- Hydration packs with integrated back protection..whats good?
I just got a Scott FR 12 pack which gets mixed review in general. However, I bought it on sale for less than half RRP as around £100 for a bag for me is ridiculous. I like it and it’s got a backplate made up from D30 material which has seemed to help impacts when falling into my pack, also helps stop pumps in the bag digging in when riding or crashing. Also, it has a velcro waist strap as well as the normal strap which helps make it fit really securely.Posted 9 months agohonourablegeorgeMember
Evoc ones are really well made well laid out, mine is good as new after years of use , not a stitch out of place. And when I slammed the door of the car on the clasp and broke it they sent me one free.
All for nothing if they don’t fit you comfortably, but I’d strongly recommed them.Posted 9 months agooldfartSubscriber
Another vote for Evoc , I bought mine after a close shave riding in Madeira last year . Seems huge but it sits flatter on my back than my Camelbak did and therefore is super comfy . Only downside for me is the mahoosive waist strap seems a tad unnecessary? Can make it a bit sweaty in hot conditions but it wraps itself round you feeling real secure , nice confidence inspiring . Oh and a Camelbak bladder will fit .Posted 9 months ago
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