Eberlestock Halftrack Backpack
Eberlestock Halftrack Backpack
Eberlestock Halftrack Backpack
Eberlestock Halftrack Backpack
Eberlestock Halftrack Backpack
Eberlestock Halftrack Backpack
Eberlestock Halftrack Backpack

Eberlestock Halftrack Backpack

SKU #: Eberlestock-F3
The Halftrack pack, like its World War II namesake, was inspired by necessity. The needs are fairly straightforward: carry heavy stuff, and make the thing that does it easy to use. The halftrack vehicle-type was developed because it could carry heavy stuff, like anti-aircraft guns, and yet it was easy enough to drive that you could turn any knucklehead with a driver's license loose with it.

Our Halftrack, we're proud to say, continues in this tradition. It's well-laid out. Tough. PALS webbing all over the place. Filled with easy access pockets. And, combined with our patent-pending Ripcord Gun Carry System, it'll carry a heavy weapon aft of your shoulders, so you'll be more mobile. But what will surprise you is that you can get the gun off of your back while wearing the pack.

We do, however, depart from the old halftrack in one essential way. Our pack is quiet, and made for comfort as much as anything else, because we know what it's like to live out of a backpack.

The new Halftrack pack is the sister to the Phantom sniper pack, and is built from the same pattern. It's a front-loader, with two levels of varying-sized tuck-pockets lining its interior, PALS racks inside and out, and a fold-down shelf that can be used to divide the main compartment into upper and lower chambers. It will carry two 3-liter hydration kits, mounted in side pockets.

Features a longer waistbelt, with a 5 x 3 PALS matrix on each side.

We are confident that you will appreciate the quality and level of detail in this product.

Well, we told you it was comfortable. The Halftrack has our unique, hand-sewn support, padding, and ventilation system. You'll need to try one on to find out why so many people tell us that our packs are the most comfortable they've ever worn. The pack has a plastic framesheet, which works in combination with the harness and padding to provide you with plenty of support for carrying loads. We intentionally do not install metal stays in the pack, as it's meant to be supple, and less metal might just mean less shrapnel at some point in the field.

The Halftrack includes a lightweight pull-out rain cover, which stows in a pocket on the bottom of the main compartment. It can be used to cover the pack, and will even go over a weapon that's being carried.

Just in - The new Eberlestock Unicam camo pattern. This new pattern is meant to be used with Multicam pattern.

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By Chris
Orem, UT
April 15, 2016
Best backpack I've ever had
I absolutely love this bag. Perfect for backpacking and travel. Fits perfectly in the overhead bin. Not really much more I could ask for.
ProsBig, but not too big
ConsNone yet
By Will
edmonton AB
August 18, 2013
Halftrack Pack
Tough pack, all stitching is bonbproof. Never a rip or tear. great for a edc backpack. comfy, I will never NOT buy Eberlestock, got me out of some pretty shitty situations.
6 Questions & 6 Answers
from Arkansas asked:
June 27, 2016
What are the dimensions for the Halftrack ?
1 Answers
Dimensions: 24"h x 11"w x 7"d
Customer Service
on June 28, 2016

from New York asked:
September 30, 2015
Are there dividers in the main compartment?
1 Answers
Yes, there is a divider in the middle of the main compartment that you can utilize by attaching it to velcro on the inside, or you can just flip it up if you decide not to use it. If you search "Eberlestock Halfrack Backpack" on youtube, there are a few people that have done reviews on this bag that will demonstrate better what I am referring to.
Customer Service
on October 2, 2015

from Austria asked:
April 9, 2015
Is the color option F3MU: Unicam Digital the "old" Unicam or Unicam II?
1 Answers
This would be in the Unicam II
Customer Service
on April 16, 2015

from Seattle asked:
March 15, 2015
Can the side tunnel pockets hold a tactical rifle or shotgun?
1 Answers
we do feel that the side tunnel pockets would be a bit to small for a shotgun or rifle and would not secure correctly. as well the weight distribution would be thrown off and cause the pack to weigh more on one side.
Customer Service
on March 16, 2015

from Birmingham, Alabama asked:
April 19, 2014
How many cubic inches is it?
1 Answers
this item is 3080 Cubic inches
Customer Service
on April 21, 2014

from Craig Colorado asked:
February 22, 2014
where is it made?
1 Answers
Not 100% positive on this, but most Eberlestock bags and packs are made in Vietnam.
Customer Service
on February 23, 2014

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