Recomend me an 18 / 20 litre hydration pack.

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  • Recomend me an 18 / 20 litre hydration pack.
  • Looking for a new pack to replace my very ageing Bergaus pack. Its been very good holds loads of stuff with seperate compartment for tools etc.
    What I would like is 18 litre capacity / 3 litre bladder nice wide waist strap with the pockets at the end for camera etc. Different compartments for tools dry cloths etc.
    Thinking of a Camel back Hawg A lezyne Adroit etc. Open to other brands.
    Any recomendations?

    Hawgs are great.

    Premier Icon takisawa2
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    When I first read the title I thought christ, that’s a lot of water to carry.

    rwc03
    Member

    Osprey raptor?

    Looked at the osprey packs in a local shop and thought they didnt have many seperate pockets etc.

    MarkyG82
    Member

    I use a berghaus freeflow for my big pack. Like yours has lasted a while and wouldn’t hesitate replacing it like for like. Unfortunately it doesn’t cover all of your requirements so I’ll shut up now 🙂

    Neil F
    Member

    Ospreys are good, my riding buddy has one.
    I use a Salomon XA20 with a 2 or 3 litre bladder when I need to carry more stuff. In fact I used this for a 3 day West Highland Way bike trip in May and it was superb.
    http://www.wiggle.co.uk/salomon-xa-20-backpack/

    Salomon pack looks good.

    jamiec360
    Member

    I’ve got a cracking Halti day sack I got skiing in Finland has an elastic acted section across the inside of the back of the pack that takes the antidote bladder from my mule and a headphone flap (not one of the plastic grommet things) I can feed the tube through works a treat if I need a bit more space.

    That said I can normally get everything I need in my mule anyway.

    Cheers for the info, I have an original mule that I use sometimes but find it too small for a (wet) day out in the lakes. Ends up stuffed like a balloon! The Big old Berghaus is much better for size. I do like some of the features of the Osprey packs just thought it lacked internal dividers / pockets.

    Premier Icon deadkenny
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    When I first read the title I thought christ, that’s a lot of water to carry.

    Likewise 😯

    But yeah, HAWG. Holds 3 litres water, tools, pump, small top and I can get an SLR camera in there!

    No idea how much litreage of storage that is though.

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