Letting it rip on technical trails sure is fun--until you catch too much air, only to fly over the bars and smack the ground with a resounding thud. Reinforce the sensitive regions of your back from nasty spills and trail mishaps with the CE Level II back protector of the CamelBak T. O. R. O. Protector 14L Pack. This low-profile back protector is integrated directly into the back panel, conforming to your every move with its flexible, ventilated foam. It only makes its presence know by absorbing crushing impacts when you fly off your bike and land in the bushes or smack a branch along the way. It comes with a 3-liter Crux Reservoir, which gives you plenty of water for longer rides spanning over twenty miles and sweltering-hot conditions where dehydration is usually inevitable. Plenty of organization inside the main compartment and front-panel pocket allows you to store all your energy bars, smartphone/electronic gadgets, essential repair tools, and spare tubes. Ventilated shoulder straps provide a snug fit with dual sternum straps and a buckled hip belt for even greater security on your bike. Additionally, you'll find external carry options for your trail helmet and body armor, such as knee and elbow pads.
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