We get our kicks from long rides, exploring trails we haven't ridden before, pushing up grueling switchbacks, and bombing down rolling singletrack, but there's no arguing that longer rides call for more gear. A couple spare tubes, a jacket for rain, multi-tool, pump, derailleur hanger, snacks -- it all adds up, and your little 3-liter hydration pack might try its best, but it's starting to burst at the seams, so load up the EVOC CC 16L Plus 2L Bladder Hydration Pack. The CC 16L is prepared for just about anything, with three large compartments to organize your gear, and a 2-liter hydration bladder to keep you from getting parched on the trail. It's PU-coated ripstop nylon construction holds up to abuse from the trail, while shedding rain to keep its contents dry while you hunker down to wait out a downpour. When you saddle up again and carry up the last punch of your climb you'll appreciate EVOC's Air Pad system, which combines plush padding and huge air channels that keep cool air moving against your skin, so you don't get too bogged down and sweaty. The shoulder straps are adjustable in length, with auto-adjusting brace-link that bends left to right to find the perfect spot on your back. To stabilize the bag, the front features both a chest strap and a mesh waist belt, keeping things locked into place while keeping you comfortable.
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