Evoc 3L Hip Pack with 1.5L Bladder

Evoc 3L Hip Pack with 1.5L Bladder
Evoc 3L Hip Pack with 1.5L Bladder
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3L Hip Pack with 1.5L Bladder by Evoc
Give the backpack the ol' hip-check and hit a quick lap with the Evoc 3L Hip Pack. The Hip Pack is designed not only to get your gear lower on the bike for better handling but also to keep your back from getting swampy under the summer sun. Adjust the Venti Flap system to add even more ventilation and precision fitting, and take a sip from the on-board 1. 5-liter hydro-reservoir to keep up on hydration and cooler core temperatures. Evoc outfitted the Hip Pack with a top zippered compartment for the reservoir and side hip pockets for snacks and valuables. Out front (or we guess, out rear), you've got the zipper tool pouch, which holds essential repair items to ensure you get home from trailside repairs and flats. Internal mesh compartments keep the tools organized and stable.

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SKU: EVCM003
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