Eberlestock J107 Dragonfly Pack

Priced: $399.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Eberlestock J107 Dragonfly Pack -
The versatility of this rugged pack is nothing short of spectacular. Built on Eberlestock’s "Go in light, come out heavy" concept, with one zipper the Dragonfly converts from a 2,900-cu-in. day pack to a 4,500-cu.-in. hauling specialist. The exterior is super-tough, supple, and water-resistant NT-1 microfleece that’s quiet in any weather. There’s an integrated gun scabbard for a rifle that can be tucked away when not in use. The pack can also be configured to carry a bow. A fully molded back panel, special load-supporting flex chassis, dual aluminum stays and load-lifter straps help support and stabilize heavy loads. Horizontal and vertical straps combine to hold the load close to your body for stability. The breathable padded mesh back panel promotes ventilation. A fully adjustable torso ensures a comfortable, custom fit. Side pockets are large enough for a spotting scope and tripod. The removable top lid converts to a hydration compatible lumbar pack, and the main compartment is also hydration compatible (bladders not included). Configures for bow carry. Imported.
Carry weight: 9 lbs. 6 oz.
Camo pattern: Western.
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Eberlestock J107 Dragonfly Pack Reviews:

Positive Reviews:


truly the greatest pack available. After packing out 2 bulls, 1 bear, and 1 deer I am completely satisfied. It took multiple trips to get the aluminum stays were i wanted them but what a difference it is when you find the sweet spot. the width of the pack requires a good rifle sling to stay on your shoulder and it could use a couple hip pouches built in but those are about my only complaints. I have yet to search for room in this thing. I tried everything from the X1A1 to an array of mystery ranch packs and decided to go with the J107 Dragonfly. Best decision i ever made.
stickhunter3006 at Cabelas on 06/05/2013

Great Pack

The pack is a little heavy, but it is worth the added insurance that it won't fail you in the high country. This month I packed out a bull elk 9 miles to the truck and a mule deer 1.35 miles. Both times the pack was well over 80 pounds and no doubt could have taken on more.
Yes, it is heavy and there are lighter packs, but none that "I think" you can rely on as much as this one.
Jaydan at Cabelas on 10/30/2013

very good pack

I am an experiences ed back country hunter and have and used many top quality packs. In my opinion there is no perfect pack. That said this pack is good. I have haled three elk and two dear out on this pack and have had no problem with it. I have put elk quarters on my back with gear and this pack has haled up. It is the most comfortable pack for haling heave loads that I have used.
CaptainAbb at Cabelas on 02/05/2012

Negative Reviews:

Not as good as expected for carrying a load

I first have to say that this pack is top notch quality and has great features, including the rifle holster. My last test before deciding if I should keep this was to test it with a load and compare it with my large internal frame backpack that I know will carry a load comfortably. I put a similar load of 100 lbs in each pack and then tested them through various hiking conditions. My immediate reaction was this pack was pulling me over backwards much more so than with my old internal frame pack. I tried to use the various compression straps to pull the load in as close to my back as possible but still was having the balance problem. I think the problem is that the J107 is just carrying the load too low and a little further from your back due to the rifle holster. For me this was not an insignificant issue because I'm planning to use this to carry some heavy loads for miles over difficult terrain. I think the balance problem will cause me stability issues and will cause back pain from having to lean so far foward to keep things in balance. I really wanted to love this pack and obviously it is working well for some people but not for me.
HopelesslyLost at Cabelas on 05/08/2013