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The Eberlestock X2 includes a tough, lightweight tubular aluminum frame, longer pads on the waist belt, and bigger, more accessible pockets built into the belt.
Eberlestock developed the x-type backpacks to answer the call for lightweight, high quality, ultra-versatile hunting packs. They focused on the essentials to give you some lean, mean, hunting machines. The X2 is a tough little pack with big pack features like oversized compression straps for lashing on a heavy load, dual hydration compartments, and Quick-access pockets for spotting scopes and tripods.
This pack was always in a class of its own, and now we've taken it even further into the realm of the unbeatable.
Weight 4lbs 8oz, Capacity 1830 cu inches.
Major features include:
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Posted by Scott K on 7th Sep 2015
I used this pack for the 2015 elk opener and was wondering how much weight it could handle. Chad was sure it could handle an elk quarter. As usual, he was correct. I was fortunate enough to harvest a bull and had to pack it about 1.5 miles back to the road. I used the X2 to carry a hind quarter, in addition to my regular pack contents, for the first trip out. The pack performed extremely well with that much weight and suffered no damage. I did switch to my Dragonfly for the rest of the meat hauling since I had it in the rig. But the X2 proved up to the task. I'm very impressed. As always, thanks Chad for knowing what you carry.
Posted by Jon Wooten on 24th Feb 2014
The X2 pack is the perfect size for day pack missions and venison hauling!
Posted by steve on 9th Dec 2013
This my first high end pack and overall I love it. The quality of construction seems top notch. Quality materials. The design and layout of the pack is great I wouldn't change a thing. I've never had this much room and orginazation. The pack works for you. I give it a four only because I don't really see that load straps do a whole lot. Maybe I not using them correctly. Never had them before. The sternum strap seems a little high also. It would nice to to have some instruction on fitting it correctly. You tube is of an older model that hade removeable alum. Stays instead on the tubing frame. Not uncomfortable , but This is my first high end pack and overall I love it. The quality of construction seems top notch. Quality materials. The design and layout of the pack is great I wouldn't change a thing. I've never had this much room and orginazation. The pack works for you. It would nice to to have some instruction on fitting it correctly.
Posted by Terry on 27th Oct 2013
Excellent comfort and versatility for a day pack. Easily controls boned out meat in a game bag. Able to carry 90 pounds of meat out on the first trip in surprising comfort. Left the pack frame in the truck and went back for more with the Eberlestock X2.
Posted by Deano on 29th Sep 2013
This is a great day pack, can be packed light and can carry a bunch of weight. Great access to bladders, and hip pockets a great for calls, snacks etc.
I used to have the X1A but felt it was a bit bulky, this pack feels great and has good balance.
Go with Linton, these guys are great and have a wealth of information to share!
Posted by Tyler on 4th Jul 2013
This is the best and most used pack I own!
I put a TON of miles on this pack last year from Sept elk all the way to Wolves & Coyotes in the spring. I used it for day hunts, 2 night bivy hunts and several pack outs, the X2 never missed a beat!
The "bat wing" pockets are great for Hydration bladders or optics. I also used the Eberlestock scabbard with this pack a lot and it fit very secure. The abundant molle webbing is also great for strapping gear and odds and ends on the outside of the pack when you need to.
I would really recommend this pack for anyone, it definitely won't disappoint especially at under $200! The X2 is in a class of its own in my opinion!
Posted by Glenn on 15th May 2013
This is the third Eberlestock pack I've purchased and it may fit and carry better than my J34 & mini-me! This is substantiated by the fact that is on backorder everywhere and I was lucky that Linton Outdoors had one last pack in stock!
Now that I'm a senior citizen, I need a pack to carry my stuff but still let me get some of the animal out on the way back to camp. 50-60lbs. a load is enough nowadays and this pack can do it, easily!
Linton is superb with their customer care service! They know how to run a business and understand Sportsmen!!
Posted by Nick Epler on 8th Nov 2012
I purchased the X2 from Linton Outdoors before archery season and was not only impressed by the pack, but the outstanding customer service and product knowledge Mr. Linton had to offer. Upon arrival the pack met all my needs. A week after purchasing the X2 I used it on a successful elk hunt and put it to the test. I packed out a hind quarter over 2 miles to camp before getting the pack boards to finish the job. This is a very capable day pack and can do more if needed!
Posted by Robert Gonzales on 16th Oct 2012
got the X2 pack in august for my Nevada mule deer hunt in October,started to use it just hiking the small hills around my neighborhood liked how it felt. I also purchased the rifle scabboard too. hunt time arrives, loaded the pack and thought got plently of room,started the hike out to hunt and knew right away the tubelar frame was the right thing,started side hill hiking and the pack stayed in position no shifting around on your back important when your hiking mountains at 8200 ft to 8900 ft elevation. My friend also liked the side pockets for easy access to the spotting scope,(he would have to unload his pack and dig out his scope) the pack handled the meat load (40 lbs) plus gear with no problem.This pack was one of best purchases I've made,would reccomend the X2. (P.S. If you want great customer service Buy it from Linton Outdoors. Mr. Linton the lady that took my order over the phone is a asset to your company. thanks again.)
Posted by John Gregory on 15th Sep 2012
I was looking for a scouting pack, nothing to carry heavy loads, but something what would handle a spotting scope, tripod, water, lunch and maybe a down vest or jacket. I probably looked at 15 different packs from multiple makers and the X2 came closest to covering all my bases. It has a lot of flexibility in the way it's used and seems to have adequate adjustments as to fit.
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