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Springer

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Eberlestock Pack
« on: April 18, 2012, 08:50:34 AM »
Well it was Christmas come early yesterday for me when i got my postal notice that my package had arrived !!! So of to pick it up i went.
I was doing some research on costs to order one vs buying one here in town. The stores i hit up and one from G.P that was at the Edmonton sportsmen show told me that i would be charged a rediculous amount on Duty...
With a little surfing i still ordered one from a supplier out of Idaho. They covered the shipping. All i paid was $32 which included GST and handing fee. I figure i saved at least $125 .

I am totally impressed with how expandable it can become . I ordered 3 extra pieces with it as well.
Now to figure out what i will put in each pocket.
My only doubts on the pack is the comfort of the waist strap over a long period. Not as much support as i am used to with my Arcteryx.

Anyone have any tips and tricks on how others utilize the space and pockets on your Eberle pack??


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Re: Eberlestock Pack
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2012, 03:32:02 PM »
Springer can you post the site where you bought your pack from i would appreciate it as i am looking for one too.

sheepguide

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Re: Eberlestock Pack
« Reply #2 on: April 18, 2012, 07:29:23 PM »
Well it was Christmas come early yesterday for me when i got my postal notice that my package had arrived !!! So of to pick it up i went.
I was doing some research on costs to order one vs buying one here in town. The stores i hit up and one from G.P that was at the Edmonton sportsmen show told me that i would be charged a rediculous amount on Duty...
With a little surfing i still ordered one from a supplier out of Idaho. They covered the shipping. All i paid was $32 which included GST and handing fee. I figure i saved at least $125 .

I am totally impressed with how expandable it can become . I ordered 3 extra pieces with it as well.
Now to figure out what i will put in each pocket.
My only doubts on the pack is the comfort of the waist strap over a long period. Not as much support as i am used to with my Arcteryx.

Anyone have any tips and tricks on how others utilize the space and pockets on your Eberle pack??

PM me what you paid Phil. Curious what you got it for as mine was right on the same price as ordering it right from Eberlestock.
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Springer

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Re: Eberlestock Pack
« Reply #3 on: April 18, 2012, 08:14:10 PM »
Springer can you post the site where you bought your pack from i would appreciate it as i am looking for one too.

Paul hope you dont mind me posting for someone who is not a sponsor.....

The supplier was www.highmountainoutfitters.com

I went with the new Rock Veil camo and got the 3 litre bladder, zip in panel and the super spike duffel.