Dakine Shuttle Women's Hydration Pack

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The Dakine Shuttle Women's Hydration Pack is just the right size for those longer rides or backcountry adventures where you need to carry more gear than you can fit into your pockets. The pack has a women's specific fit, a 2L Hydrapak reservoir, breathable Air Flow back panel, plenty of internal organiser pockets including a fleece-lined sunglass pocket, and a rescue whistle integrated into the sternum strap.

Who's this item for: Female riders looking for a well thought out pack that is tailored to female body shapes and has just the right amount of bells and whistles (literally).

Strap Style: Adjustable shoulder straps with sternum and waist straps to help secure your load. The sternum strap buckle also has a rescue whistle integrated into it.

Materials: 100% Nylon shell, 100% Polyester liner.

Hydration bladder capacity / Bladder style / Valve style: 2L Hydrapak reservoir with Phaser high-flow bite valve.

Helmet carry: This bag has no dedicated helmet carrying function.

Internal organiser pockets: There is a fleece-lined sunglass pocket and internal organisers to help you stow those small essential items.
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