Eberlestock J107M Dragonfly Backpack
SKU #: Eberlestock-J107M
The Dragonfly has a huge range of adjustability, and more patented and proprietary features than any pack made. A full slate of premium features includes a nicely structured frame which makes a very stable load bearing platform, a fully adjustable shoulder harness, and pull-off hydration compatible Fanny-Top go bag. If you need a pack that is scalable for multiple missions, you should consider a Dragonfly.
The J107M differs from the J107H in that it has a solid front in place of the "H" model's mesh, and it has a wider "BigMouth" scabbard which is suitable for larger format bolt-action sniper rifles and most AR-10 type configurations.
Optional accessories that will allow you to increase its capacity are the J2SD Spike Camp Duffel (adds 2500 cubic inches), or J3SD Super Spike Duffel (adds 2900 cubic inches).
The J107 is now available in two frame types: The legacy version, with a classic but effective "Intex" suspension system comprised of a plastic framesheet complimented by internal aluminum stays, or the newer "Intex II" tubular aluminum perimeter frame.
100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
By Remington Wiater
June 24, 2016
New favorite backpack
I was on the fence about this backpack for a very long time. After reading countless reviews and watching as many videos on the backup I decided to use my LAPG loyalty coupon and pulled the trigger. Backpack took about three weeks from time of purchase to arrival (It was backordered so I expected a wait) Upon arrival I inspected the backpack and was blown away by the quality of the item. Every MOLLE area was double and some times triple stitched. Key areas were reinforced with stronger thicker fabric, everything about the unit is very well put together. The meshing material has a nice rubberized feeling to it and the padding on the lumbar is outstanding. The adjustment straps can be pulled from the top and the bottom, allowing the unit to nearly perfectly form to the back. Unzipping the backpack and expanding the center pouch gives the unit a lot of space. The hydration bladder side pockets work well and counter balance the weight of a rifle on the other side. My Mossberg MVP LC fits very well in the scabbard with its GG&G bipod attached. Loaded with about 40 pounds of weight proved to be no issue what so ever. The only thing I can think I would change would be the carry handle at the top of the bag. It is not as robust as I would like and could make donning the backpack with a lot of weight a challenge.
2 Questions & 2 Answers
from Phoenix, AZ asked:
August 14, 2017
Does this model come with the new INTEX II tubular frame?
Yes this does come with the Intex II, I have updated the item page which you should be able to see tonight.
on August 14, 2017
August 15, 2013
Does the Dragonfly come with a rifle butt cover, if not, how much? Also, do you have the spike camp duffel to expand the storage space on it and how much is it?
The Dragonfly does not come with the butt stock cover. We currently do not have the butt stock cover or the Spike Camp Duffel on our website, but we can get both items added for you. Please check our website later tonight and the items will be there!
on August 15, 2013
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