Scott Pack Trail Pro TR' 6 Hydration Backpack

Scott Pack Trail Pro TR' 6 Hydration Backpack
Scott Pack Trail Pro TR' 6 Hydration Backpack
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Pack Trail Pro TR' 6 Hydration Backpack by Scott
Just because you want to save weight, doesn't mean you're keen on forgoing necessary features, especially when your adventure entails a 30-mile run through the wilderness. Case in point, the Scott Pack Trail Pro TR' 6 Hydration Pack simply won't ask you to skip the essentials and bring the bare minimum, after all all you have to do is look at the sheer amount of pockets. So, not only does the Pack Trail Pro 6 feature a bevy of zippered and stretch mesh pockets for ample storage (read: vittles, electrolytes, and so on), but it also is endowed with two Hydrapak soft flasks for on-the-go hydration as you run. Additionally, the TR 6 has a slip-in pocket that's hydration bladder compatible, so you're able to bring extra water along should your run (or four-legged friends) require it. Durable materials lend years of use and withstand wear-and-tear, and the adjustable fit system provides a personalized feel every time you throw on the vest.

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SKU: SCO00O9
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