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Scott Trail Rocket FR 12 Pack

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Product description

Ride any trail, on any mountain with the SCOTT Trail Rocket FR 12 Pack! Featuring our 3D shaped moisture managing back panel and a new, very comfortable wide hipbelt designed to move with your body, you can truly become one with your pack. The pack features an integrated tool pocket as well as a carrying system for both full face and traditional helmets.

Specs:

Construction:
  • H/T 210D Nylon Double R/S (W/R)
Approx. weight
  • 675g
Features:
  • 3D shaped moisture management back panel
  • XC & Fullface Helmet carrier clip
  • Integrated tool pocket
  • Separate hydration bladder pocket
  • Side compression straps
  • Reflective logo prints
  • Sunglasses loop
  • Emergency print with safety instructions
  • Foldable stretch side pockets
  • Keyholder
Volume:
  • 12 Litres
Composition:
  • Shell Fabric: 100% PA
  • Lining: 100% PES
Dimension:
  • Height: 50cm
  • Width: 28cm
  • Depth: 12cm

Scott Trail Rocket FR 12 Pack Reviews

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Overall Rating:
5
out of 5
5.00
Build Quality
5.00
Performance
5
Value For Money
5.00

Customer Reviews (1)

5
Excellent small daypack

I got this as a replacement for a Berghaus Bladdered that I bought years ago. I couldn't find anything else at a reasonable price (under £90). It's a little wider than the Bladdered but is equally, if not more comfortable to wear. The hip belt makes it feel very stable. The many pockets are really useful, including the dedicated bladder pocket which is the one closest to your back. It has plastic clip on the left shoulder strap to hold the hydration bladder drinking tube in place. I would have preferred this to be in the right myself, but that's a really minor niggle. The pack is very light and has compression straps so that you can keep the weight as close as possible to your back, even when you've stuffed quite a bit in. Can't comment on robustness as I've only really used it a couple of times, but it seems like it'll do fine in use. Not sure how generally abrasion resistant the material is as it's quite thin. Time will tell... Overall, I'm really happy with the pack - particularly at the current Tredz £30 reduced price!

I got this as a replacement for a Berghaus Bladdered that I bought years ago. I couldn't find anything else at a reasonable price (under £90). It's a little wider than the Bladdered but is equally, if not more comfortable to wear. The hip belt makes it feel very stable. The many pockets are really useful, including the dedicated bladder pocket which is the one closest to your back. It has plastic clip on the left shoulder strap to hold the hydration bladder drinking tube in place. I would have preferred this to be in the right myself, but that's a really minor niggle. The pack is very light and has compression straps so that you can keep the weight as close as possible to your back, even when you've stuffed quite a bit in. Can't comment on robustness as I've only really used it a couple of times, but it seems like it'll do fine in use. Not sure how generally abrasion resistant the material is as it's quite thin. Time will tell... Overall, I'm really happy with the pack - particularly at the current Tredz £30 reduced price!

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5