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Evoc Race 3L Hip Pack + 1.5L Bladder 2017

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Product description

Offering optimised back ventilation, the Hip Pack Race 3L is perfect for bike rides with little equipment. Thanks to the Venti Flap system you can individually adjust the distance to your back, and with that, the ventilation along the back panel.

Key Features:
  • Air Flow Contact System offers perfect back ventilation
  • Accommodates hydration systems up to 1,5L
  • Tool compartment (separate, quick-access)
  • 3L, 350 g + 130 g Bladder, 28 x 18 x 8 cm
  • 1.5L Hydration Bladder 
  • N210/D Ripstop, PU Coated, P200/D, Air
  • Mesh, EVA, Darlington Mesh
  • Bottle Holder
  • Cellphone-Pocket
  • Hipbelt Pouch
  • Hydration Clip
  • Hydration System
  • Key holder
  • Magnetic Clip
  • Nutrition Compartment
  • Venti Flap
  • Tool Compartment

Evoc Race 3L Hip Pack + 1.5L Bladder 2017 Reviews

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Overall Rating:
3.7
out of 5
3.66
Build Quality
4.00
Performance
4
Value For Money
3.50

Customer Reviews (1)

4
Just about the perfect size

Plenty of space for a mini pimp, spare tube, tyre levers, keys, phone and a Clif bar. If you took the bladder out and carried a bottle (there's a specific space for one) then you could carry a light jacket too. Really useful. One point; try as I may, I can't get the pack to fit on my hips and the small of my back. My middle-age spread pushes the pack down a couple of inches so that it catches on the nose of my saddle when pushing off from a standing start. I've tried cinching it up really tight, but the straps always loosen off somewhat after a minute or two, Annoying, but not the end of the world. If you use the bladder, you will find yourself dropping your head to reach the bite valve which makes drinking while riding a little dangerous.

Plenty of space for a mini pimp, spare tube, tyre levers, keys, phone and a Clif bar. If you took the bladder out and carried a bottle (there's a specific space for one) then you could carry a light jacket too. Really useful. One point; try as I may, I can't get the pack to fit on my hips and the small of my back. My middle-age spread pushes the pack down a couple of inches so that it catches on the nose of my saddle when pushing off from a standing start. I've tried cinching it up really tight, but the straps always loosen off somewhat after a minute or two, Annoying, but not the end of the world. If you use the bladder, you will find yourself dropping your head to reach the bite valve which makes drinking while riding a little dangerous.

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3.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 3.5/5
Value For Money: 3.5/5