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Eberlestock F1 Mainframe Military Green

One of the primary base platforms for the EMODâ„¢ system with a constantly growing number of accessories. Build it up to be a multi-day expedition pack, or go in light so you can come out heavy.


 
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One of the primary base platforms for the EMOD™ system with a constantly growing number of accessories. Build it up to be a multi-day expedition pack, or go in light so you can come out heavy.

Tested to hold more than 700 lbs., this ultra-rugged frame utilizes YKK zippers to allow the attachment of a variety of packs and accessories to fit any backcountry hunt. The F1 Mainframe™ is fully adjustable and completely user configurable with endless combinations.

ULTRALIGHT SETUPS

  • The Vapor 2500, 5000, or 7500c.i. for any length adventure with ultra-light considerations.
  • Use 2 Batwings when you plan to go in light and come out heavy. Stay quick, light, and mobile with the Batwings. They are intuitive and make packing out meat simple.

MID-RANGE SETUPS

  • Pair with the Super Spike Duffel or Dry Bag with Batwings for a 2-4 day hunt. Pack all of your gear into the backcountry and when you reach camp and drop your gear, unzip the duffel or dry bag and hunt in your ultralight Batwing setup.
  • If you like the organization and function of a backpack, the new Vapor 5000 is the ideal choice for a 2-5 day trip. Allows for top-loading or front-loading access and use the Mainframe when it is time for some heavy lifting.

EXPEDITIONARY SETUPS

  • For a 5-10 hunt, use the new Vapor 7500. Pack all of your gear into the backcountry and when you reach camp and drop your gear, the Vapor series with collapse nicely against your frame to allow you to day hunt out of your camp.


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