Evoc Hip Pack 3L + 1.5L Bladder Hydration Pack

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Description

The Evoc Hip Pack 3L is a great option for riders that don't need tonnes of carrying capacity. With 3L of storage and a handy ventilated back panel, it will make sure you stay cool while still being able to carry all your essentials. The best thing about it? The Venti Flap system allows you to easily adjust how close the bag sits on your back. On long grinding climbs, you can let it out for maximum airflow, when you are ready to send it, cinch it up so it sits tightly in place. 

Who's this item for: Any riders after a minimal hip pack that has some great features and an included water bladder.

Strap Style: Bumbag or fanny pack style strap system.

Materials: Made with a combination of N210/D Ripstop, PU Coated, P200/D, AirMesh, EVA, Darlington Mesh.

Hydration bladder capacity: Comes with a 1.5L hydration bladder.

Helmet carry: Does not come with a helmet carrier. 

Internal organiser pockets: Has one main pocket with a separate bladder pouch and a quick access tool pocket.

Dimensions and Weight: The dimensions are 28 x 18 x 8cm and it weighs 350gm alone or 480gm with the bladder.

Pros: It's compact and is perfect for shorter rides such as after work or school. The Venti Flap allows you to easily adjust the closeness of the bag to your back for maximum cooling.

Cons: It won't fit a whole lot other than the essentials, if your the type of rider who likes to take a lot of tools or snacks with you, you might need to get something slightly bigger.

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A great pack, if a little snug

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Purchased this pack for those rides where I needed a bit more water than a bottle carries, a bit more storage for food/gels, but didn’t want to run a backpack.
This fits the bill perfectly! Very comfy, doesn’t fly around all over the place. The hose for the 1.5L bladder clips on the left side of the pack with a strong magnet that has yet to come loose.
My only word of warning - I hover around 88kg, rock a bit of a dad bod and fit (snuggly) size 34 Levi’s; the strap for this pack, on me, is out as far as it can go and it’s snug, to the point I was worried it wouldn’t fit.
Thankfully it does because this is a great piece of kit.

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A great pack, if a little snug

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Purchased this pack for those rides where I needed a bit more water than a bottle carries, a bit more storage for food/gels, but didn’t want to run a backpack.
This fits the bill perfectly! Very comfy, doesn’t fly around all over the place. The hose for the 1.5L bladder clips on the left side of the pack with a strong magnet that has yet to come loose.
My only word of warning - I hover around 88kg, rock a bit of a dad bod and fit (snuggly) size 34 Levi’s; the strap for this pack, on me, is out as far as it can go and it’s snug, to the point I was worried it wouldn’t fit.
Thankfully it does because this is a great piece of kit.

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