Eberlestock Warhammer Review, Pros and Cons

Eberlestock Warhammer is rated 4.1 based on 46 reviews


Feature Summary


Eberlestock Warhammer Pack
  • Built around Eberlestock's innovative Intex-II frame, which gives the benefits of better body contour-fitting ergonomics, closer-to-body load carriage, and a bottom cargo shelf, in an intelligently designed package
  • Can be used as a great stand-alone pack, with ample 3-day-class storage and two pockets sized for 70 oz/ 2-liter hydration bladders (sold separately)
  • 1001 denier nylon exterior
  • To finish off your pack system, you can add any of Eberlestock weapons carriers
  • Total Volume: 2,050 c.i.; weight: 8 lbs 8 oz


Reviews Summary


Here’s what the reviewers think about the Eberlestock Warhammer:

Reviewers like these things about the Eberlestock Warhammer

  • A lot of users chose the bag for its excellent weight distribution and versatility.
  • Some users describe it as incredibly good, rare find and well-built and designed pack.
  • One reviewer who’ve used it for a backpacking trip loved how the metal frame distributes the weight so well that he barely noticed the weight.
  • One user dubbed it as one hell of a pack due to its huge capacity.
  • Some users have said it’s heavier than the average pack but the metal frame is worth it.
  • A number of users liked how the straps look light but incredibly strong and capable.
  • The design, materials and construction, comfort, capacity are cited as the main reasons for choosing this bag.
  • Other owners said it’s super comfy to wear and can transport very heavy loads.
  • A lot of users enjoy how they can both expand and compress it down depending on the need.
  • One user described it as an excellent go-to pack.
  • Other backpackers said it’s ideal for the bushwalker who is looking to put heavy equipment close to their center of gravity and the light stuff on the outside utilizing moll.
  • Many users said it’s a perfect combo pack as it allows them to carry essential gear at all times in a compact and extremely comfortable platform then place other gear in an extension pack such as the duffle.
  • Some hikers agreed it’s a little heavier than expected but functionality and durability outweighs the extra weight.
  • A certified landscape photographer and backpacker appreciates how it can carry all kinds of strange snapped and sized items with the compression straps and can be cinched down nicely and nothing moves, which makes it easy to carry.
  • Other users liked how it’s got good strong stitching, strong material, and built like a tank.
  • Alice frame, compression straps and strong zippers are also cited as some of the most favorite features of the bag.
  • One user dubbed it as a rugged pack with endless potential.
  • Some hikers and racers described it as tough as nails yet very adjustable.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • One user thought that although it’s a tough pack, he find it almost over-engineered.
  • Another user said the straps broke easily.

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