a year long deployment to Afghanistan and put it to the test from climbing rugged mountains to exposing it to the elements. This is a perfect pack if you plan on being out for 72 hours or less. The front loading capability allows you to access items in the main compartment without having to remove everything or spend a long amount of time searching for it. The Eberlestock HalfTrack Military Pack can hold over 75lbs worth of equipment to carry everything from water, food, clothing, ammo, mortar rounds, etc. The way it was designed makes carrying it more comfortable than the average pack. The rain cover is a great feature and it has kept the bag dry on multiple occasions. This is undoubtedly the best 72 hour assault pack I have used and it is evident it was designed for the warfighter.
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Eberlestock HalfTrack backPack review by Andrew:
I bought this pack as a back up BOB. Within a few mins I started to fall in love. The Eberlestock HalfTrack Military Pack has tons of pockets, pouches, inside organizers, etc. The all around quality looked to be good so I loaded it up with roughly 50 pounds and tried it on. I was blown away. The fit was perfect and there are so many adjustments I would guess that almost anyone can find comfortable settings for their body type. I really could not believe how well the weight was distributed and comfortable the pack was. Within 15 minutes of getting it out of the box, I was repacking all supplies and making this my primary pack. I would highly recommend this pack.
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