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Dakine Hot Laps 5L Hydration Hip Pack

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Description

The Dakine Hot Laps 5L Pack is designed to carry all of your essentials at the bike park or smashing singletrack loops. It's big enough for a spare tube, mini-pump, tyre levers and mini-tools, snacks, smartphone, and a 2L Hydrapak reservoir. Perfect for those who want to avoid "sweaty back syndrome", yet still carry everything they need!

Features:

  • 2L Hydrapak reservoir included.
  • Phaser bite valve.
  • Magnetic buckle auto-locates hydration hose.
  • Breathable airflow back panel.
  • Internal organiser pockets.
  • External attachment straps.
  • Side compression.
  • Safety light attachment.
  • Dimensions: 30.5 cm x 17.7 cm x 11.5 cm.
  • Weight: 454 grams.

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4.8

No more sweaty back

by

This bum bag fits a surprising amount of stuff in it. Even with 2l of water, a spare tube, multi tool, phone, wallet, CO2 bulbs, keys and snacks, there's room for my goggles.
This pack eliminates the sweaty back I get from using a backpack.

With 2l of water the pack is pretty heavy on your lower back. Also compared to a good backpack like my USWE Ranger 9, the bum bag has a fair amount of vertical movement over jumps and drops. It only has single side tightening on the waist buckle, so it can be hard to get tight enough.

Excellent alternative to a backpack

by

Excellent alternative to a backpack. Cooler, more comfortable, big enough and at least as stable. Love it!

Fanny packs rule🤘

by

The 90's were cool but not as cool as this sick fanny pack that's holds more than just whizz fizz and fads also small trail tools fits a spare tube, pump and all with 2 litres on board. And no sweaty fn back anymore... 5 stars

Dakine Hotlap 5L Hydration Hip Pack

by -

Overall it is by far one of my favourite hydration packs, having it on your hips keeps your centre of gravity nice and low which is nice for aggressive riding and hitting jumps, your barely notice the pack at all and it is amazing for long enduro rides even thought it is only a hip pack.

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No more sweaty back

by

This bum bag fits a surprising amount of stuff in it. Even with 2l of water, a spare tube, multi tool, phone, wallet, CO2 bulbs, keys and snacks, there's room for my goggles.
This pack eliminates the sweaty back I get from using a backpack.

With 2l of water the pack is pretty heavy on your lower back. Also compared to a good backpack like my USWE Ranger 9, the bum bag has a fair amount of vertical movement over jumps and drops. It only has single side tightening on the waist buckle, so it can be hard to get tight enough.

Excellent alternative to a backpack

by

Excellent alternative to a backpack. Cooler, more comfortable, big enough and at least as stable. Love it!

Fanny packs rule🤘

by

The 90's were cool but not as cool as this sick fanny pack that's holds more than just whizz fizz and fads also small trail tools fits a spare tube, pump and all with 2 litres on board. And no sweaty fn back anymore... 5 stars

Dakine Hotlap 5L Hydration Hip Pack

by -

Overall it is by far one of my favourite hydration packs, having it on your hips keeps your centre of gravity nice and low which is nice for aggressive riding and hitting jumps, your barely notice the pack at all and it is amazing for long enduro rides even thought it is only a hip pack.

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Dakine Hot Laps 5L Hydration Hip PackDKNHTLPS5LPCK
Ashcroft Camo - 5L610934326321
Black - 5L610934214918
Cyan Scribble - 5L610934326345
Lead Blue - 5L610934326338

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