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  • Premier Icon jam bo
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    rudedog
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    Osprey Zealot? CRC have the 10L for £55

    I have the raptor and have found it to be a brilliant piece of kit.

    Premier Icon fathomer
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    In true STW spirit I’m going to recommend what I have…..

    Osprey, I’ve got a Raptor 10 and it’s ace but from what I can gather there all good.

    zerocool
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    Right my both my old Fox oasis and Dakine Apex packs are coming to the end of their long (well used & abused) lives and I’m thinking of replacing them both with something in between.
    It definitely needs to take a 2 – 3l bladder, be able to carry my XC or Full face lid, and fit a few small tools, spares, snacks, light thermal or scrunched up jacket for a days riding. And have separate compartments so everything isn’t crammed into 1 large area.
    Another requirement that would be nice, but not essential is some way to secure kneepads to it as well.

    Any recommendations?

    andyrm
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    This is what I have – like an Evoc 16l with full face capability etc, but the Shimano/parachute style straps. Really secure, very comfortable too:

    http://www.decathlon.co.uk/hydration-backpack-900-id_8300160.html

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