Have bought a few Camelbak/Dakine/Deuter hydration packs over the years no real problems with any of them but I need a new one and thought about evoc.
Just wondered if anyone had one whaddyathinkaboutit etc
I dont need an all day pack just something for the essentials & 2/3 litres drink but if it could carry a ff and a bit of armour that would be a bonus
CheersPosted 5 years agogonzyMember
have you considered the camelbak havoc?Posted 5 years ago
i’ve had one for over 6 years and its in perfect condition considering the abuse its had. enough space for a 3 litre bladder, my tools, spare tubes, pump, food, clothes, first aid kit. on the outside the outer pocket easily carries a full face lid and there are straps on the bottom of the bag for your knee/shin guards.
I too have the 20L Freeride Trail and its great. The only thing I found is that they are quite narrow and long, this means that it has to sit on my back lower than my old dakine and I have the shoulder straps looser. This is because when I look up my helmet hits it and I find that annoying. It hasn’t caused any stability problems thanks to the massive waist band.Posted 5 years ago
Thought I would say that in my freeride trail I just managed to get 2 six packs of coke 2 big bottles of leffe and a bottle of wine. All that on top of a full 3l bladder. And there was still room for more! The bag was still stable and partially thanks to the back protector reasonably comfortable.Posted 5 years agofbkMember
I’ve got the 30L Freeride trail and love it. I tend to use my Lobo more as it’s a lot smaller but the Evoc just fits sooo much better. The waist strap holds everything much more securely, the pockets are really well thought out and the back protector is a great bonus too. Plus it’s designed to hold a full face helmet/armour externally via adjustable straps.
What’s not to like (except the price but I got it in a sale)?Posted 5 years ago
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